Vitamin C Brightening & Glow Firming Eye Cream

Neutriherbs Vitamin C Brightening & Glow Firming Eye Cream | 20g

Neutriherbs Vitamin C Brightening & Glow Firming Eye Cream with cooling gel formula, it deeply moisturizes the delicate skin around the eyes while helping brighten and smooth to make the eye area even more radiant, The hydrating hyaluronic acid, niacinamide, and collagen also help to firm skin, improve elasticity and diminish dark circles and puffiness.

Function:

  • Deeply hydrates and locks moisture long-lasting even as it feels deliciously lightweight. 
  • Targets and smooths the fine lines around the eyes, delivering age-defying results.
  • Instantly brightens and lightens your skin around the eyes, reducing melanin to avoid panda eyes.
  • Relaxes the eye skin, improve the puffy and eye bags while improving concealer application and wear.

Ingredients:

AQUA, BUTYROSPERMUM PARKII (SHEA BUTTER) OIL, PROPANEDIOL, BETA-GLUCAN, PANTHENOL, NIACINAMIDE, 3-O-ETHYL ASCORBIC ACID(VITAMIN C), TOCOPHEROL (VITAMIN E), DIMETHICONE, HYDROLYZED COLLAGEN,  EUGLENA GRACILIS POLYSACCHARIDE, HYDROXYACETOPHENONE,  1,2-HEXANEDIOL, SODIUM ACRYLATE/SODIUM ACRYLOYLDIMETHYL TAURATE  COPOLYMER, POLYSORBATE 80, ISOHEXADECANE, RETINYL PALMITATE(VITAMIN A), KANZOU FURABONOIDO, SODIUM HYALURONATE(HYALURONIC ACID), CITRUS AURANTIUM DULCIS (ORANGE) OIL

Directions:

After pressing and squeezing out the eye cream, gently massage around the eyes with the triple-bead applicator until absorbed. The eye cream should be used twice daily: in the morning and evening.

Caution:

* Discontinue use if redness or irritation occurs. Do not ingest.

* Avoid contact with eyes.

* Keep out of reach of children.

 

FAQ

Is eye cream really any different from face cream?

Yes! Eye cream is different from face cream in that it tends to be lighter to address thinner skin. Heavier formulas used in face cream could cause clogged pores and milia around the eyes. Eye creams are designed to be hydrating and absorptive, yet gentle enough for this delicate area, while face creams may be too coarse in their formulation, potentially leading to irritation. Moreover, unlike face cream or serum, eye creams are formulated to address specific eye-area skin concerns, such as puffiness, undereye bags, and dark circles.

 

Why is eye cream important?

The skin around the eye area is the thinnest and most delicate skin on the entire face. It has fewer sebaceous [oil] glands and elastin than the rest of the skin on the face, which means that it is also more prone to dryness and the development of fine lines. What’s more, the skin around the eyes is also under the strain of multiple eyelid muscles in perpetual motion.

 

When should I start using an eye cream?

Usually the earlier the better. Having baseline hydration and nurturing the skin throughout life is the key to long term maintenance and preservation.

 

When should I apply eye cream for the best results? 

The general consensus of a skincare routine order is as follows: Cleanser, toner, eye cream, face serum, face moisturizer and sunscreen. However you choose to tailor your own regimen, the most important aspect to applying eye cream is to dab it on with ring finger (for lighter pressure) gently before you apply your face moisturizer. Applying the eye cream in this order allows the eye cream to treat eyelid skin while also protecting the delicate eyelid skin from irritating facial creams. To reap the most benefit, you should aim to apply eye cream both morning and evening.

 

What are the best ingredients to look for in an eye cream?

Not all eye creams are created equal. The ingredients to look for really depend on your goals. For instance, if you are concerned about dryness ingredients like hyaluronic acid, ceramides, and emollients are helpful. Another beneficial ingredient, primarily for preventing and fading fine lines, is retinol(vitamin A), which stimulates collagen production and helps smooth the skin. For antioxidant protection, seek out vitamins C and E, which help fend off the free radicals that break down collagen.