Our rich nutritive Eye Crème has been specifically formulated for this extremely vulnerable area of the face. Our phospholipids lecithin based emulsion allows the nutrients to be delivered deep into the layer of the skin.
Our Eye Care Crème contains:
- Phospholipids to deliver extra nutrients deep into the skin
Formulated to not clog the glands around the eye
Must be applied sparingly during the day
How to use: Always use small amounts during the day, never at night. Using finger tip, gently dab a very small amount around under eye and outer under eye area. Avoid reaching the lash extremities and concentrate on the facial part of the eye lids.
Organic Aloe Vera - Vegetable Glycerin - Vegetable emulsifying wax - Seaweed extract - Organic Shea butter - Organic non GMO SoyLecithin – Organic Herbal infusions: (Eyebright, Slippery Elm, Comfrey Root, Marshmallow root & Oatstraw) - Organic Plant Oils: (Sunflower, Olive, Jojoba Seed, Tamanu, Rosehip seed, Avocado, Evening Primrose, Argan, Macademia nut) - Organic Hydrolates (Rose, Cornflower) - Vitamin E (d-α-tocopheryl acetate) - Sage & Rosemary Antioxidants – Xantham gum – Sodium benzoate – Potassium sorbate - Organic essential oils: (Lavender, German Chamomile).
Dr. Paul's Technical Boulevard: An eye cream is a special type of cream rich in nutrients but light enough to avoid clogging the glands around the eye. The dermis or inner layer of the skin around the eyes is much thinner than on the face. Since the dermis is the layer of the skin which brings nutrients to the outer layer (epidermis), we can understand how important it is to bring more extensive care to this area of the skin. A cream brings added physical protection, which tends to be a good thing, but unfortunately, if too "waxy", the wax emulsion may cause clogging of the glands in the eye area. The eye area is abundant with sudoriparous merocrine glands, and the clogging of these can result in damages such as styes to the eye. A fatty oil would be preferable, but in turn would not bring proper physical protection to the area. It is therefore even more important not to put creams around the eye at night time, and put minimal amounts during the day.