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DDF Eye Erase Gel Review – Does It Work?

DDF Eye Erase Gel Overview

If your suffer from dark under eye circles  you know that it can be hard to find a eye cream that permanently improves the appearance of those circles.  DDF Eye Erase Gel promises to promise to minimize the appearance of dark circles, reduce the appearance of puffiness, and moisturize the sensitive skin under the eye.  The gel uses a number of natural ingredients to produce these results.  The company website offers some information about these natural ingredients, but unfortunately not enough to make a clear determination that the product will live up to its claims.  There are a number of different skin care products to try in the DDF line though, so even if the eye erase gel is not right for you there likely is a product in the line that will work for your needs.

ddf eye erase gel reviewHow DDF Eye Erase Works and Ingredients

While this eye erase product contains fewer natural ingredients than others on the market it does contain fraxinus excelsior bark extract.  This extract is included to help with the claim of reducing puffiness and adding moisture to the skin.  Besides the bark extract closer inspection shows that there are really no other natural ingredients to speak of.  This does not bode well for the effectiveness of the serum.  The instructions encourage applying the serum to the skin under the eye with a massaging motion to promote circulation.

DDF Eye Erase Gel Pros and Cons

The pros and cons should be considered when deciding if you should give any skin care product a try, including DDF eye erase gel.  In the case of the eye erase serum unfortunately the list of cons outweighs the list of pros.

Advantages of this product include:

  • Pretty reasonably priced at $56 in the eye cream market
  • Available from a number of locations, both online and in store

Disadvantages of this product include:

  • The lack of natural ingredients
  • No special active ingredient to help the cream live up to its claims
  • No product specific website
  • Not very effective

It is hard to recommend DDF eye erase gel with a con list this long, but it should always be kept in mind that a product works a little differently on every individual so there is a chance that it may work well for you.

Where To Buy DDF Eye Erase Gel

As pointed out in the list of pros if you you decide to try the eye erase gel you will find that it is available from a number of stores including Ulta and Sephora , as well as online retailers like Amazon and the DDF company website.  The price of $56 is pretty standard no matter where you choose to purchase the DDF Eye Erase Gel.  As you look at the websites of the online retailers where you can purchase the gel you will notice that most of the reviews are not positive.  In general if a product has a large number of reviews with the overwhelming majority of them negative it is a good sign to steer clear of the product.


DDF Eye Erase Gel makes some great claims, the kind of claims that you are likely looking for if you suffer from dark under eye circles and puffiness.  There are a number of products that actually do help with under eye dark circles and puffiness that you can purchase instead of the DDF Eye Erase Gel.  If you are able to obtain a free sample of the gel during a visit to one of the retail stores that sells it then of course feel free to give it a try.  In general the regular $56 purchase price is not worth the results.

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Rachel Vrabel

Rachel is Chief Editor of Women’s Blog Talk and writes reviews across the spectrum of anti-aging, health and beauty. She has an English degree from USF and worked in finance for 15 years before establishing this website in 2011. She loves having a place she can share her inspiration for health and beauty and continue to help others! She lives in South Florida with her husband and her hobbies include beach volleyball, HIIT training and combing the beach for sea glass and shells.

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