ICU Intensive Care Eye Serum

Black Chicken Remedies

$41.95

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Eye serum for fine lines, dark circles and puffy eyes

With a light, silky texture, ICU Intensive Care Eye Serum by Black Chicken Remedies revitalizes and brightens the delicate under eye area.

Formulated with organic cucumber seed oil, milk thistle and green coffee seed oil, it quickly absorbs to target and protect against fine lines, wrinkles, dark circles and sag around the eye area. Features a rollerball applicator to gently massage helping reduce the appearance of puffiness and dark circles. 

HOW TO USE:

Shake before using. Roll the applicator gently under the eyes, from the inner to outer corner, two to three times. Use daily, in both your AM and PM routine, for optimal results.

TIP. To help reduce puffiness, chill before use.

INGREDIENTS:
Silybum marianum (Milk Thistle oil), Cucumis Sativus Seed Oil (Cucumber oil), Salvia Hispanica Seed Oil(Chia seed oil), Green Coffee Seed - Liquid Extract, Tocopherol (and) Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil, Lavandula Angustifolia Oil*, Pelargonium Roseum Stem Oil, Coumarin**, Linalool**, Citral**, Citronellol**, Eugenol**, Geraniol**, Limonene** *Certified Organic. **Naturally occurring in essential oils
Q&A

What is the difference between eye cream and eye serum? Eye creams and eye serums often contain similar essential anti-aging ingredients and can offer similar benefits. The biggest difference is the texture. Eye serums tend to be lightweight and absorb quickly making them an ideal choice any time of day. Eye creams tend to be thicker and take longer to absorb and are best used at night.

Should you put eye serum on your eyelids? Your eye cream or eye serum should be applied under your eyes, but it should not go on your top eyelid or directly below your bottom lashes. When you place the serum on your eyelids or lash line – when you blink it may travel into your eyes and cause irritation. We recommend using your ring finger to apply your serum to ensure light pressure is used.

Is eye cream necessary? It depends. The skin around your eyes is one of the first to show signs of aging. Your eye area is lacking in oil glands that help keep this skin moist so you need products that help hydrate the drier skin around your eyes to keep it looking smooth. If you already use a gentle and effective face cream or serum – it may also be perfect for under your eyes.

However, if the skin under your eyes is drier or you are dealing with a specific issue, a targeted eye cream or eye serum can be a valuable addition to your skin care routine.

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