PrecisionMD Relastin Eye Silk

I am at the age where fine lines are starting to congregate around my eyes so I was excited to receive a sample of PrecisionMD™ Relastin Eye Silk to review. The formula is contains Zinc Firming Complex that is supposed to not just improve the look but actually improve the firmness of your skin.

This ultra light gel is amazing it  absorbs instantly, immediately working to diminish wrinkles, reduce puffiness and  dark circles.  The gel is so light I can wear it under my makeup, it even helps my eye shadow go on crease free.

They suggest using this product 4-6 weeks before seeing results. I was happy to see within the second week of use my skin was starting to firm up and my fine lines are much less noticeable.


PrecisionMD™ Relastin Eye Silk $69
Your skin doesn’t look firmer, it IS firmer. Elastin is the connective protein that makes skin smooth again after contracting and stretching. Over the years, adults lose elastin and the skin wrinkles. Relastin’s secret is the Zinc Firming Complex,™ the first and only technology clinically proven to help increase elastin content in the skin. It works by penetrating the top layer, the epidermis, to get to the dermis where elastin is formed. Relastin’s Zinc Firming Complex,™ helps the body produce functional elastin and helps the skin restore its own elasticity.

Absorbs deep into your skin to help renew elastin and visibly firm skin.

Real Results . . . Fast!
82% saw a visible reduction in expression lines and wrinkles
81% saw improved skin firmness
90% thought it left skin smoother
75% said it improved elasticity
Clinical Support:
The first and only technology clinically proven to help increase elastin content in the skin.


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July 31st, 2013 at 11:52 pm

I would really like to try this stuff

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