Naturlab - EYE CONTOUR GEL ml. 15

  • 12 Units in Stock


The Reishi extract (Ganoderma lucidum), known for its extraordinary antioxidant properties, jointly with Chlorella algae, African Kigelia and Quillaia Saponaria's extracts, make the Forever Reishi (World's Nature) eye contour gel an essential product for the delicate eye contour area care. The gel helps prevent expression lines, enhance microcirculation, improve skin tightness and smoothness and donate new brightness to your eyes. The raw materials and formula's qualities make this product extremely delicate and well tolerated (Skin tolerance test of the University of Ferrara*).
How to use: apply in the morning and/or evening, slightly tapping with your fingertips for an immediate smoothing effect.
Forever Reishi (World's nature) eye contour enhances cells renewal, prevents aging signs and improves the skin tightness thanks to its innovative formula.

The Reishi extract (Ganoderma lucidum) has been used for millenniums by Chinese traditional medicine, thanks to its highly powerful antioxidant substances. If applied on skin, these substances are able to protect it from free radicals and thus prevent the skin aging process. Furthermore, its inhibitory activity towards thyrosinase, an enzyme produced by skin's melanocytes, is able to donate new brightness to facial skin.
Chlorella Algae is a unicellular algae, which grows on lake surface areas and contains various substances (beta-carotene, vitamins and amino acids) capable of preserving collagen and elastin fibers, essential components of the skin, from the enzymes responsible for their degradation. The Chlorella Algae extract has a reinvigorating and remineralising effect on the skin, promotes epydermis restructuring, microcirculation and skin UV protection.
The African Kigelia and Quillaja Saponaria extracts form an invisible tensor film on the epydermis, which improves the skin tightness making it more tonic and smooth.
All Forever Reishi (World's Nature) products have been tested at the Cosmetology Centre of the University of Ferrara (*) and have been found as optimally tolerated.






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