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Your Best Face Correct (eye cream)

by Your Best Face

Your Best Face Correct (eye cream)
$ 150.00

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Size: 0.5 oz (15 ml)

Your Best Face Correct eye cream has a new and improved formula for 2014 that lifts and firms sagging lids and brightens the delicate eye area. Its potent series of peptides, which include Uplevity™, Matrixyl® synthe'6™ and Eyeseryl®, reduce fine lines, smooth crepey wrinkles and relieve puffiness. This eye cream also contains alpha arbutin, haloxyl and licorice root extract to target dark circles and fight signs of fatigue.

Use a lentil-sized amount (a little goes a long way) for each eye. Apply in a circular motion, under the eye towards the inner corner and on the lid and upper eye area. Suitable for all skin types.

Alternative To:
Shiseido Future Solution LX Eye and Lip Contour Regenerating Cream

TIA Review by Marta:
Every couple of years, Darrell Owens, the co-founder and chief formulator of Your Best Face, tinkers with the formula for his Correct eye cream. His mission has always been for Correct to be the “be-all and end-all” of eye creams, and these formula tweaks were aimed at keeping it there. For my part, I always found the improvements welcome, but not earth-shattering. However, the latest reformulation of Correct at the end of last year is a game changer. I love the new Correct.

Your Best Face Correct is now an excellent lid lifter, as well as reducer of fine, crepey lines. The lid lifting is, I believe, due in large part to an ingredient called Uplevity. This is actually a newish peptide, tetrapeptide-2. According to Lipotec, which is the company that makes Uplevity, it induces the expression of fibulin 5 and lysyl oxidase-like 1. The latter is a gene that catalyzes the first step in the formation of crosslinks in collagens and elastin. Fibrulin 5 is an extracellular matrix protein. Tetrapeptide-2 regulates the gene expression of talin, zyxin and integrins, which contribute to the improvement of “dermal cohesion.” Or, in other words, it firms and lifts the eyelid skin.

The other key new addition is Matrixyl Synthe’6, a palmitoyl tripeptide-38, which is a peptide produced from derivatives of the amino acids lysine and methione sulfone (the latter is synthetic). Palmitoyl tripeptide-38 is a matrikine-mimetic compound that regulates cell activity, wound repair and collagen tissue remodeling. As the name implies, Matrixyl Synthe’6 stimulates six major constituents of the skin matrix and the dermal-epidermal junction.

Correct has been given a moisturizing boost with cupuacu butter, and the other newbie is the antioxidant quercetin, which also spurs collagen production.

No babies have been thrown out with the bathwater; just about all of the original Correct roster is still present, including Eyeseryl, a peptide that reduces puffiness, and Haloxyl, collagen boosting Matrixyl 3000, wrinkle reducing Tego Pep 4-17 and Renovage. Your Best Face’s signature line up of free radical fighters, including spin trap and Lipochroman-6.

My only little quibble with the new Correct is that it does not absorb quite as easily into the skin as the old version and requires a little more massaging. However, this is a small price to pay for an excellent anti-aging eye cream that is most definitely the be-all and end-all.

Special instructions:
Correct uses an airless pump, technology is that is relatively new and not perfected. Sometimes the pump fails to eject the product, but there are a couple of solutions that usually work. First, try tapping the base of the bottle firmly on a hard surface. Secondly, unbend a paperclip and insert into the tiny hole in the base of the pump.

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Our Take...

Every couple of years, Darrell Owens, the co-founder and chief formulator of Your Best Face, tinkers with the formula for his Correct eye cream. His mission has always been for Correct to be the “be-all and end-all” of eye creams, and these formula tweaks were aimed at keeping it there. For... Read Full Article

Your Take...

  • Hi Lora YBF Correct should be all that you need as an eye cream. You don't need to layer it with other serums. Try it out on its own and see how your skin does.

  • greetings, i just received sample of the reformulated YBF for eyes . can anyone tell me the best way to use/ i am going to try twice a day, but after or before serums ? In AM i use 2 serums & in PM i use a copper peptide serum & several evenings a wk osmosis renew with A . i am bit confused which to apply first. thank you very much !

  • Hi Maureen,
    Thank you for sharing this and I might be able to offer some tips to offer a better experience with the new Correct.

    The formula update to Correct has resulted in our most concentrated iteration. As such it only requires the smallest amount of product be used for an application. Too much product applied at once or if it is not fully massaged in will indeed result in excess remaining on the skin -- and because of the natural color from ingredients we use, this would explain the color you noticed.

    The temporary coloration you described is most likely from the quercetin contained in Correct. If you are seeing coloration from this, I would suggest a much smaller dose per application and give a little extra time massaging in Correct. Under normal circumstances, a small dose of Correct combined with time needed to fully massage in the product should not result in the discoloration you experienced.

    I hope this helps Maureen and that you'll give these tips a try and that the experience you have with Correct moves from two stars to five!

    All my best,
    Darrell from Your Best Face Skincare

  • 5 stars 2 out of 5

    I began using Correct in December 2014. I needed a good eye cream and everyone seemed hyped on Correct. It's fine, and my skin is soft and moisturized from it. But, I do have a significant problem with it: I awake with yellow skin where the eye cream has been applied! I don't dare wear it during the day because of seriously yellow/tan circles. To be clear, the discoloration comes off easily when I cleanse my skin. It doesn't "stain" my skin. The color that comes out of the dispenser is the color it makes my skin! Not attractive at all. So, while I'm happy with the feel of the cream, it's impossible to be happy dancing around the effects of it!

  • Hi Elizabeth,
    I just read your comment and wanted to reach out to you.

    The experience you described seems to align with the former formula of Correct; whereas the updated formula is no longer a thick and heavy cream, but rather a lighter & flowing texture that works better with the container.

    I would like you to experience the improved difference in texture, feel and performance Elizabeth, which has been greatly enhanced and improved upon as a direct result of continued feedback from Truth In Aging readers.

    Please write to me Elizabeth at Darrell.Owens(at) and I would enjoy sending you a sample of the new Correct. I believe the new formula will impress you and be a joy to use.

    All my best and I hope to hear from you,
    Darrell from Your Best Face Skincare

  • 5 stars 2 out of 5

    I gave this product a good try but it failed me in both results and packaging. The eye cream didn't show any positive changes in my under eye circles. It felt tacky and heavy compared to other eye creams I have used. The eye cream did offer a hydrating benefit so that is one area that pleased me. The packaging was awful. The pump failed to work after a couple of weeks. The cream was so thick that I had to scoop it out with a cosmetic spatula or Q-tip. In the question of value to product price; it failed miserably when considering the lack of benefits received and the difficulty of using the pump. Sadly, it was expensive to not be able to use properly.

  • A new version of Correct. I'll be trying this right away. Uplevity is just what I need and we finally get an opportunity to try Matrixyl Synthe. So exciting!

  • Hi Kate,
    We're thrilled you enjoyed Correct so much. I just wanted to clarify that the Your Best Face Correct size has never changed from its launch. It has always been available in an 0.5oz / 15ml pump -- never 1.0 oz /30ml.

    I hope that helps clarify!

  • I love this product. I have been using it for a couple of years. However I just repurchased it and now for the same price -$150 - I received a container that was 1/2 the size! - .05 oz instead of 1 oz. That means it has doubled in price!!! Unfortunately I will not be buying this again. I can understand if a product is 10 or even 20% more expensive over time but I feel like this was a way of tricking the consumer.

  • 5 stars 5 out of 5

    YBF Correct depuffs, invigorates, hydrates without being too greasy. Against all other eye creams I have tried over the past 5 years, Correct always ends up being the best performing for me!

  • 5 stars 5 out of 5

    I have used eye creams for years and never noticed much of a difference between one brand and another. YBF Correct is the first eye cream I've used that has made a noticeable difference in reducing dark circles and fine lines. It's expensive, but definitely worth it.

  • 5 stars 5 out of 5

    My eyes: 29 yo, dark circles, puffy, some fine lines. self conscious of dark circles.

    I have sampled some of TIA's favorite eye creams including the LOL skinfinite serum -liked it, AQ solutions - meh, Nutra-lift eye serum -hydrating. All of these favored eye creams had some pros and cons but overall left me wanting more results. I am pretty preoccupied with my under eye circles and really wanted to find a cream that works but was hesitant to splurge. My only regret is not trying this product sooner. It is the only eye cream I have ever liked and noticed real results from! I am noticing brighter smoother, lighter, firmer skin around my eyes.

  • 5 stars 5 out of 5

    I've been using this product for a year. My problem is puffy eyes and dark circles. This has greatly reduced both. The product has lasted me at least a year. I've had NO eye irritation whatsoever. It is my have to have product.

  • Hi Heidi,
    I am sorry you were disappointed in Correct. We pride ourselves on using the very best and most concentrated levels of active ingredients available in an eye cream.

    Though we know not every product works for everyone, it is a BIG let down for me personally when someone is disappointed in a product I've made; especially since Correct has been a staple to many for almost a decade.

    I use feedback like yours to make our products better. We're always working to improve upon our existing formulas as well as create new ones that are enjoyable to use. The feedback you've shared is valuable as part of our growth and in instances like this I'm always seeking to understand more about why something didn't work as expected.

    Product texture (in addition to actives) is very important to me and because we've made quite a few improvements to the texture of Correct over the last three years it was especially surprising that you found Correct to not smooth on gently. That's an area we'll continue to focus improvements upon.

    I welcome more insights from you directly Heidi and if you're interested in sharing what eye creams you've tried that did provide the texture and results you expected -- I would love to know what those are and take a closer look at what you've found to be the best of the best.

    Thank you and all my best. Please always feel free to email me directly at


  • 5 stars 2 out of 5

    Did not like product, made my eyes puffier with dark circles. When product comes out of dispenser comes out too thick and does not smooth on gently under eye, would not recommend, is not worth the price, I was very disappointed and I can't get a refund for product.

  • 5 stars 4 out of 5

    I love Correct - it makes the skin around my eyes amazingly better. I would use it all the time if I only could afford to.

  • Hi Amy,
    I saw your post from yesterday (Feb 3rd) and appreciate reading what you've said. Throughout every formula update to Correct, we have made and will continue to improve how it works with the airless pump system.

    Alternatives that would be a quick fix are to trade-off actives for fillers that thin the product, or switch to another container type that might call for harsh preservatives. We would rather go neither of those routes.

    Each update to Correct's formula really has seen a reduction in pump problems, but we want the pump performance to 100% perfection -- we will get there.

    Thank you for sticking with us!
    Your Best Face Skincare

  • I really do love this eye cream and have purchased it several times, but am always torn over the decision to repurchase. The pump has failed every time and I end up opening the bottle to dig out a lot of remaining product. I would imagine the idea of being "airless" is defeated by my having to use a bobby pin to fish out the product every night. I have used many airless pumps before that work just fine and this concept does not seem to be any kind of "new technology" to me. For $150 I expect the delivery mechanism to work properly every time and not require "special instructions" for use. I appreciate the fact that it's a great product but I'm a little disappointed that TIA keeps pushing people to spend that kind of money when the delivery is so poor. Just my two cents, and I will keep reading up on the product in the hopes that the design flaw will be fixed.

  • I have been using for just over a month now and swear my eyes look worse than when I started. The cream is too heavy for me as I end up looking like a raccoon by the end of the day. I will keep using but at night and hope for the same benefits everyone else raves about.

  • 5 stars 5 out of 5

    I really like correct eye cream, it has really helped with the crepey texture on my eyelids.

  • 5 stars 5 out of 5

    I'm wild about YBF's Correct eye cream. I've tried tons of expensive (and inexpensive) eye creams and Correct is the only one that showed a noticeable effect overnight. By the next morning, my under eye area was clearly brighter, much to my relief.

  • 5 stars 5 out of 5

    Well worth the 150$.

    I was first turned on to this product back in TIA 1.0 days, which must be going on four years, I think. I travel a lot--I've spent about 30 months of these past four years in China--and I'm also quite cheap, so my use of YBF Correct is pretty sporadic. I'd say I apply it about an average of five times a week. I'm also in grad school, which does terrible things to one's appearance even among the most placid and well-adjusted of students and I'm prone to anxiety attacks and suffer from insomnia. I'm also in the sun-at 9,000 feet above sea level--regularly. I have terrible skin that's acne prone and consequently is the target of terrible picking attacks that have left me with scars, enormous pores and permanent red spots, but my eyes look great. Sleepless nights and stress have left me somewhat hollow-eyed, which no cosmetic cream can fix, but I have no wrinkles and the skin around my eyes is quite firm. I credit this to two habits: religious use of sun screen (mineral-only, preferably Keys RX with nano-zinc) and rather lazy application of YBF Correct. I'm 32 now, but there's been almost no change in the texture of the skin around my eyes since I started using Correct at 27. Other than the sunscreen, I have never encountered a product that was so noticeably effective. I also use it use it between my brows and around my mouth, and I will say that I have no wrinkles in those areas, either.

    There really is not much that surgery can do to "fix" aging around the eyes, other than fillers for crow's feet and trimming off extremely excessive folds above or below the eyes. As such, prevention is pretty much the only defense. I'd recommend women in their mid-twenties to start using a good eye cream now and, frankly, I think ost products out there are absolutely worthless. I see from many of the reviews on this site that Correct doesn't work for everyone, but I'm a pessimist at heart and also cheap with money and quite lazy, but I've had enough experience with YBF Correct to know that it does wonders for me. I'd highly recommend forking over the hefty sum of 150$ to try it out because on the off chance that it does work for you, you'll be truly grateful by the time you're in your mid-thirties and not having to stare at sagging, puffy eyelids or a mess of wrinkles in the mirror everyday. Also: sun glasses and good sunscreen! Apply it throughout the day. And fo god's sake, it you get blackheads or whatever, don't pick! I think I'd easily look ten years younger without the terrible damage I've done to my pores because I haven't figured out how to manage my anxiety in non self-destructive ways.

  • 5 stars 5 out of 5

    I've been using this eye cream for over a year now, and whenever I've taken short breaks from it (about a week or so in length) and used a different product, I could definately see just how much this little bottle does do for me! I haven't found another product that can measure up to YBF Correct, let alone beat it.

  • 5 stars 5 out of 5

    Correct has been my one stand-by product in the last two years. I may have deviated with other products, but not this one -- I use it everyday -- and I give it the credit for keeping my eyelids lifted and no under eye bags, when these issues definitely run in my family.

    This is a great product, and one I hope to never be without!

  • 5 stars 2 out of 5

    Used this twice daily until the bottle was empty and saw no difference, whatsoever.

    In the daytime, I use it over my SkinCeuticals CE plus Ferulic and then would apply sunscreen.

    At night would apply over my skII pitera concentrate.

    I'm 38 with medium olive skin and some mild sun mild wrinkling around my eyes. I was so let down by this product given all the great reviews. I can honestly say I have NO idea as to what the hype is about.

    I'm still on the hunt for an amazing eye cream that helps with under eye crinkles. Argh!

  • 5 stars 5 out of 5

    Re Joyce's review: I take tops off of almost everything! It's amazing how much is left in these containers when the pump stops working, also tubes of conditioner are cut in half and contain at least a weeks supply!

  • 5 stars 5 out of 5

    Although I have tested many other eye creams, I always go back to Correct as it has reliably and consistently solved all of my under-eye problems. In my view, YBF’s Correct is the best eye cream on the planet – which is why I was more than a little alarmed to find out that my beloved eye cream was being reformulated. I’ve had some poor experiences in the past with reformulated products. The new version of Correct excludes certain ingredients like idebenone and snap-8. However, he added in ingredients like pentavitin, an excellent emollient that’s 100% safe according to the EWG (how rare is that?). Thus the improved version of Correct largely excludes potential skin irritants and is much more hydrating – all due to feedback he had received from the TIA community. Co-enzyme Q10 replaces idebenone, which is a bit notorious for causing contact dermatitis. There is also alpha bisbolol, a derivative of M. chamomilla (German chamomile), which accelerates the healing process of skin and protects the skin from the effects of daily stress. Lastly, YBF Correct is now paraben-free as it uses leucidal, a natural preservative based on radish root.

    I’m delighted to report that the new Correct is indeed superior to the old formulation (who knew it was possible?).

  • I'm really sad to say that neither the old Correct nor the new one has done a thing for me -- and besides the smell (which is delicious), I would have to say that actually affirmatively dislike this product. With all the great reviews, I almost feel guilty for saying that! I was excited to try the reformulated product after having disappointing results the first time around, but to no avail. The formula is not moisturizing enough -- which I could definitely forgive if I saw noticeable improvement in my crows feet and fine lines...but I didn't. I'm off to try AQ and perhaps revert back to Reluma (which I've had mixed results from...but haven't given up on). I would even recommend YBF Nourish over this -- for both results (which doesn't seem to make sense) and the price tag :)

  • 5 stars 5 out of 5

    The first time I applied the eye cream, I looked in the mirror about 20 to 30 minutes later and was surprised to see that my eyes already looked noticeably lifted – but my internal skeptic said it was wishful thinking. Then, over the next week, I caught myself in a mirror several times (not intentionally gazing to see how I looked or examining to see if the product had made any difference) and thought, “Wow, my eyes look really lifted – and younger!” And then I remembered the Correct. That, to me, was real proof that this product had a definite effect on how lifted, taut and more youthful my eyes looked.

    Then after about 30 to 40 days of use I noticed – again, unintentionally – that I was using less concealer under my eyes. And, for the first time in many, many years, my eye circles were almost nonexistent with a fully made-up face. I was kind of shocked!

    I haven’t seen a difference in my crow’s feet, but they are, thankfully, still fairly fine. Perhaps with continued use, they’ll stay that way. I am convinced that it really, really does work!

  • 5 stars 5 out of 5

    I was lucky enough to get to try the new formulation of my already favorite eye cream YBF Correct. I’ve been using it for about a month, morning and night. And I love it. But I loved it before. So what is different? Well, it is subtle, but now I actually feel it doing the tightening my 60-year-old eyes need… I actually feel it going to work in a way the old formula didn’t manifest. It’s not a radical thing, but when I look in the mirror after a few minutes, I have none of the puffy-bag deal going that usually greets me in the morning if I don’t use the cream. I did switch back to the old formula a couple of times to see if I was imagining it… but it was palpable, the “lift,” and visible. What’s not to like about that? So I can report that, for me, anyway, the new Correct is an even better version of the old.

  • 5 stars 5 out of 5

    Didn’t believe it was possible to improve Correct but I’m 3/4 way thru my bottle of the new formulation and it’s magnificent! Better than the old formula at reducing bags!! I’ve tried more eye creams than I care to count and Correct is the very best of all of them!!

  • 5 stars 3 out of 5

    I was thrilled to be able to try the newly formulated Correct because my eyes reacted poorly to an ingredient in the old YBF Correct formula (Idebenone is now removed). My 60-year-old eyes needed some serious help to improve the elasticity and crepey skin situation.

    Very impressed with the ingredients in this cream, I began using Correct on my upper and lower lids twice a day for four weeks. It left a matte appearance, but to the touch, the skin was very moist and I found this moisturization lasted throughout the day.

    Sadly for me at the end of four weeks, there was no visible improvement to my under-eye elasticity or reduction in the crepey-ness. It’s possible that my eyes might need a much longer period of time with Correct in order to see some positive change. From reading results of other users, it appears that some have been fortunate to realize significant improvement, and sooner.

  • 5 stars 5 out of 5

    Hi Satajnuic, you don't need a moisturizer with the YBF as it is rich and hydrating. You can certainly use AQ at night and YBF in the morning (or vice versa)

  • 5 stars 3 out of 5

    Hi Marta - a bottle of the revamped YBF Correct is winging its way to me and I'm wondering whether/how it will work with the AQ Skin Solutions Eye Serum that I've been using for the past few weeks. Should I use them together? (Expensive eyes huh!) Or am I just doubling up and should therefore hold off using it until the AQ is empty? And do you need an eye moisturiser after use or is the new formula rich enough for older eyes on its own?

  • 5 stars 5 out of 5

    I've used so many eye creams and was skeptical when using this one.
    This is by far the best eye cream I have ever used. It's the only one that really showed a difference in terms of wrinkles under the eyes.
    What was even more amazing is the fact it showed after the first day of using.

  • 5 stars 4 out of 5

    Hi Pam
    Your bottle of Correct is not empty. It uses an airless pump and the technology is relatively new and not perfected. Sometimes the pump does not work correctly, but there are a couple of solutions that usually work. First, try tapping the base of the bottle firmly on a hard surface. Secondly, unbend a paperclip and insert into the tiny hole in the base of the pump.

  • 5 stars 1 out of 5

    Bought this with eager anticipation, but after using a very small amount ONCE, the bottle would release no more product! That was use and empty!

  • 5 stars 5 out of 5

    Meryl Streep is in a movie: It’s Complicated where she visits a cosmetic surgeon asking what can be done about her sagging lids. I leaned over to my best friend during this and whispered, “Correct has prevented anything resembling this from happening to me!”

  • 5 stars 5 out of 5

    I won a free sample of this a while back and let me tell you it works. Once again Marta is right on point. Fantastic product!

  • 5 stars 5 out of 5

    I developed crepey lids about a year ago and I was devastated, because my eyeshadow (that I love to play around with) looked terrible! Correct has eradicated the crepey eye lids (in conjunction with Sen Zen Double Dose) and I am happy to use eyeshadow again. Yay!! Also, using it only on my lids, the bottle lasts a good while.

  • 5 stars 5 out of 5

    ybf Correct is “the one” that I haven’t been without for over 2 years. It’s definitely made the transition from 50s to 60s so much more graceful.

  • 5 stars 4 out of 5

    I have applied YBF Correct faithfully twice a day for a month now under my eyes as well as above them. The pale yellow gel-like lotion absorbs very quickly, making it easy to follow with makeup immediately. The texture of my skin after is slightly tacky but only for a few minutes. I would have preferred a more moisturized feeling for a longer period of time, especially now that it’s cold. I had no irritation whatsoever. YBF Correct also played well with my other products. Correct has a long and impressive list of ingredients. I don’t know enough to go into detail, but from the past few months of reading Truth In Aging, I recognize many as heavy hitters (Matrixyl 3000, idebenone, alpha lipoic acid) along with a number of natural substances, including licorice root extract listed close to the top.

  • 5 stars 3 out of 5

    Sounds great, but I can't get past that it has parabens!!

  • 5 stars 4 out of 5

    After reading all the positive reviews about YBF Correct, I decided to purchase one. After only two weeks, I can say its a fantastic product and worth every penny.

  • 5 stars 5 out of 5

    I can also attest to the wonders of Correct. THE best eye cream for dark circles, hands down. Nothing else even comes close, and I’ve tried so many others that were a complete waste of money. Not so with Correct! If you have dark circles, run, don’t walk, to get this cream!

  • 5 stars 5 out of 5

    Marta, Correct comes correct…I’ve told you a million times over how much I adore this

  • 5 stars 5 out of 5

    YBF’s Correct is the BEST eye cream on the market, hands down. Period.

  • 5 stars 1 out of 5

    So very disappointed in this eye cream. Had never heard of the product until I found the TIA site, Marta’s recommendation, and a slew of positive comments. Bought this pricey cream, used it for a week and could practically see the fine lines forming day by day. Was not moisturizing. My eyes felt dry and scratchy and makeup under my eyes looked cakey. Stopped after a week because I didn’t want to cause damage that might not be reversible. Waste of money for me.

  • 5 stars 5 out of 5

    *BEST eye cream I’ve ever tried! (And that’s saying a lot because I’ve tried everything!)
    If you have dark circles, you will LOVE this eye cream. It works miracles. It is expensive and I live in Canada so got dinged twice with shipping charges, and another $30 in duty tax. But in my opinion, it’s well worth it. Marta recommended this and I took a leap of faith with the considerable price tag but I’m very happy. As she says, it works wonders on fine lines and crow’s feet and really firms.

  • 5 stars 4 out of 5

    I received a sample of eye cream in a small disc like container and saw a goldish dab of cream. It is lovely and has a comforting feeling and I thought it did show a nice smoothing effect with just a few applications.
    It felt very natural to me and was gentle.

  • 5 stars 4 out of 5

    I have to tell you a little story about my 60-something mom and Correct. She was in town visiting me recently and was bemoaning the bags under her eyes. Being a good daughter, I offered her a sample of Correct I was saving — but only if she promised to really use it. Two days later, her bags and circles were almost gone! We were rather shocked at the dramatic change, but her eyes just kept getting better over the week! She was so excited that we jumped onto the TIA site and ordered her a full-sized Correct. I’m so happy she finally found something that really works for her

  • 5 stars 4 out of 5

    Correct has been very effective for me and I heartily recommend it to friends.

  • 5 stars 5 out of 5

    Correct saved my eyes and without it as the cornerstone of all else I use, I’m certain they would decline. If I could I would have a shelf devoted to YBF.

  • 5 stars 5 out of 5

    I've been using Correct off and on since TIA wrote it up a few years ago--and there's probably no single product that is mentioned as often (and as enthusiastically) on the site. It is absolutely unbeatable especially for dark circles and for overall improvement of the eye area--just the best.

  • I have used Correct for a bout a year now and am satisfied enough to keep using it. I also find it has banished my dark circles but the main reason I use it is that a year ago I noticed by upper lids were starting to sag, producing one very noticeable extra fold over my left eye. After maybe four months of Correct, the wrinkle disappeared--I presume because the skin firmed up.

    In truth, the changes are very small and possibly not all that noticable--except for that wrinkle, but I continue to justify the expense. A typical tube lasts about 4 months for me.

  • 5 stars 4 out of 5

    Age 61 Moderate face wrinkles, Normal skin
    I've been useing YBF Correct for 2 months now. There is a definite improvement on the dark circles under my eyes and puffiness. Nothing before has worked on my dark circles. I am on my second bottle because of that success. I have not noticed any change in the tightening above the eyes and would not recommend it for that. The deeper crows feet are not as apparent now but no 'miracle cure' in the wrinkle department. When my first bottle ran out I pulled off the top/lid and there was at least 2 more weeks use left in it.(Twice a day) At the cost you should make sure you can use every last drop!

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  • August 12, 2008

    by Julie Kay

    <p>Thanks, Mike. Frankly I had no clue where toturn next, so went back to Olay (which just won't do, now). I'll check that product out!</p>

  • August 12, 2008

    by Mike626

    <p>Julie, the fact that you've run out of this expensive cream that works for you makes me a little sad. I took a look at the active ingredients in YBF's eye cream. I'm not entirely sure what is in the cream that would warrant a $150 price tag, maybe the ocean of peptides they have put in the formula are some sort of magic youth elixir, but I doubt it.</p>

    <p>You could get something very close to this for a much more affordable price. Skin Actives sells a ready-to-use eye cream called Bright-I @ $17.50 for .5 oz (<a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> ). There is a lot to like about this product:</p>

    <p>* Fucoidan, (for collagen synthesis)</p>

    <p>* hesperidin methyl chalcone, a flavinoid derived from citrus like oranges and lemons. Hesperidin helps to reduce capillary permeability - which means it helps prevent the tiny blood vessels in the skin around your eyes from leaking.It is this leakage which leads to the dark bruise-like discolorations or dark circles,</p>

    <p>* a mix of small size natural active peptides (below 5,000 MW)</p>

    <p>* A variety of the usual antioxidants, including pomegranate.</p>

    <p>* Chrysin</p>

    <p>* Epidermal Growth Factor (EGF) to thicken the skin around the eye and hide the blood vessels underneath</p>

    <p>* astaxanthin</p>

    <p>* lycopene</p>

    <p>* vitamin E</p>

    <p>* vitamin B</p>

    <p>* lutein</p>

    <p>* alpha lipoic acid</p>

    <p>* Glutathione</p>

    <p>* Pal-GQPR (palmitoyl tetrapeptide) </p>

    <p>The only active ingredient that seems to be missing is the spin trap, but at a savings of about $130.00, maybe you can make do. :)</p>

reverse osmosis water, cetearyl olivate (and) sorbitan olivate, Eyeseryl® (water, acetyl tetrapeptide-5), ceteareth-6 olivate, Haloxyl® (hydroxysuccinimide, chrysin, palmitoyl oligopeptide, palmitoyl tetrapeptide-3), Leucidal® (leuconostoc/radish root ferment filtrate), licorice root extract, Syn®-Hycan (tetradecyl aminobutyroylvalylaminobutyric urea trifluoroacetate, magnesium chloride, glycerin), Uplevity™(water, acetyl tetrapeptide-2, caprylyl glycol), ethylhexyl palmitate, Syn®-Tacks (glycerin, palmitoyl dipeptide-5 diaminobutyroyl hydroxythreonine, palmitoyl dipeptide-5 diaminohydroxybutyrate), Matrixyl® synthe’6™ (glycerin, water, hydroxypropyl cyclodextrin, palmitoyl tripeptide-38), Tego® Pep 4-17 (tetrapeptide-21, glycerin, butylene glycol, water), dimethicone/vinyl dimethicone crosspolymer (and) silica, ethoxydiglycol, alpha arbutin, Matrixyl™ 3000 (glycerin, butylene glycol, carbomer, polysorbate-20, palmitoyl oligopeptide, palmitoyl tripeptide-3), Renovage (triglyceride, teprenone), olive leaf extract, Relistase™(glycerin, acetylarginyltryptophyl diphenylglycine), polyquaternium-10, caffeine, cupuacu butter, aspen bark extract, spin trap (phenyl butyl nitrone), Homeostatine® (enteromorpha compressa extract, caesalpina gum), sorbitan olivate, trans resveratrol, tetrahydrodiferyloylmethane, Sepilift DPHP (dipalmitoyl hydroxyproline), vitamin e, lipochroman-6 (dimethylmethoxy chromanol), dimethyl isosorbide, coenzyme Q10, vitamin B5, quercetin dihydrate, alpha bisabolol, alpha lipoic acid (R-lipoic acid), violet leaf absolute, oakmoss absolute

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