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Why use an eye cream?

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The skin around your eyes needs special love and attention. It’s true. It’s a fact even. It's like ten times thinner than the skin around the rest of your face. So you really should avoid popping products here that aren’t designed to look after this super delicate area.


GNESS Twice-a-Day Eye Cream 18ml tube LR REF (1)-676Twice-a-Day Eye Cream is a specialist, fragrance-free moisturiser for your eyes. We’ve designed this bad boy to give all the lovin’ goodness your observers need. Sporting this cream (yep, you guessed it, twice a day) delivers mega-omeganess from our three key oils:
Certified organic chia seed oil
Coconut oil
Avocado oil
Certified organic chia seed oil has a perfect 3:1 ratio of omega 3 to omega 6 essential fatty acids. This perfect balance helps to nourish and hydrate for healthy, tighter and brighter looking skin. Plus it has this kick-arse anti-inflammatory property to help reduce redness and puffiness.

Along with these three nourishing ninjas, Twice-a-Day Eye Cream has botanical witch hazel extract, which has a facelift-like effect, and eyebright extract, which calms and soothes, and also helps to reduce puffiness. 👊

Anyone and everyone can use this one. With its fragrance-free formulation, it’ll be ideal for super-sensitive skin types. We totally recommend using it twice a day. Once in the morning (it makes a great base for make-up application, almost like a primer – trust us you’ll love it) and again at night.

In what order we hear you ask?
Step 1 – cleanse, plus optional step – scrub
Step 2 – few drops of Certified Organic Chia Seed Oil
Step 3 – dot and dab Twice-a-day Eye Cream
Step 4 – moisturise baby

And of course, Twice-a-Day Eye Cream ticks all our other Goodness boxes:
Vegan-friendly
No animal testing
Recyclable packaging
Biodegradable and grey-water safe
No-nonsense ingredients

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