Eye Treatments

To nourish and dispel the inflammatory reactions around the eye area which can result in dark circles, dehydration and puffiness

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best treatment for under eye bags?

The best treatment for under eye bags is using ingredients that aid the draining of the tissues around the eyes. Our Active Super Eye Serum has been clinically proven to significantly reduce dark circles and under eye bags. Our independent tests showed all the men and women (aged between 40 and 64) saw a significant reduction when examined using a 3D scanner to capture images of the dark circles and bags under the eyes. Our actives have been specifically chosen to target the dark, blueish and purple undertones around the eye and puffiness. Elderberry flower reduces inflammation and acts on the proteins under the eyes to ensure a visible reduction to the delicate tissue that can become puffy. Drainage promoting ingredients are key when treating under eye bags, caffeine is one of the most well known ingredients, we at Wildsmith Skin use Green Coffee extract rich in caffeine and polyphenols that combat free radicals and help reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles and provide antioxidant protection. Under eye bags and dark circles can be hereditary or caused by the skin thinning and ageing, diet, allergies and lack of sleep can also contribute to the eye tissue appearing darker and causing shadows.

What are eye serums?

Eye serums are concentrated and powerfully effective at targeting specific conditions around the eyes. The appearance of dark circles, puffiness, undereye bags, lines and wrinkles, hooding of the eyelids and crepiness all can be reduced using eye serums. Our Active Super Eye Serum is lightweight and packed with powerful actives to target the eye area. Clinically proven to significantly reduce dark circles and under eye bags. Our independent tests showed all the men and women (aged between 40 and 64) saw a significant reduction when examined using a 3D scanner to capture images of the dark circles and bags under the eyes. Scientifically proven to deliver an anti-wrinkle effect, smoothing and softening the appearance of lines and wrinkles. The tissue around the eyes felt smoother tighter and puffiness was reduced.  

What do eye serums treat?

Eye serums treat dark circles, puffiness, under eye bags, shadows, lines and wrinkles, crepiness, crows feet, dryness, sensitivity, hooding of the eye lids and eye tissue ageing. The tissue around the eye is extremely fragile, structurally thin and no functioning oil glands to hydrate, this causes the tissue to crease easily and simply dry out. Our Active Super Eye Serum is clinically proven to reduces the appearance of dark circles, undereye bags puffiness, lines and wrinkles, crepiness and dryness.

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