Earth Science Active Age Defense i-cream, Nourishing Eye Care
Brighten, restore and renew the delicate skin around the eyes with this deeply hydrating, vitamin-rich emulsion. Helps to bring back the appearance of youthful skin through the use of powerful anti-oxidants, vital nutrients and soothing botanicals, including evening primrose oil, vitamin E and coenzyme Q10. Ideally suited for use under makeup.

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Jennifer: a few months ago

I just started using the cream a couple weeks ago. I like that it is natural and it feels nice and smooth going on. However, I was looking to improve the skin around my eyes, which is showing more wrinkles as I age. There has been zero change in that respect.

susana: about a year ago

Product name is fitting. It feels so nourishing on my sensitive eye area. I'm very sure I will repurchase.

Miss Lexie: more than a year ago

Perfect for a day eye cream! Would buy again.

Jean: more than a year ago

Nice texture but that's about it for me ! I like that it's natural but I guess I'm allergic to one or more of the ingredients. The skin around my eyes burn, get red and then it feels dry. That's not what I expect from an eye cream. I continued for more than 3 weeks and the same symptoms continue so I guess this cream is not for me...

Christina: more than a year ago

Love it! It's thick and rich and lasts long on your eyes. I use it twice a day.

Murielle: more than a year ago

This cream is gentle for your eyes and yet very effective. Having sensitive skin and reacting to a lot of products, I did not have any problem with I-Cream and I made it MY cream.

Denise: more than a year ago

The best eye cream I've come across. You must try it to believe it.

Michelle: more than a year ago

This is my second purchase and I have found a difference in my crows feet. I am 38 and they were showing, but with this cream it has actually made them less noticable.

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