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Refresh, hydrate and brighten the delicate skin around the eyes with this certified natural eye gel from clean beauty experts, Trilogy.
To ensure compatibility we recommend patch testing before first use in the unlikely event of a negative reaction, discontinue use and consult your medical professional.
With brightening vitamin C, plumping hyaluronic acid, hydrating aloe vera and antioxidant-rich daisy extract, this lightweight and nourishing eye gel with a cooling ceramic applicator wand invigorates tired, puffy eyes.
Holds NATRUE Natural Cosmetic certification which also ensures no animal testing and no GMO.
Made in New Zealand.
Suitable for all skin types, especially those with dull skin.
Aqua (water), Aloe barbadensis (aloe vera) leaf juice, Glycerin, Pentylene glycol, Bellis perennis (daisy) flower extract, Sodium ascorbyl phosphate (vitamin C), Rosa canina (rosehip) seed oil, Sodium hyaluronate, Xanthan gum, Citrus nobilis (mandarin orange) peel oil, Citric acid, Potassium sorbate, Sodium benzoate, Phenethyl alcohol, Sodium chloride, Potassium chloride, Disodium phosphate, Potassium phosphate, Benzyl alcohol**, Dehydroacetic acid**, limonene*
*Components of natural essential oils
**Preserved with Dehydroacetic acid and Benzyl alcohol
99.2% of total ingredients are from natural origin.
Gently squeeze while sweeping the applicator across your undereye area. Dab any excess with fingertips until absorbed.
Q. Where can I buy Trilogy Vitamin C Revitalising Eye Gel 10ml? A. Trilogy Vitamin C Revitalising Eye Gel 10ml can be bought online on the Live Healthy Online Store.
Q. What's the origin of this item? A. Trilogy Vitamin C Revitalising Eye Gel 10ml is imported out of Australia and manufactured by Trilogy.
Q. What's the expiry date for Trilogy Vitamin C Revitalising Eye Gel 10ml? A. At the very least, each product has a use by/expiration date between 12-18 months from the date of purchase. We never sell expired products. The length of time for the expiration date or "best used before" date depends on the type of product, as well as the brand. Some perishable items (such as certain probiotics) generally have shorter expiration dates.