Ultimate guide to eye care

The skin around your eyes is thinner and more sensitive than other areas. Your eye area is prone to puffiness, dryness, fine lines, and dark circles. 

To combat these issues, try using specific eye skincare to soothe and hydrate your eye area.


Why do you need an eye cream?


The skin around the eyes is delicate and thin. So, it needs to be stimulated, protected, hydrated and exfoliated very gently. 

Dark circles, bags under the eyes, dryness and sensitivity can be alleviated with effective products and good skincare rituals.


Dark circles and puffiness


If you have dark circles under your eyes and suffer from puffiness, you will need a formula with calming, hydrating, tightening and firming ingredients. A gel texture is also recommended.


The ASI HydraLift Eye Gel

A hydrating compound for firming and plumping

A potent cosmeceutical serum formulated with highly active Peptides and Hyaluronic acid to deliver intense hydration with a firming and plumping effect.

Enhance hydration and illumination, while reducing the appearance of fine lines, dehydration, dark circles, and under-eye puffiness.


Dryness and sensitivity


If your eye area is prone to dryness and sensitivity you will need a formula with antioxidants, cell-communicating and skin healing ingredients. It will help with making your skin cells healthier, building collagen, lightening discoloration and restoring the skin barrier.


The ASI Pure Hydration Concentrate

An ultra hydrating treatment

A potent cosmeceutical concentrate loaded with pure Hyaluronic Acid and restorative Vitamin C. 

Replenish and boost skin with the ultimate hydration.


Targets - dehydration, fine lines, wrinkles, and sensitivity.


How to apply your eye cream?


After cleansing your face and applying your serums and moisturiser, take a pea-size amount of eye cream or gel with your finger and dab small dots under and around your eyes and on the brow bone.

Never pull the skin.

Instead, gently pat the cream or gel from the eye’s inner corner to its outer corner until it’s absorbed.


Wait a couple of minutes before applying your sunscreen or makeup to ensure the product is completely absorbed.

 

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