The best eye cream for dark circles and puffy eyes is actually a gel. Instant Help Eye Gel soothes and calms tired eyes, plus reduces redness and puffiness.
- Uses traditional herbal remedies for tired, swollen, irritated eyes.
- Suitable for sensitive skin around the eyes..
- Promotes elasticity and firmness.
- Improves dark under-eye circles with continued use.
How to Use
- Apply as often as desired or a.m. and p.m.
- Use the tips of both fourth fingers and apply enough Gel to be able to gently pat it above and below eyes. Make sure to smooth out any excess Gel or this will 'flake'.
- Firming Rehydration Eye Creme can then also be applied, either all over the eye area for extra benefits or just around the edges of the Gel to soften any ‘firmness’.
- Tip: Keep tube in the fridge and apply first thing in the morning for a gently stimulating and refreshing eye ‘lift’.
Freshly extracted organic Aloe Barbadensis juice from Qld (not the usual denatured powder from China), Corn Xanthan Gum, Herbalist-made fresh whole extracts of Witch Hazel (USA) (not the clear, alcohol-based version), Calendula Flowers (Australia), Lavender (France); Hypericum (St John’s herb) Flowers (Australia), Herbalist-made fresh whole extracts of Eyebright (Bulgaria), Passionflower (Australia), Rosehip Husk (Chile), Chamomile Flowers (France), Yarrow (Australia), Cornsilk (Lockyer Valley, Queensland), Rose Geranium (Kenya), natural vitamin E, Natural Preserving System: Leucidal (Radish Root Ferment), Phytocide (Sambucus Nigra Fruit Ext), Gluconolactone (found naturally in fruit), Sodium Benzoate and Potassium Sorbate (both food preservatives)
Green denotes nutritive, active herbal ingredients. These are either certified organic or wild grown. All plant extracts are freshly made in our laboratory.
An important fact: this Eye Gel is based purely on plant extracts.
By contrast, other Eye Gels are based on synthetic gelling agents called Carbomer (or Carbopol) that are drying to skin. Carbomer is also the gelling agent used to make hair gels. When synthetic gelling agents are used, another ‘unfriendly to skin’ chemical called Triethanolamine must also then be used - to counter the very high acidity that Carbomers create.