Neocutis Lumiere Bio-restorative Eye Cream with PSP, Anti-aging, 0.5 Ounce
- Works to reduce the appearance of dark circles and puffiness with caffeine, bisabolol and sodium hyaluronate, in combination with the effective complex, PSP
- PSP revives skin, causing it to become softer, firmer, younger- and healthier-looking
- Fragrance- and colorant-free, Lumiere Bio-Restorative Eye Cream is ultra-gentle for the delicate eye area
- The skin around the eyes is left softer, stronger and younger-looking
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Top Customer Reviews
I love this product and use it every day. My dermatologist also recommended I try using it alongside NuNutrients vitamin C serum to help my skin absorb some of the moisture that I’m applying to my skin with the Neocutis cream. Seeing as I’m already spending ~50$ per bottle for this, I figured I could afford an extra 30 or 40 bucks on the vitamin C. Im glad I did, my skin has never felt so soft and looked so young! I would say prior to using Vitamin C, I was only getting about 30% of the effect of the cream on my skin, so it is well worth complementing both. I recommend you do a little research on it, I think most people don’t realize that moisturizers alone can’t get you to the promise-land, you have to help you skin absorb the moisturizer in order to get the full benefits of it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The transaction was great! However, it made no difference to my dark circle. I have been using the product for almost a month in a half.Published 1 day ago by Negin Ghazizadeh
I like the consistency however I haven't seen much of an improvement in my skin, I would say not worth the money.Published 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
I love these products which are highly recommended by our dermatologist.Published 11 days ago by Sibyl Brewster
Great eye cream. Last all work day and minimizes the dry eye/skin feeling I get after being in a building that cools air at all times of the year. Read morePublished 18 days ago by D. Thompson