Deciem Hylamide SubQ Eyes: Review

I’ve been slowly working through Deciem’s products. Mostly the Ordinary, but I test a few Hylamide and other Deciem brands here and there. Hylamide SubQ Eyes is a moderately priced eye serum. Details per Deciem:

High-strength serum concentrate uses a wide array of peptides, plant saccharides and active technologies to rehydrate the fragile eye area, while targeted technologies improve the look of fine lines, crow’s feet, puffiness and dark circles. 

Clinically-advanced serum to target multiple signs of under-eye aging. Contains a Flavanoid Glucoside Bio-active to reduce the look of dark circles and puffiness under the eyes. Contains a Darutoside complex for a lifted upper- and lower-lid appearance. Contains a Waglerin-1 Peptide Complex shown to reduce the look of dynamic lines around the eyes.

Nonapeptide-3 Retino-Complex A novel technology that promotes better visible anti-aging results than Retinol with less irritation.

Fluorinated Perfluorocarbon Complex An extraordinary technology that offers a lifted-look to the eye contour immediately with a lasting visible effect with continued use.

Directions Apply in the eye contour AM and PM avoiding direct eye contact ideally after application of SubQ Anti-Age. Follow with specific Hylamide Boosters as needed. 

The texture is a thin liquid. It has a milky color. This is light and absorbs very quickly. You’re going to have no issues layering this under another eye cream. This doesn’t have enough moisture to be a stand alone eye product or cream. You have to layer it. Unless you like a very very light eye cream. This comes packaged in a glass bottle with dropper delivery system. There’s no discernible scent. I experienced no adverse side effects while using this product.

This lasted forever. You don’t need much. It works on fine lines pretty well. It de-puffs some. It only worked on my dark circles a tad. To be fair, hardly anything really works on my dark circles. Besides sleep and hydration. It’s hard for me to judge on dark circles as nothing really works that well for me. I liked this. I’m not a huge fan of the dropper style package. It has a lot of nice ingredients for a reasonable price. It does have the nice idea of using a non-retinol ingredient. Not everyone wants to use retinol but likes the effects. You can layer it easily under a favorite eye cream for the right amount of moisture. It’s worth trying once to see if it will work for you.


aqua (water), glycerin, methyl methacrylate/peg/ppg-4/3 methacrylate crosspolymer, albizia julibrissin bark extract, propanediol, myristoyl nonapeptide-3, palmitoyl tripeptide-38, dipeptide diaminobutyroyl benzylamide diacetate, epigallocatechin gallatyl glucoside, gallyl glucoside, darutoside, aminobutyric acid, fucus vesiculosus extract, ascophyllum nodosum extract, asparagopsis armata extract, hydroxypropyl cyclodextrin, mangifera indica seed butter, lecithin, orbignya oleifera seed oil, squalane, sorbitol, tocopheryl acetate, propyl gallate, polyacrylate crosspolymer-6, pentylene glycol, cetearyl isononanoate, ceteareth-20, cetearyl alcohol, glyceryl stearate, xanthan gum, ceteareth-12, cetyl palmitate, gluconolactone, potassium sorbate, sodium benzoate, benzoic acid, benzyl alcohol, hexylene glycol, caprylyl glycol, dehydroacetic acid, phenoxyethanol, chlorphenesin.

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