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RESTRUCTURING HELIX ASPERSA EXTRACT EYE CONTOUR CREAM

Restructuring Eye Cream with an Helix Aspersa Extract base and Hyaluronic Acid


Description: Cream specifically designed for the delicate eye area. Perfect for reducing signs of dehydration, bags under the eyes, wrinkles and expression lines. When used regularly, it visibly reduces the signs of ageing, for a more rested and relaxed look. Suitable for all skin types, including those with allergies.

Contains: Helix Aspersa Extract (Helix Aspersa Extract): Its protein content is particularly suited to restoring skin to a healthy, youthful and toned condition. It improves elasticity, blemishes, acne, scars, stretch marks and burns. Calendula (Calendula officinalis), ORGANIC almond oil (Prunus amigdalus dulcis) and Urea.

How to use: apply a small amount of product evenly around the eye, massaging gently with circular movements from the inside of the eye outwards, in the morning and evening. To achieve maximum efficiency, follow the application tips. On first use, pump the bottle until the product begins to come out.

Application tips: the massage lines to follow are highlighted in blue in the image, while the direction of wrinkles is shown with red arrows. Apply the product to the eye area with your ring finger, as this finger applies less pressure to the skin than the other ones. The cream should be rubbed in a direction from the outer to the inner corner of each eye, and then from the upper eyelid area again towards the outer corner of the eye.


The movements must be circular and delicate, but energetic. The movement will help to smooth out those hated "crow's feet" wrinkles that are the first to appear, but that's not all. The massaging movements will also stimulate micro circulation, which has a beneficial effect on dark circles and bags under the eyes. This application method also helps the skin and eye muscles relax.

 

Airless bottle 15 ml

DOES NOT CONTAIN PERFUME, PEGS, PARABENS, SILICONE, ADDED ARTIFICIAL COLOURS AND OIL DERIVATIVES