St.Botanica Hyaluronic Acid Hydra Boost Under Eye Recovery Serum helps to reduce the under-eye skin imperfections that give you the tired and aged appearance. Most of your skin issues can be avoided when your skin stays persistently hydrated. The key moisturizing ingredient in the serum is hyaluronic acid. This natural humectant seals moisture into the skin, thereby helping in smoothing and firming the delicate under-eye skin. The fast-absorbing serum supplies vitamins essential for maintaining the healthy texture of the skin. The non-greasy serum easily penetrates the skin and soothes and nourishes it, thereby helping in repairing the micro-damages and stimulating microcirculation. Botanical extracts in the serum rich in antioxidants and skin lightening and firming constituents work synergistically with vitamins and other substances to restore the smooth, radiant and healthy eye contour. This under eye serum does not contain mineral oil and potentially toxic chemicals such as paraben, phthalate, and sulfates. It is safe for the sensitive area of your facial skin. It is a cruelty-free vegan product and has not been tested on animals. St.Botanica is part of PETA’s Beauty without Bunnies program.
Hyaluronic acid holds moisture into the skin and helps in retaining the natural smooth appearance of the skin.
Matrixyl 3000 is an innovative peptide that helps to promote collagen synthesis.
Hydrolyzed milk protein forms a protective film on the skin and seals moisture into the skin.
Vitamin B3 or niacinamide when used topically helps in improving the texture and tone of the skin and may reduce fine lines.
Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant and is crucial for collagen synthesis.
Combining vitamin E with vitamin C has a powerful photoprotective effect on the skin.
Topical caffeine temporarily shrinks the dilated blood vessels that give the under-eye area the darkened appearance.
How To Use
Gently pat the serum onto the under-eye area with the tip of the ring finger. Use in the morning & at night for best results. Avoid direct contact with the eyes.