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Under Eye Roll On Ingredients

Rosehip Seed Oil

Non-fragrant emollient plant oil that has antioxidant properties and is a rich source of skin-beneficial fatty acids.

References for this information:

AAPS Pharm SciTech, August 2016, pages 863-871

The Journal of Nutrition, March 2002, pages 461-471

Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, March 2000, pages 825-828


Helps to reduce inflammation and puffiness. Caffeine helps in brightening & tightening the skin, works on fine lines and helps reduce cellutite.

Hyaluronic Acid

Sodium hyaluronate has a much smaller molecular size than hyaluronic acid so it has a much easier time deeply penetrating the skin. Powerful humectant that attracts and holds on to water, making it the ultimate skin moisturizer. Also protects the skin from irritation & relieves itchy and scaly skin.

Shea Butter

Also listed by its Latin name of Butyrospermum parkii, this plant lipid, desn’t just have a rich texture; it’s also a rich source of antioxidants. Works as a great skin-replenishing agent.
References for this information:

Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology, June 2011, pages 45-55
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, October 2003, pages 6,268-6,273
Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, February 2009, page S41
See natural moisturizing factor (NMF)


Natural substance made by bees to build the walls of their honeycomb, exhibits emollient properties.

Aloe Vera Ext.

Aloe vera (also listed by its Latin name of aloe barbadenis) is a commonly used plant extract that has soothing properties, antioxidant qualities, and serves as a hydrating agent for skin due to its polysaccharide and sterol content.

References for this information:

Giornale Italiano Di Dermatologia, February 2009, pages 85-91
Indian Journal of Dematology, 2008, pages 163-166
Skin Research and Technology, November 2006, pages 241-246

Cucumber Ext.

Cucumber is composed of 95% water, and the other constituents primarily include ascorbic acid (vitamin C), caffeic acid (an antioxidant), fatty acids, the mineral silica, plus other trace minerals. Possesses antioxidant and anti-aging  properties.

Natural Betaine

Betaine occurs naturally in skin and the body. It’s known as an osmolyte, an ingredient that helps skin adapt to moisture losses and gains, essentially working to balance skin’s hydration.

References for this information:

The Journal of Chemical Physics, June 2015, ePublication

The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, September 2004, pages 539-549