Avene Serenage eye balm 15ml anti-aging

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Manufacturer: Avène


SKU 2034902 avene Serenage eye balm 15 ml anti-aging


Balm Anti-aging eye Serenage of AVENE, anti-aging for the contour of the eyes and the mature sensitive eyelids. The Serenage of AVENE range is composed of specific treatments based on assets high tolerance and without parabens, that target in depth to redensify, revitalize and comfort mature sensitive skin of the face. Balm is composed of H.A.F. (hyaluronic acid Fragments), tensors agents and natural d'origina effect soft focus, dextran sulfate, glycoleol, pre-tocopheryl succinate and Avene thermal water. These assets are going to redensify the contour of the eye by reviving the natural synthesis of hyaluronic acid in the epidermis, who the skin to smooth it and raise the eyelids, protecting the skin from the contour of the eye of the onset of the signs of age (and wrinkles), intensely nourish the skin to give it flexibility, signs of fatigue (puffiness and dark circles) comfort and ease any discomfort. Its creamy texture leaves smooth skin upon application to reinstate all its comfort. Quickly, the gaze found its youth, wrinkles, fine lines, puffiness and dark circles fade.

directions for use:

Apply a small amount of the eye contour balm by tapping lightly until full penetration and then smooth along the brow, morning and/or evening.: 15 ml airless bottle


Without fragrance, Parabens, hypoallergenic, non-comedogenic Avene thermal spring water (avene aqua). Mineral oil (paraffinum liquidum). Caprylic/capric triglyceride. Isohexadecane. Glyceryl stearate. Peg-100 stearate. Glycerin. Dimethicone. Peg - 12. Propylene glycol alginate. 1, 2-hexanediol. Caprylyl glycol. Carbomer. Dimethicone crosspolymer. Disodium edta. Glyceryl linoleate. Glyceryl linolenate. Glycine soja (soybean) oil (glycine soya oil). Sodium acetate. Sodium dextran sulfate. Sodium hyaluronate. Sodium hydroxide. Tocopherol. Tocopheryl glucoside. Water (aqua)

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