As the saying goes, the eyes are the window to the soul. Our eyes are the first to give away all of our dirty little secrets: a sleepless night, a bad day at work, an addiction to screens or a loooong night out. Laughing, crying, smiling, blinking, frowning–our eyes are involved in virtually every facial expression. It’s one of the main reasons why the eye area is prone to showing premature signs of age. The eye area also has fewer oil glands than other areas of the face, so the skin under the eyes is thinner, more sensitive and more prone to dryness. A hydrating eye treatment like our new revitalizing eye gel is a safe, effective way to give our eyes the TLC they deserve. We consider it a triple threat: it brightens, hydrates and de-puffs the sensitive eye area–at least temporarily. (Sorry, only surgery will give you permanent results).
“Check your bags”
Our newest and most lightweight eye treatment, revitalizing eye gel rejuvenates tired looking eyes. It’s ophthalmologist-tested and the unique gel texture absorbs instantly so it works well under makeup. Use it day and night to nourish the delicate skin under the eyes and improve the appearance of dark circles and fine lines. Like all of our simple skincare solutions, we rely on trusted ingredients that are gentle enough for sensitive skin. Rice and soy protein amino acids brighten the overall eye area; cooling cucumber extracts soothe dry skin and help alleviate puffiness; marine extracts hydrate and replenish moisture; diamond powder light reflectors blur imperfections. What’s not to love?
Step by step:
Our revitalizing eye gel is simple to use. Whatever you do, don’t rub, pull or tug at the fragile skin around your eyes. Using your ring finger, lightly tap or use a gentle rolling motion to massage a pea-sized amount of gel into your brow bone and about a half inch under your eye. Wait a minute or so to allow the gel to sink into skin before applying makeup. Aside from giving up on smiling and laughing, we can’t think of anything more kind you can do for your eyes.
by Lisa Horn