Retinol Eye Gel is formulated especially for the delicate eye area and contains a pure, gentle and cutting-edge microencapsulated retinol that firms, tightens and strengthens the skin, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
By encapsulating the retinol, as well as adding soothing and hydrating ingredients like allantoin, niacinamide and bisabolol, beautiful results are achieved in comfort.
With ring finger, gently pat under the eyes, along the brow bone, and over crow’s feet, being careful not to rub or stretch the delicate skin. Use in the evening only.
Caution: Do not use if you are pregnant, lactating or planning to become pregnant. Use AlumierMD sunscreen during the day and limit sun exposure while using the product and for a week following discontinuation. For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes, eyelids and mucous membranes. Keep out of reach of children.
Microencapsulated Retinol (0.1%): A vitamin A derivative and antioxidant that reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and improves texture and tone by strengthening skin, improving elasticity and increasing skin turnover. Retinol also targets blemish-prone skin by unclogging pores and enhances skin tone by reducing the appearance of hyperpigmentation. Encapsulated retinol allows for a slow release into the skin overnight minimizing side effects, so you can enjoy all the benefits of retinol with little to no irritation!
Niacinamide (vitamin B3): Niacinamide increases ceramide and free fatty acids in the skin, which are key components of its protective lipid barrier. Along with keeping in moisture and boosting hydration, it also brightens skin, calms redness and increases tolerance to topical retinoids.
Allantoin: A plant extract that increases water content in the skin and enhances exfoliation, improving skin smoothness.
Bisabolol: The main component of the oil extracted from chamomile, bisabolol is known for its soothing and skin restoring properties.
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