Eye Sculpt – The Eye Gel That Actually Works

Eye Sculpt – The Eye Gel That Actually Works

This peptide-packed gel is more than an ordinary eye cream, that's for sure.

As you're building or updating your skin care routine, don't neglect that delicate area around your eyes. It's prone to fine lines, wrinkles and crow's feet – telltale signs of aging.

But we've got you covered. Cue Eye Sculpt, our lightweight, fast-absorbing eye gel that hydrates your skin, minimizes those fine lines and decreases unwanted puffiness and dark circles. (Seriously, it's like a good night's sleep in a bottle.)

Here's why you should throw all your other eye creams away.

SPECIALIZED INGREDIENTS:

Similar to Youth Serum, Eye Sculpt is formulated with hyaluronic acid to hydrate and retain moisture. But more than that, Eye Sculpt contains a trio of peptides that specifically address common eye area concerns. One peptide gently relaxes the area around your eyes to help reduce the appearance of crow's feet, one softens fine lines caused by facial expression and one reduces puffiness and enhances elasticity. Plus, we added allantoin for its soothing and protective properties that help stimulate new tissue growth, too.

SILKY-SMOOTH TEXTURE:

While we're at it, let's talk about Eye Sculpt's texture. Unlike those thick, goopy creams you'll find on the market (or in your mom's skin care cabinet), Eye Sculpt has a lightweight gel consistency that's cool to the touch, easy to apply and quick to absorb.

EASY APPLICATION:

Effective yet gentle enough for both morning and evening use, Eye Sculpt is suitable for all skin types. Just pat it around your eye area – after cleansing, toning and before applying serums – for visibly smoother, more youthful-looking skin.


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