Last Updated: December 30, 2017

Its name alone conjures images of magic, but is 7 Second Eye Lift truly a blessing to you? Strategically positioned as an eye cream potential treatment product under $100, this product intends to “eliminate wrinkles, dark circles, and puffiness instantly” with its key peptides and ingredients, including Matrixyl™ 3000 that is said to be clinically proven to reduce deep wrinkles by 70%.

One bottle at $34.99


Eyeseryl, Pepha-Tight, Matrixyl 3000, Syn-Coll, Vitamin C, Palmitoyl Pentapeptide, Octapeptide, Decapeptide, Pentapeptide, and Retinyl Palmitate


Apply by massaging the cream around the eye contour region. (Note: No actual how-to-use information is published on the 7 Second Eye Lift site.)


  • Affordable cost
  • Published clinical findings on the site
  • Face-off with other leading brands in a table format


  • Promised results do not surface in 7 days
  • Noticeable negative testimonials


  • 100% Money Back Guarantee


7/10 7 Second Eye Lift knows how to play with the potential customer’s mind and desires, promising benefits in as little as a week’s time. But does it truly deliver? There are plenty of clinical data on the site, we’re taken aback by the fact that many negative reviews turned up in our research. Surely there are helpful peptides, vitamins, and key ingredients in its formula, but we doubt the combine strength of all these for 7 Second Eye Lift to truly live up to its name. We’re tempted to think that it’s a classic case of “you get what you pay for.”

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