Protects and nourishes for hours.
The vast majority of those on the market are in cream or gel texture. Why create another one?
His explanation is simple but has a lot of logic. The skin around the eyes is extremely thin, delicate and has almost no lipids naturally.
The way to provide that extra oil that you need, and that also lasts for hours and hours, was to create one in the form of a balm.
It is unctuous and highly nutritious. Ideal for the coldest winter days.
Its botanical active ingredients redensify, reduce inflammation and improve the texture of the skin, providing smoothness and acting on the first wrinkles, and attenuating those that already exist.
- We like the cedar for its draining properties. It occurred to us that he would be a good helper for mitigate the bags.
- As it could not be otherwise, there is no shortage of geranium, an exceptional skin regenerator that provides luminosity and firmness.
As it is a balm texture, it spreads twice as much as a cream one.
Cedar and geranium. Very tasty.
How and when do I use it?
Both in the morning and at night.
Apply all over the eye contour, including the eyebrow and upper eyelid, massaging in a circular motion and ending at the temples.
A trick that we like: due to its high regenerating power, it is also ideal applied to the lip contour and on them, nourishing them deeply. This will help you prevent wrinkles.
Ricinus communis seed oil*, Olea europaea fruit oil*, Euphorbia cerifera, Hypericum perforatum extract*, Prunus amygdalus dulcis oil*, Prunus armeniaca kernel oil*, Corylus avellana seed oil*, Copernicia cerifera wax*, Triticum vulgare germ oil, Calendula officinalis flower extract*, Pelargonium graveolens oil, Lavandula hybrida oil*, Cedrus atlantica wood oil*, Origanum majorana leaf oil, Juniperus communis*, Geraniol**, Limonene**, Linalool**, Citral**, Citronellol**
* ingredient from organic farming
** naturally present in essential oils
Amber glass jar with screw cap.