Reduces puffiness and dark circles
A very lightweight, refreshing, non-oily gel which visibly reduces undereye puffiness and dark circles to brighten and refresh the eyes. Suitable for all eyes, even the most sensitive.
- Skin Type: Normal, Dry, Combination, Oily
- Texture: Gel
- Concern: Puffiness & Dark Circles
- Age Range: 20s, 30s
About the productA very lightweight, refreshing, non-oily gel which visibly reduces undereye puffiness and dark circles to brighten and refresh the eyes. Suitable for all eyes, even the most sensitive.
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