Copper Derm is an eye cream that reduces lines, wrinkles, and puffy bags beneath the eyes. Does it work as advertised? Here is our Copper Derm review.
About Copper Derm
Copper Derm is an under-eye cream that contains a copper peptide that tightens skin under the eyes for up to 8 hours. The official website is copperderm.com, with a registration date of May 2017. The screen capture below was taken of the product website in June 2017.
Claims & Features
- Quickly reduces lines, wrinkles, & bags beneath the eyes
- Appear younger
- Formula includes a copper peptide that tightens skin
- Works for up to 8 hours
- 30 day money back guarantee (less shipping)
Copper Derm costs $39.99. There is an optional double offer for a second Copper Derm bottle for a separate fee of $19.99 which brings the total to $59.98. Shipping is free on both offers.
Copper Derm Review
You’ve probably seen videos circulating online for Copper Derm or products like it in which a subject dabs cream under the eye and achieves impressive results in just minutes. With Copper Derm, we have a product using “copper peptides” that are said to almost immediately reduce puffy eye bags. The effect will last about 8 hours.
There are two schools of thought for products like Copper Derm. There are those who claim it is something of a gimmick, and that it’s not actually treating the underlying bags, but there are also consumers who swear that this stuff is a miracle in a bottle. My opinion lands somewhere in the middle, perhaps that it is a gimmick that can perform like a miracle for a few hours.
Copper Derm is applied directly to the bag under your eye, and you’ll notice the puffiness slowly disappearing as it dries. This is achieved almost like invisible glue that tightens the skin as it dries. You’ll want to let it completely dry before attempting to apply makeup, and even then it may not work over makeup depending on the brand you use and your technique for applying it. Some users have suggested using this type of cream on top of makeup, which is something you could try if using it under makeup doesn’t work.
Another potential problem is that facial expressions can affect the appearance of the treated eye. Depending on how much you applied, and whether or not you are wearing makeup, smiling or squinting may increase the appearance of wrinkles as the dry, tight cream moves with your facial expression.
It may take a couple of applications to get used to how this works, and to see its limitations.
In short, Copper Derm should work about as advertised for most people, with a few caveats. It’s a short-term solution, but I think most consumers don’t mind the fact that it isn’t permanent. There are numerous products out there like this, and they generally have mixed to slightly positive consumer ratings.
There are many copper peptide eye creams on the market. Perhaps the closest to Copper Derm is Instantly Ageless, which uses the same basic principle. You may want to peruse the 600+ reviews about that product to see the wide array of user opinions.
Some consumers have suggested using egg whites or Preparation H, which you should try only at your own risk. There are YouTube videos of people trying these techniques, which do seem to work to some extent.
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