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Don't buy an Eye Creme before reading this!

by Kelli P March 28, 2018

Have you ever thought, "Do I really need an eye cream--can't I just use my moisturizer?"

Eyes, Best Eye Creme for Women over 50 with sensitive skin, EWG Verified, Toxin free, wrinkles, under eye circles, crow's feet

The skin on the eyelids and around the eye is significantly thinner than the rest of the face and is much more sensitive to topical products. Moisturizers can be used around the eye area, but they may cause stinging or burning. The benefit of a creme/gel specifically formulated for the eye area is that it will be less irritating than a typical moisturizer. A properly formulated eye creme/gel will be milder and free of fragrances.

You also want to look for key ingredients in products targeting the eye area. Ingredients such as Peptides (increase the production of collagen and elastin production), Botanical Hyaluronic Acid (moisture binder), Licorice (dark circles), and MSM (brighten).  Vitamins A, C, and Vitamin B5 (deep hydration), Rooibos Leaf Extract (Antioxidant and free radical scavenging properties). 

Parisian's Pure Indulgence offers two eye treatments

 

"What's the difference between your two eye products?

 The differences between the Peptide Line Diminishing Eye Gel and the Luminous Eye Refining creme are distinct. First of all, the Luminous is a creme and the Peptide is a gel in texture. 

Cremes by nature are more hydrating upon application. The Luminous softens fine lines, as it hydrates. It also fights dark circles. 
 
The Peptide Eye Gel immediately tightens the fine lines around our eyes as it assists in reducing puffiness. The gel is cool and soothing and you notice smoothness fairly quickly. Long-term use maximizes these results.

 

Luminous Key Benefits: Parisians Pure Indulgence Luminous Eye Cream, dark circles, wrinkles, crows feet, EWG, toxin free, sensitive skin

  • helps diminish the look of fine lines around eyes
  • brightens the appearance of dark circles
  • ultra-hydrating Vitamin A, C, and Vitamin B5
  • non-irritating formula for allergy-prone eyes.
  • 68% Organic - Vegan
  • Pro-aging Rooibos Leaf extract

Sarah J- NY writes:

 

 "I ordered this cream a month ago. It's the first eye cream I've found that doesn't make my eyes tear. It's reducing the crows feet too. Thank you!"

 

 Peptide Line Diminishing Eye Gel

 Best Peptide Eye Gel for women over 50 with sensitive skin, EWG Verified, toxin free, wrinkles around eyes, dark circles

  • Targets fine lines
  • Addresses crepey under-eye skin
  • Reduces the look of under-eye puffiness
  • #1 Rating by EWG Verified
  • 72% Organic 
  • Peptides - promote collagen and elastin support

Anne A., CA writes:

 

"When I apply this eye gel, my skin tingles. And the next morning, I can see a visible difference in the plumpness and elasticity around my eyes. And you have to love products that are 72% organic. It's better for me and better for the world!"

 

Our eyes are the first thing others notice about us. What are your eyes saying about you?

 

 




Kelli P
Kelli P

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Kelli Parisian - Founder of Parisian's Pure Indulgence Organic Skin Care. Contributing writer to LivingBetter50 online Woman's Magazine. Come along with me, and learn how to have a healthy, vibrant, beautiful life after 50!


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See what people are saying!


My skin is glowing
It’s been almost two weeks since I started Retinol treatment. Wow, what a change, my skin is glowing! I’m noticing fine lines disappearing. I’m so impressed with all Parisians products but this is by far my favorite ~ Lynda F. CA

Great Product!
I have been using the Peptide Line Diminishing Eye Gel for several months now and have noticed that my eyes appear brighter and less “tired”. The puffiness is less and the skin under them is brighter. ~ Jeanne M. NC

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