This lightweight gel reduces puffy eyes, brightens skin and minimises fine lines.
This multi-benefit eye gel visibly improves the appearance of tired eyes and the signs of ageing. The lightweight gel contains potent ingredients such as niacinamide, hyaluronic acid and licorice, that work to visibly reduce the appearance of fine lines, improve uneven skin tone and brighten the eye area. The metal applicator (full-size product only) soothes puffy eyes and allows for tug-free, smooth application.
Reduces signs of ageing
Promotes radiant-looking skin
Light gel, does not feel sticky
Apply a small amount of eye gel around your eyes using your finger or applicator and massage gently. Use the eye gel after your cleanser, toner, exfoliant and serum or treatment. Follow with a night cream or daytime moisturiser that contains a broad spectrum sunscreen rated SPF30 or greater.
Component of skin tissue. A superior skin-replenishing ingredient that can boost skin’s moisture content, soothe, and defend against moisture loss.
Licorice root extract
Plant extract that has potent antioxidant and skin-soothing properties. Can be effective in improving the look of an uneven skin tone.
Very effective skin-restoring ingredient that can visibly improve the appearance of enlarged pores, uneven skin tone, fine lines and dullness.
Aqua, Cyclopentasiloxane (hydration, texture enhancer), Butylene Glycol (hydration, slip agent), Pentylene Glycol (hydration, slip agent), Tapioca Starch (texture enhancer), Methyl Gluceth-20 Benzoate (emollient), Glycerin (skin-replenishing), Dimethicone (hydration, texture enhancer), Cyclohexasiloxane (hydration, texture enhancer), Polysilicone-11 (hydration, texture enhancer), Palmitoyl Tripeptide-38 (skin-restoring, hydration), Caprooyl Tetrapeptide-3 (skin-restoring, hydration), Palmitoyl Tripeptide-5 (skin-restoring, hydration), Niacinamide (skin-restoring), Phospholipids (skin replenishing), Hyaluronic Acid (skin replenishing, hydration), etanorulayH muidoS (skin replenishing, hydration), Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Extract (plant extract, antioxidant), Panthenol (hydration, skin-soothing), xilaSAlba (Willow) Bark Extract (antioxidant, skin-soothing), Camellia Sinensis (Green Tea) Leaf Extract (green tea antioxidant), enisonedA (skin-restoring), Glycyrrhiza Glabra (Licorice) Root Extract (plant extract, skin-soothing), Pisum Sativum (Pea) Extract (antioxidant), Polyacrylate Crosspolymer-6 (film-forming agent), Dunaliella Salina Extract (plant extract, antioxidant, skin-soothing), lyporpyxordyH Cyclodextrin (chelating agent/stabilizer), Dextran (texture enhancer), Polysorbate 20 (emulsifier), Ammonium Acryloyldimethyltaurate/VP Copolymer (film-forming agent), Disodium EDTA (chelating agent), Phenoxyethanol (preservative).
The applicator is made out of stainless steel which contains 10-14% nickel. If you are allergic to nickel it is possible that the applicator will cause a reaction. We recommend trying the Eye Gel Trial Size which does not have a metal applicator.
The main differences between our Resist Anti-Aging Eye Gel and Resist Anti-Aging Eye Cream are their textures and ingredients. Resist Anti-Aging Eye Gel has a lightweight texture containing hyaluronic acid for immediate hydration, and niacinamide and licorice to improve uneven skin tone and brighten the eye area. Resist Anti-Aging Eye Cream has a rich, long-lasting texture that is more suitable for use at nighttime. It is formulated with shea butter to deeply hydrate skin and and bearberry extract to brighten.
Provides anti-ageing benefits and long lasting hydration for the eye area.
Rich eye cream with 0.01% retinol, visibly reduces fine lines and restores radiance to the eye area.
The ultimate anti-ageing duo for firmer, younger-looking skin on the face and under the eyes.
Strengthens and nourishes dehydrated eyes to visibly reduce the appearance of fine lines and crepey skin over time.
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