5 Ingredients That Will Make Your Eyes Pop

Target crows feet, fine lines, loss of volume and tired looking eyes with these 5 ingredients 

The skin around the eyes is delicate - so delicate, it is 10x thinner than the rest of the face, and shows signs of aging faster than skin on the rest of the body (rivalled by the hands and décolletage). The eyes is an area we are all aware of - to treat the eyes we should always extend our products to cover the area from the hairline above the brow, down to the corner of the eye. This is where the majority of 'lift' comes from.

Qi beauty has formulated an eye serum that is a synergy of elite active ingredients to improve appearance and function. 

Oil extracted from roasted coffee beans and green coffee beans work with active Gotu Kola Organic to strengthen underlying tissue - what we think of as the foundations of the skin.

The underlying tissue is the support system that gives skin the anatomical position to appear as you want it to - bouncy. 

GoTu Kola organic works to repair and strengthen skin, it is both a natural toner and antioxidant. Although hyper-populiabised, Antioxidants are essential to support Collagen, Elastin and SOD function. 

Horsetail extract, a silica, strengthens skin and mends the severity, size and appearance of damage. In serum form the smaller molecule has greater potential to work below the surface-  to treat the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, pores and scars from below. 

Pomegranate has been receiving a lot of attention due to its remarkable ability to actually target UVA and UVB-induced damage; specifically targeting hyper pigmentation. It is one of the richest sources of antioxidants available.

The final ingredient in this power serum is Palmitoyl Tetrapeptide-5. A synthetic peptide comprised of four amino acids that is clinically used to suppress the production of excess interleukins. Interleukins are the chemical messengers which trigger the body’s acute inflammatory response. Excess interleukins can lead to glycation damage, or the process by which glucose links with proteins and causes them to bind together, stiffening tissue (coarse skin folds), impairing the skin’s support system. The support system, comprised of collagen, elastin and other proteins, are vital in the health, function and recovery of skin in the treatment and prevention of wrinkles, facial sag, and skin tone.