This eye serum does it all—brightens, depuffs, and targets dark circles.
We've all been there—up all night tending to a baby or meeting a deadline. But did you know that consistent lack of sleep can lead to premature aging around the eyes and persistent dark circles? So when you find yourself short on sleep, an eye treatment that prevents long-term damage to your delicate eye area is a must.
Our complete eye serum is packed with nourishing vitamins and natural actives that target signs of eye fatigue like fine lines, dark circles, and puffiness while protecting against the effects of pollution and blue light for long term anti-aging benefits. This water-based eye serum instantly absorbs without feeling greasy, and won’t alter makeup application.
We selected silk tree bark extract and darutoside to provide visible lift and firmness to the undereye skin. These botanicals help visibly reduce crow’s feet wrinkles, dark circles, and puffiness.
Our peptide solution of acetyl tetrapeptide-5 and glycerin helps improve the appearance of the eye contour and helps improve the appearance of eyebags.
• Silk tree bark extract helps to reduce the appearance of dark circles, sagging, and puffiness
• Tetrapeptides helps reduce puffiness
• Stabilized vitamin C helps protect against environmental stressors, evens and brightens skin tone
• Squalane and hyaluronic acid help keep skin hydrated and reduce fine lines and wrinkles
• Ceramides soothe and help protect skin
• Clinically tested. Will not irritate eyes
Carefully apply a thin layer around the eye area after cleansing, AM and PM. Allow serum to absorb before applying moisturizer. Follow with a broad-spectrum sunscreen during the day.
Our bottles are made from post-consumer recycled plastic, with outer carton paper from sustainably managed forests. The bottles, pumps, and caps are made of the same material—no inner metal springs—which means everything can be recycled together.
Outer cartons, shipper boxes, and packing material can be recycled with paper.
Completely empty bottles, pumps, and caps can be recycled with #7 plastics—check to make sure your local facility accepts them.