Treatment Serums or Serum Actives are the strongest product and the crux of any skin care line, used to spot treat or area treat skin for correction of unwanted skin conditions. Potent ingredients are blended for targeted skin correction. The formulas are very concentrated which is reflected in the size and cost of the product and must be used sparingly.
Eye Serums, Creams, Gels are designed to help visibly diminish the ever-deepening network of lines and the appearance of fatigue and discoloration caused by sun exposure, smoking, squinting, allergies, and pollution. The select ingredients hydrate, moisturize, and nourish this special area yet the formula must be light enough so as not to weigh down the delicate thin tissue or leave a greasy residue. Ingredients are usually included to address puffiness and dark circles, a very common occurrence for this area. Other spot treatment serums would be blemish serums and expression line serums for targeted correction of smaller areas. Serums are not moisturizers. Puffiness and discoloration will subside with regular use. Follow with a hydrator to add water hydration then a moisturizer to seal in that hydration.
An eye cream, firming eye gel, and anti-aging eye serum can make a significant difference in the appearance of the 'windows to your soul', framed with the thinnest skin found on your body. This skin is very fragile and delicate, without sebaceous glands gracing the lower lids to lubricate and protect. No matter how gentle we are, this is where the first signs of aging will affect most of us.
On toner damp skin, gently pat very sparingly onto the bony ridge surrounding the eyes, using the tips of the ring fingers. Do not apply directly onto eyelids. Using the Press Hold Release application technique will help reduce puffiness.
Aloe Vera, Seawater, DMAE, MSM, Seaweed, Matrixyl 3000, Argireline, Haloxyl, Hyaluronic Acid, Jojoba Oil, Silk, Honey, Vitamins FACEB3B5K, AB Natural Preservative System of Black Willowbark, Essential Oils, Neem, Rooibos Tea, Rosemary, Vitamin E.