Organicspa eye treat
rejuvenate, refine, repair
skin types normal, mature and dry
Organicspa eye treat is specially formulated to assist with actively treating the delicate skin around the eyes.
Eye treat features Vitamins, plant stem cells and organic oils to continuously hydrate, illuminate the eye area and help reduce the look of fine lines and wrinkles.
Features & Benefits
Laminaria Digitata Extract
Also know as Atlantic kelp, this ex tract stabilises the skin hyd ration and rejuvenates
adult stem cells in the dermis by prolonging tissue youth. Stimulates collagen
synthesis by rejuvenating fibroblasts in the skin.
Ascorbyl Glucoside (2%)
AA2G (Vitamin C)
The stabilised Vitamin C prevents pigmentation of the skin by suppressing
melanin synthesis in melanocytes. It also has the ability to reduce the amount of
pre-existing melanin, resulting in a lighter pigmentation of the skin.
Snow flake (Leucojum Aestivum
This bulb extract is pa r t of the anti-aging technology named DORMINs that
captures and transfers flower bulbs do r mancy. Found to slow down of melanocytes
proliferation and melanin synthesis inhibition. This plant ex tract also reduces the
effect of and protects the skin from free radicals.
Rosehip Oil* Extracted from the fruit of the rose, Rosehip Oi l is rich in antioxidants, Vitamin C, Vitamin A and Lycopene. A proven antioxidant, Lycopene has been found to reduce fine lines and counter- balance the drying effects of the sun. It is effective treatment in helping to regenerate damaged skin tissues and increasing the cell renewal process.
Ribose A natural potent cellular energiser. Derived from sugar. Helps improve skin
elasticity, brightens the complexion and aids in refining fine lines.
Lactic Acid (0.5%) Lactic acid encourages faster shedding of the upper skin cells for new cell regeneration. The acid is a great humectant and helps to trap in the skin’s natural moisture and oil contents. Derived from fermented fruits and vegetables.
Use morning and night after cleansing. Gently pat a thin layer onto the orbital bone and on top of the brow.