Apply 1 drop to fingertip to share between both eyes. Apply to the under eye area and follow around the orbital bone. Avoid tear duct and lash lines. Apply to clean skin prior to primary moisturizer.
Use within 6 months of opening and within 18 months of the manufacture date found on the bottom of the bottle.
Evening Primrose Oil – Freshly pressed and produced just for our line, this California made organic, raw oil reduces inflammation with its vast essential fatty acid profile, while it aids in reducing the appearance of fine lines.
Red Grape Seed Oil – One of our most potent seed oils, this is not Grape Seed Oil as most know it. It is a deep forest green and smells of grapes; these are indicators of its quality and purity. Its scent and color indicate its high vitamin and nutrient content. It is deeply restorative to cellular damage and is specific to the delicate eye area.
Cranberry Seed Oil – A source of abundant carotenes and polyphenols, this lightweight astringent oil has been found to repair and prevent cellular damage, including damage induced by UV rays. It has a unique fatty acid profile that instantly plumps and smoothes fine lines.
Bilberry – This tiny black berry contains powerful antioxidants which strengthen blood vessels and capillary walls for a reduction in the appearance of dark circles.
White Rose – Our Organic White Rose essential oil is gentle and soothing to the skin, while deeply supportive to connective tissue. Rose reduces the appearance of fine lines and is a powerful free radical scavenger.
Full Ingredient List: Jojoba Oil˚, Rosehip Fruit + Seed Oil˚, Almond Oil˚, Evening Primrose Oil˚, Borage Seed Oil˚, Red Grape Seed Oil˚, Pomegranate Seed Oil˚, Cranberry Seed Oil˚, Red Raspberry Seed Oil˚, Rosemary Extract˚; House Made Whole Plant Extracts of Rosehips˚, Bilberry˚, Licorice˚, Calendula˚, Nettle˚, Fennel˚, Gotu Kola˚, Comfrey˚, Chamomile˚; Essential Oils of Rose˚, Roman Chamomile˚, Sandalwood˚
˚signifies certified organic ingredient
What is the difference between the Eye Serum and the Eye Balm?
Both the Eye Serum and the Eye Balm contain very similar plants that perform very similar actions. They both address inflammation, puffiness, fine lines, and dark circles. The only difference is textural. The Eye Balm has a much richer texture for those who need even more moisture.