Unboxing NIOD FECC

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A quick look at NIOD FECC

NIOD FECC reviews and everything else you need to know before buying.

  • 68% of the Deciem Addicts love it
  • 51% say they have seen an improvement
  • 56% of the Deciem Addicts will repurchase it
  • Currently scores 4.4/5 on the Deciem Website
  • Targets
  • Dark Circles
  • Puffiness
  • Textural Unevenness
  • PAO 6M

NIOD FECC Fractionated Eye Contour Concentrate


What is NIOD FECC and what does it do?

Deciem says that this is a hyper-concentrated bio-serum for the eye contour. NIOD FECC Fractionated Eye Contour Concentrate combines 28 clinical technologies to target many signs of under-eye and above-eye ageing in one treatment—borrowing from advanced biotechnology, polyphenol technology, next-generation cyclic peptide technologies, marine science, and modern drone delivery mechanics.

This single treatment can target visible ageing (both upper eyelids and lower eyelids), including the looks of dynamic lines, static lines, fine superficial under-eye lines (those not targeted by SNARE-target injections), loss of elasticity (especially upper eyelids), dark circles, puffiness and textural unevenness with visible positive results starting within 3 days and improving into 8 weeks with continued use. 


  • Dark circles
  • Puffiness
  • Textural unevenness


When and how do I use NIOD FECC?

  • You can use NIOD FECC in the morning and in the evening
  • Apply a small amount in the eye area including the upper eyelids. I apply one drop to my fingertip then touch it with my other fingertip and gently massage both under eyes then repeat for the upper eyelids. You only need a drop.
  • Always patch test before using any product and introduce other products slowly.
  • If irritation occurs, cease use and consult a physician. Use only as directed on unbroken skin.

Are there any products that conflict with Fractionated Eye Contour Concentrate?

If you know Deciem, you will understand that the information regarding conflicts can change quite often. There have never been any know conflicts with NIOD FECC, but then this question was recently asked on Instagram;

Can I use NIOD FECC during my Glycolic Acid or my ELAN night? We’d recommend use in alternate routines as Direct Acids or Ascorbic Acid. 

Sometimes “conflicting” products cancel one another out, and sometimes it is mentioned to be on the safe side to avoid irritation.

It is always best to patch test first and when introducing other products, do it slowly in case of any reactions.

What´s the period after opening?

Once opened, this should be used within 6 months.


These questions have been answered by Deciem on social media.

Can I use it with NIOD CAIL? Yes, you can!

Can I use it during my Glycolic Acid or my ELAN night? We’d recommend use in alternate routines as Direct Acids or Ascorbic Acid. 

What’s the difference between SubQ eyes and Niod FECC? Hylamide SubQ Eyes target signs of under-eye ageing, puffiness, dark circles, and dehydration. NIOD Fractionated Eye Contour Concentrate (FECC) target visible ageing including the looks of dynamic & fine/status lines, loss of elasticity, dark circles, puffiness and textural unevenness 

NIOD Fractionated Eye Contour Concentrate Reviews

Fractionated Eye Contour Concentrate currently scores 4.4/5 on the Deciem website. Find more reviews on Instagram and search FECC in the Deciem Facebook Group. What works for one person may not work for another, so reading reviews by many people with different skin types and concerns is essential.

My personal review of FECC

I have been using this for a couple of weeks now. It feels lovely around the eyes, leaving the eye area feeling really hydrated throughout the day. I have been strict, using it twice a day and giving the eye area a little massage.

Can I see a difference? This is one of those products where I really felt the difference when I stopped using it. Under eyes were a lot darker and I felt the need to use a corrector.

More Reviews

Love this stuff

The BEST eye serum or cream ever. I will never change from FFECC!

I love FECC! And tell everyone about it. I see a difference when I don’t use it. A drop for each eye lasts forever.

I’m almost 55 and used this….. I bought it as a special deal with two other products, so it´s a very good price. Whilst I do not have puffy eyes or bags, I have some wrinkles, and one eye is more heavy-lidded than the other. I did not see any difference in my wrinkles or heavy lid when using this product. Will not purchase again.

This is THE best Deciem product, hands down. 

I love this. It definitely made fine lines around my eyes a lot less noticeable. I ordered another bottle. It lasts forever.

Tried it, and it made my dark corners even darker, so I stopped using it and tried again with the same result. I did not see any improvements. I love NIOD and Deciem products and use several regularly. But not this one.

Final Thoughts on NIOD Fractionated Eye Contour Concentrate

  • 68% of the Deciem Addict love NIOD FECC
  • 51% say they have seen an improvement
  • 56% will repurchase it
  • Currently scores 4.6/5 on the Deciem website

NIOD FECC was voted the most popular NIOD product in the Facebook Group. It is pricey at 68$ for just 15ml, although you really do only need a tiny drop per eye. You can always find NIOD discounts here.

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Where can I buy NIOD FECC

You can buy NIOD FECC directly from Deciem (when it´s stock). They offer free delivery on orders over 25€$. Before buying NIOD through Deciem, check the Deciem Discount Codes to usually find a saving of up to 22%. Some online stockists ship worldwide.

Deciem Price Increase

On 1st February 2022, Deciem increased their prices for the first time in many years. Here are the prices of NIOD FECC before and after the price increase.

  • Was 68$CAD | 68$US | 43GBP | 51€ | 100$AUD 
  • Now 74$CAD | 68$US  | 46GBP | 55€ | 100$AUD

Complete Guide To NIOD FECC

Here’s the complete guide to NIOD FECC. It’s very wordy! All can be found on the NIOD website. Come and chat with the #deciemaddicts in the Facebook Group and on Instagram.