This brightening, de-puffing, anti-aging, anti-irritant serum is innovative in that it works on a neurological level to elicit ‘feel-good’ chemicals,namely, the naturally occurring amino acid, 5-hydroxytryptophan (5-HTP), the chemical precursorin the biosynthesis of serotonin. The source of this neurotransmitter is Griffonia simplicifolia seedextract.
Not only does this extract support interactions between the skin and the nervous system, but it isknown to also help tighten, lift, soothe, promote UV protection, and reduce the appearance ofwrinkles and fine lines.
This product is unique in the way it acknowledges the somatic nervous system’s role in skin health,sensitivity and appearance. In addition to Griffonia simplicifolia seed extract, REVIVE containshydrating, de-puffing, brightening, protective, calming and nourishing ingredients that are ascomforting and refreshing in their sensorial experience as they are in their chemical activity.Beyond our innovative ingredients, this eye treatment is truly unique in its feel: its fast-absorbing,slightly cooling, easily layered, not tacky, super silky, light-weight yet deeply nourishing.
Using gentle pressure, apply emulsion to the entire eye area. Use morning and night to hydrate,calm, nourish and tone. Contains ingredients known to reduce fine lines and wrinkles and diminishunder eye puffiness and dark circles. May also be used on the skin around the lips to preventpremature aging and reduce the appearance of vertical lip lines.
Aloe barbadensis (ALOE) raw juice*, Perilla frutescens (SHISO) seed oil*, propanediol (fromCORN)***, Griffonia simplicifolia seed extract, leuconostoc ferment filtrate (RADISH root)**,niacinamide (VITAMIN B3), lactobacillus bifidus lysate extract, Camellia sinensis (GREEN TEA)extract, Punica granatum (POMEGRANATE) extract, caffeine, sodium hyaluronic acid (fromfermented sugar BEET), Hippophae rhamnoides (SEABUCKTHORN) berry oil, glyceryl stearate(from VEGETABLE oils), xanthan gum (from fermented sugar BEET), Lecithin (from non-gmo SOY),Sclerotium, Pullulan (from FUNGI).