BWC Nourishing Eye Gel is a light, oil-free, moisturizing
gel that nurtures and protects the delicate eye contour from
dehydration and signs of aging. Time-release formula combines
powerful anti-oxidants, replenishing mois-turizers, and organic
botanicals to help neutralize sun and environmental damage for
soft, smooth, youthful skin. Use regularly for best results. Extra
Use: Beneficial for the backs of hands. 1 oz. bottle is
Ingredients: Organic lavender hydrosol, botanical
infusion (green tea, grapeseed, ginkgo biloba), vegetable glycerin,
lecithin liposomes (time-release anti-oxidants: vitamins E & A,
extracts of green tea, grapeseed, and gingko biloba), so-dium
hyaluronate (powerful moisturizer), oat protein, lecithin liposomes
(time-release moisturizers: panthenol, sodium pca), oat beta
glucan, organic cucumber extract, soy protein, xanthan gum,
antioxidant complex: vitamin E (natural d-alpha tocopherol) and
vitamin A (retinyl palmitate), beta carotene, phenoxyethanol,
benzyl alcohol, potassium sorbate, azulene, citric acid (from
citrus fruit). pH balanced • Paraben Free • Organic
Average Rating: (From 3 Reviews):
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This stuff really works!
From Beth Sopko of New York, New York on .
I've been using this product a week, and there's a noticeable improvement in elasticity of the skin around my eyes. As a longtime contact-lens wearer, I had noticed my lenses were getting harder to pop out, so I decided to try this eye gel.
Perfect for overnight and during the day; I'm hooked!
I've been using it for years!!!!
From ruthie stone-holt of los angeles, California on .
It really moisturizes the delicate skin around my eyes. Very gentle. Soaks in and doen't leave me feeling like I have anything on. Great stuff. I just wish it came in a bigger bottle!
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From Rachel Donovan of San Francisco, California on .
I use this, along with the gingko ultimate eye cream by nature's gate, on my eye area morning and night. I've been using eye creams since I was about 12 years old, because I was already getting crow's feet (smile wrinkles around the eyes) even back then! I really enjoy this combination of eye creams that I'm using right now. It feels realy good on the skin. And I'm a big proponent of eye creams because 20 years later, my crow's feet have not gotten any worse, I don't think.