Revitalising & Rejuvenating Eye Cream
RESTORATIVE REVITALISING AND FIRMING EYE CREAM
Revitalising Eye cream is formulated with soothing Aloe, Atlantic Sea Kelp, Pro-Vitamin B5 and plant-derived collagen and is an innovative eye treatment created to instantly tighten and smooth fine lines and wrinkles. This soothing cream will firm, hydrate and tone the eye area imparting a fresher and more youthful appearance. Excellent for sensitive eyes and contact lens wearers.
WHY WE LOVE IT:
This ultra-rich cream lubricates and nourishes around the eye area. The eyes area shows signs of ageing before other facial features. Daily application will keep this delicate tissue hydrated, nourished and conditioned and reduce the risk of premature ageing around the eye area.
- Stimulates the regeneration of healthy collagen.
- Firms and tightens the skin, dramatically reducing the look of lines and wrinkles.
- Eliminates signs of fatigue around the eye, brightening dark circles and reducing puffiness.
- Reveals a firmer, brighter, smoother and more youthful eye area.
Aloe Cranberry Sea Buckthorn.
*Aloe Gel, *Apricot Oil,*Pumpkin Seed Oil, *Cranberry Oil, *Sea Kelp Extract, *Jojoba, *Licquorice Root, *Evening Primrose, *Arnica * Sea Buckthorn.
This product does not require refrigeration. To extend the potency and preserve the fresh ingredients store in a cool room away from direct sunlight.
Dot a pea-sized amount around the entire eye area, from the inner corner of your eye to the outer edge and above the brow. Follow the eye socket bone as the molecular structure of the cream will allow it to travel under the skin to where it is needed most.
All of our natural & organic products are lovingly made by hand. This means that occasionally you may notice slight colour variances when comparing to our product pictures.
Our PET recycled packaging may differ to what is displayed here, depending on our suppliers, but sizes will always remain constant.
Finally, we’re improving on our formulas! Our website is up to date with the latest ingredient lists, but please note that our labels are a work in progress. If you’re uncertain, please don’t hesitate to get in contact.