In addition to popular skincare ingredients such as argireline and retinyl, City View provides the following ingredients to enhance skin appearance and promote collagen production.
Safflower contains conjugated linoleic acid, proven to improve skin health by thickening subcutaneous tissues and changing fatty acid compositions.
This results in thicker skin, greater elasticity, and fewer wrinkles.
Which Skin Types is City Views Suitable For?
It appears that City Views works with every skin type, especially with older skin that suffers from photodamage around the eyes.
Are There Negative Side Effects?
I couldn’t find any reports of side effects. However avoid using this product if you’re allergic to any of the ingredients.
Also, if you have sensitive skin, consult a healthcare professional before trying City Views.
Is City Views Effective?
User reviews are always very helpful when figuring out whether a skincare product is effective. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to find any unbiased user reviews on this product.
How Do You Use It?
First, cleanse and dampen the skin around your eyes. Then dab a small amount of City Views on your orbital bone around your eyes. Wipe any residue off.
City Views is intended to be used twice daily.
How Much Does City Views Cost?
The product is currently an exclusive on City Cosmetics where one bottle will cost you approximately $67.
Should You Get It?
City Views appears to be an average-to-good eye cream. Since it is so new, there just isn’t much to go on here.
While I like some of the ingredients, the company does not provide dosage information for each ingredient. This makes determining the effectiveness of the total product difficult.
I would suggest waiting for some unbiased user reviews to post and then use those to decide whether City Views can satisfy your skin and eye
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 Camargo Jr, Flávio B., Lorena R. Gaspar, and Campos PM Maia. “Skin moisturizing effects of panthenol-based formulations.” Journal of Cosmetic Science, 62.4 (2011): 361. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21982351