Vivexin Review
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Vivexin Review – Should You Try It?

Vivexin Overview

Age can take a toll on your skin in many ways.  In addition to fine lines, wrinkles, and crows feet, you may begin to see bags and dark circles appearing under your eyes.  If you’ve noticed this, or if people seem to keep asking you why you look so tired, you might benefit from an under eye cream specifically formulated to treat these problems.  As you age, the tiny capillaries beneath your eyes begin to weaken and leak.  The loose iron molecules float around freely under your skin.  At the same time, the skin under your eyes becomes thin and papery, so these red iron molecules can be seen, appearing as dark eye circles.  Vivexin Rejuvenating Eye Treatment is formulated to treat both of these factors and create a more youthful look for your eyes.

Vivexin ReviewVivexin Ingredients and How They Work

Vivexin contains three key ingredients that have been clinically shown to address each of the problems your eyes may experience as your skin ages.  Haloxyl binds the iron in the blood, allowing it to be eliminated and released, so it no longer floats around under your skin, causing dark circles.  Eyeliss makes the capillaries stronger so they leak less blood and increases the elasticity of the skin.  Matrixyl encourages the production of collagen which makes skin plumper, thicker, and smoother.  While Vivexin hasn’t been clinically tested, each of these ingredients have been, and they’ve proven to be effective.  Together with other ingredients that provide moisture and nourishment, Vivexin claims to create a smoother, clearer, more youthful look of the the skin around your eyes.

Vivexin comes in bottles containing a 30-day supply of the cream.  They say that if you apply Vivexin to the skin under your eyes twice a day, you should see results within six to 8 weeks.

Pros and Cons of Vivexin

Advantages of Vivexin

  • Individual studies have proven that the active ingredients in Vivexin are safe and effective.
  • There are no known side effects.
  • Vivexin comes with a generous 90-day money back guarantee.

Disadvantages of Vivexin

  • At $59.95 a bottle plus S&H, Vivexin is a bit on the expensive side.

Where to Buy Vivexin

Vivexin may be available in a few salons, but other than that, it is only available online at their website. There are many different price points depending on how much you want to buy at once.  If you’ve never tried it before, there is a 20-day free trial offer through one of Vivexin’s many affiliated sites.  The way it works is that you pay $5.95 for shipping and receive a 30-day supply.  At the same time, you are enrolled in the Beauty Autoship Program.  Unless you call to cancel and return the product within 20 days, you will start receiving a 60-day supply every 2 months at the discounted rate of $39 plus shipping per 30-day bottle. If you buy Vivexin 1 bottle at a time, you’ll pay $59.95 plus shipping.  If you buy 2 bottles at a time, you get one free.  If you buy 4 bottles, you get 2 free.


Vivexin’s got an impressive list of ingredients backed up by a 90-day money back guarantee.  If you’ve got dark circles and bags under your eyes that you’re looking to get rid of, it seems like Vivexin is worth giving a try.  Dark circles can be stubborn, so remember to use it for a full six to eight weeks for best results.  And if it turns out that it does work for you, the discounted price points we mentioned above could make Vivexin a fairly affordable solution for your tired looking eyes.

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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.


  • Kat

    I just found this on thier website….
    The Vivexin Guarantee

    We are confident that you will achieve your desired results with Vivexin, and we back up our promise with an Unconditional Money-Back Guarantee. If, for any reason, you are not satisfied with your Vivexin order, simply return the unused portion for a full refund within 90 days of purchase. You will receive a no hassle, no questions asked, full refund of your order price (less shipping cost). So order today, risk free, you have nothing to lose!

    I am still waiting for them to return my emails!

  • Kat

    Don’t get suckered in by Auravie and Vivexin. When I tried them not only did I break out….my eyes have been watering continuiously ever since with my right eye being the worst! I mean all the time! I got an email from Auravie. They will not accept the first package and are charging me almost $20 “restocking” fee for the return!!! I haven’t even heard from Vivexin. I’ve sent them 2 emails!! I am going to send a complaint to the FTC regarding the products I mentioned above. These people are THIEVES and LIARS!!!

  • Stephanie

    Do NOT try this product. The company is shady. When you sign up for the trial, they have a huge terms of agreement and of course, buried within that, is a clause that automatically orders (and charges you for) a two-month supply. Any legitimate business with a legitimate product would not have to resort to such distasteful tactics. What a pain!!! I might have considered the product, but after seeing this, I DEFINITELY will avoid this company like the plague!!!

  • Judith Brosch

    Is there Vitamin E, which is also known as tocopherol? I am allergic to wheat. Sure would appreciate an answer. Thankyou

    • Rachel Vrabel

      Hey Judith,
      I have searched far and wide for the ingredients in Vivexin, and it does not appear to contain Vitamin E. That being said, I would suggest you contact the company directly at their website for more accurate information.


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