This divinely light and velvety 2-in-1 treatment targets aging and fatigue signs. Dark circles and puffiness are diminished leaving eyes revitalised. Delicate eye and lip areas are toned.
OPHTALMOLOGICALLY TESTED – HYPOALLERGENIC – PARABEN FREE – PHENOXYETHANOL FREE
Apply to the eye and lip contours (morning/evening).
Type Of Skin50 years old + / Very mature skin
- Wrinkles and fi ne lines from dehydration: – 21%
- Bags: – 37%
- Signs of fatigue: – 25%
- Dark circles: – 43%
Clinical trial on Fucus Vesiculosus & Red Vine Complex on 22 women with Marine Life Eye & Lip Contour versus placebo after 28 days of twice daily use.
Fucus Vesiculosus Algae & Red Vine complex 2,5% : anti-fatigue.
AQUA (WATER)/EAU, GLYCERIN, CAPRYLIC/CAPRIC TRIGLYCERIDE, OLEYL ERUCATE, PROPANEDIOL, SODIUM ACRYLATES COPOLYMER, 1,2-HEXANEDIOL, PENTYLENE GLYCOL, HYDROLYZED ULVA LACTUCA EXTRACT, FUCUS VESICULOSUS EXTRACT, ALGAE EXTRACT, UNDARIA PINNATIFIDA EXTRACT, PALMARIA PALMATA EXTRACT, VITIS VINIFERA (GRAPE) LEAF EXTRACT, LECITHIN, INULIN LAURYL CARBAMATE, BISABOLOL, MENTHYL LACTATE, ADENOSINE, TOCOPHEROL, XANTHAN GUM, GLYCINE SOJA (SOYBEAN) OIL, CITRIC ACID, TETRASODIUM GLUTAMATE DIACETATE, ALCOHOL, DECYLENE GLYCOL, HEXYLENE GLYCOL, CAPRYLYL GLYCOL, O-CYMEN-5-OL, MICA, CI 77491 (IRON OXIDES)
Our marine complex
Anti-wrinkle, firming, anti-sagging, anti-blemish
, , and seaweed. Activates 35youth genes.*
*Genetic testing by Philippe Benech, PhD science and genetics, former director of the CNRS.
This large feather-shaped brown seaweed is hard to find on the French coastline. It is generally found in the cold coastal waters of the Atlantic, particularly the coasts of the British Isles and Asia.
Though it originated in Asia, today wakame is widespread in Brittany, where it is cultivated at sea. It is also found in other locations around the world: Europe, Tasmania, New Zealand, Asia and Argentina.
Dictyopteris membranacea is mainly found on the coasts of the Atlantic, in France and on the American coasts.
Its appearance could be confused with a leaf of lettuce, which earned it the common name sea lettuce. It is very thin yet very strong and is bright green in color. It can be found along the entire French coast, including Brittany and Normandy.