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La Roche-Posay Redermic C Eyes (0.5 FL.OZ. - Tube)

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Original price $44.99
Original price $44.99 - Original price $44.99
Original price $44.99
Current price $38.88
$38.88 - $38.88
Current price $38.88
SKU LRP38
An anti-aging breakthrough that plumps, fills1 and visibly reduces wrinkles. Formulated with a powerful combination of dermatological ingredients to visibly reduce the effects of aging; 0.1% Fragmented Hyaluronic Acid, 5% Pure Vitamin C, Mannose and Neurosensine. An anti-aging innovation suitable for sensitive skin. [1]Hydrates to fill surface wrinkles 0.1 % FRAGMENTED HYALURONIC ACID + 5% PURE VITAMIN C: FRAGMENTED HYALURONIC ACID: An ingredient traditionally found in injectable fillers now in a moisturizer. Naturally found in the skin, this powerful ingredient can hold up to 1000x its weight in water, creating a plumping effect on the skin. 5% PURE VITAMIN C: A dermatological reference in anti-aging. This powerful antioxidant in the most pure and stable form helps significantly reduce wrinkles.
  • Visibly plumps the skin
  • Hydrates to visibly reduce wrinkles
  • Immediate blurring effect on uneven skin tone
  • A non-greasy, velvety texture

Apply morning and/or evening around the eye area. Can be used in combination with Redermic [R] as a daily night treatment.
0.1% Fragmented Hyaluronic Acid: An ingredient naturally found in the skin that can hold up to hold up to 1,000 times its weight in water. In a breakthrough form, fragmented hyaluronic acid diffuses better into skin than larger molecules2, visibly plumping and reducing wrinkles and enhancing skin’s firmness. 5% Pure Vitamin C: A powerful antioxidant and a key ingredient in anti-aging for its various benefits, Vitamin C helps to visibly reduce wrinkles. Mannose: A sugar known to hydrate to smooth wrinkles. Neurosensine: Known for its ability to reduce the signs of skin sensitivity, it works to help increase the tolerance of other high concentration active ingredients [2] In vitro test model vs. larger size hyaluronic acid molecules