Lumatone is primarily designed to help people who are suffering from dark circles and under eye puffiness. Available online, the website explains the various causes of dark circles, such as leaking capillaries, thinning skin and collagen loss, and demonstrates how Lumatone works to address these conditions. The site, while attractive and professional, is not overly informative. There are only 3 testimonials shown and no clinical testing is cited. There is a FAQ section and Lumatone is available to purchase online. The cost of one unit is $39.95 but the consumer can try the product free for 30 days before committing to the ‘preferred customer’ program, whereby they are sent the product every month.
Lumatone– Product Description
The ingredient information for Lumatone is very limited, simply listing the key substances, Titanium Oxide, Polysilicone, Coconut Alkones, Camellia Sinesis and Honey extract. In addition to these, the formula also uses Mica, a mineral that brightens the skin on contact. Overtime however, the cream will also improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles around the eye area.
A thin layer of Lumatone is applied around the eyes daily and it will take a few weeks of use of improve more severe dark circles.
- Lumatone has a risk-free trial
- It is affordable
- The Lumatone formula does not contain synthetic fragrances
- All manufacturer contact information is provided
- Key ingredients are listed
- Lumatone shows no clinical test results
- The website is limited in information
- Ingredients are not explained sufficiently
Lumatone – The Bottom Line
For anyone who wants to address the issue of aging eye skin such as deep wrinkles, Lumatone is not the best choice. As an eye brightener however, it appears to be a beneficial product, mainly due to the addition of Mica, which does have proven results in making dark skin more luminous.