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YEOUTH’s Retinol Eye Cream delivers powerful moisturizing and firming ingredients that give age-defying results. It works to fight the most stubborn signs of aging, including fine wrinkles, crow’s feet, fine lines, discoloration, and loss of elasticity and firmness on the eye area. The lightweight yet powerful cream targets the delicate skin of the eye area, infusing it with moisture and helping it to regain its suppleness. The eye area appears firmed and hydrated as skin regains a smoother, more even appearance.
Retinol steps in to repair the damage caused by environmental assault. Environmental damage is unavoidable but we can take steps to block free radicals from causing further aging to our skin. Together with four other key ingredients - Hyaluronic Acid, Green Tea, Caffeine, and Ginseng - YEOUTH’s Retinol Eye Cream protects your skin from premature aging.
Retinol - Promotes the healing of damaged cells, thus restoring their healthy function. Encourages healthy skin regeneration, helping fade dark spots, acne scars, and hyperpigmentation. It also hastens the production rate of elastin and collagen to keep the skin as youthful as ever.
Hyaluronic Acid - has the amazing ability to hold large amounts of water – it can hold up to 1000x its own weight, making it the ultimate hydrating agent. It is naturally occurring in the body but less and less of it is available to the skin as we age. A regular dose is a must for youthful-looking skin.
Green Tea - Highly abundant with antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals that delays the premature signs of aging by combating free radicals that damage the skin.
Caffeine and Ginseng - are loaded with potent antioxidants that carry numerous benefits. Topically applied, these ingredients provide a rejuvenating effect due to its ability to boost collagen synthesis and fight free radical damage. - 15 hours ago