It’s a hat trick – eye cream, serum and moisturiser all from elemental herbology. The last time I was this obsessed by a skincare range was when I discovered Decléor 20 years ago.
10 patents, 20 actives, 6 bio oils later and we have an eye cream that is not too thick in consistency and suitable for (my) sensitive skin. It is meant to work on fine lines/wrinkles, dark circles and puffiness. I can vouch for the area under and around my eyes looking a bit plumper, and for dark circles to look reduced too. I don’t suffer much from puffiness around the eyes so cannot vouch for that.
It’s definitely an anti-ageing one that is helping to fix some of the crepiness that has started to appear under my eyes. My bête noir.
Blue-green algae, kombuchka, hematite, rose water, plant peptides, macademia nut oil, grapeseed oil, and lavender oil are just some of the ingredients contained in this eye cream, with most coming from 100% natural sources.
I love what this brand stands for and the fact that it is focussed on feeding skin whilst respecting its natural balance, and not subjecting it to too many harsh ingredients. You can buy this eye cream here for £43 for 15ml. If I had one criticism, it would be the packaging – the pump is not covered so you cannot pack it for a weekend away because it ends up leaking. Pretty packaging that is more aesthetic than it is practical. Shame 🙂
Sounds great! Shame about not being able to take it travelling though!