Oldie But Goodie Quickie Review: DermaFreeze365 Instant Anti-aging Eye Cream

From time to time, I rediscover brands and products that I used back in the day. I think it’s fun to try them again and see if they stand the test of time.

DermaFreeze365 Instant Anti-aging Eye Cream is a product that I buy once in a blue moon at Marshall’s or TJ Maxx where it costs about $7.

DermaFreeze365 Instant Anti-aging Eye Cream

It’s a firming or lifting eye cream. I apply it to the loose skin above my eyelids, and it helps temporarily tighten the skin. Years ago, when there was less to tighten, it worked very well. Now that there’s more, it works fairly well. While this product is not a miracle worker, it does make a difference for me.

DermaFreeze365 Instant Anti-aging Eye Cream

At the end of the summer, I bought another brand for a lot more money that I hoped would work even better, but it did not. So back to my little bottle of DermaFreeze365.

I follow the directions and apply just a little bit with my fingertip to damp, clean skin. It dries and tightens. You should not apply too much because it will dry and flake off. Although some women online have reported that it stings, I have not experienced that sensation, though it can tingle when first applied. It feels a little drying which is OK because it’s not a product that I use every day.

DermaFreeze365 Instant Anti-aging Eye Cream is what the name says, a product that delivers an instant effect. Because I do not use it routinely, I don’t know if it also helps minimize wrinkles. For me, it just provides a temporary lifting/tightening effect. It contains GABA-Biox Firming Complex, and perhaps that’s the tightening agent?

DermaFreeze365 Instant Anti-aging Eye Cream comes in a small bottle, 0.5 fl. oz. As I mentioned, I find it randomly at Marshall’s/TJ Maxx at a deep discount, but it is sold on Amazon.com, drugstore.com, soap.com, ebay.com, and other websites for around $20.

The DermaFreeze365 brand also makes a face cream to minimize the appearance of wrinkles on the face. I haven’t tried that one.

Have you tried DermaFreeze365? What did you think?

Ingredients:

Water, Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein, Saccharomyces Lysate Extract, Pfaffia Paniculata (Suma) Root Extract, Ptychopetalum Olacoides (Muira Puama) Root Extract, Lilium Candidum (White Lily) Bulb Extract, Sodium Polyacrylate, Hydrogenated Polydecene, Trideceth-10, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Cellulose Gum, Silica, Titanium Dioxide (C1 77891), Iron Oxides (C1 77491), Glycerin, Menthol, Alcohol, Lavendula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil, Phenoxyethanol, Methylparaben, Butylparaben, Propylparaben, Isobutylparaben

 

6 thoughts on “Oldie But Goodie Quickie Review: DermaFreeze365 Instant Anti-aging Eye Cream

    • Definitely check out the beauty products at Marshalls and TJ Maxx, Monica! I have found so many great deals there. It’s a great place to find prestige brands of skincare, bath & body and haircare products. Also, inexpensive makeup tools & brushes for travel. Makeup is more limited: they usually have good deals of e.l.f. and NYX. And nail polish from OPI, Orly. Worth a look!

    • That is the cutest comment, Helene! I don’t know if I’ve ever seen an ad for it…maybe the kind of thing you’d see in the back of a magazine, lol. It is one of those funky products, that can be helpful to those of us gals who need it, lol ;)

  1. Allison, I’m going to recommend this to my Mom. She also is looking for something tightening for her neck. Any ideas on that? She was visiting me last week from Alaska, and I had so much fun doing her makeup! :)
    I love the beauty area of TJ’s and Marshalls! They often have Shisedo and Elizabeth Arden skincare too.

    • I’ve never tried it, Amber, but DermaFreeze365 has a facial moisturizer that’s supposed to provide a temporary tightening effect. It might be worth a try for your mom. How great that she’s been visiting you from Alaska! Do you and the family ever get to go there to visit her?

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