Perfect Eye Fluid
  • Perfect Eye Fluid

Perfect Eye Fluid

A$65.00
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This Perfect Eye Fluid nourishes the delicate skin around the eyes with an intense moisturiser and reduces existing lines and wrinkles. Dark rings and puffiness are diminished.

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Size : 15ml

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Perfect Eye Fluid

This eye care product with the unique Declaré src-complex™ immediately nourishes the delicate skin around the eyes with an intense moisturiser and reduces existing lines and wrinkles. Dark rings and puffiness are diminished. For freshly radiant, revitalised skin around the eyes!

Apply it morning and/or evening. It is also suitable for occasional use in-between with make-up. Apply the fluid in an outward motion, starting from the inside corner of the eye with repeated gentle pressure. If necessary, pat it in lightly with your fingers. It is suitable for all skin types.


INGREDIENTS

Synergistic herbal cocktail - In combination, these highly active plant substances have an intense synergetic effect. They strengthen and improve the properties of the dermis, strengthen the micro-vascular environment and stimulate the skin’s detoxification system. A visible upper eyelid lifting is achieved for the first time, eye wrinkles are measurably reduced, dark circles and puffiness are visibly erased.

  • Albizia Julibrissin (Persian silk tree)
  • Sigesbeckia orientalis
  • Centella asiatica (Indian pennywort)
  • Ruscus aculeatus (butcher’s broom)
  • Calendula officinalis (marigold)

src-complex™

Caffeine - After Friedlieb Ferdinand Runge – on the advice of his friend Johann Wolfgang von Goethe – first succeeded in isolating caffeine from the coffee bean in 1820, the stimulating effect of this substance has been exploited in many different ways. It is also used in cosmetic products to stimulate circulation and metabolism in the skin, which in turn makes the skin even more receptive to further active ingredients.

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