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Dark Circle Eye serum

Sale priceL£4,997,000.00 LBP

SIZE: 15 mL

Dark Circle Eye Serum is a high-potency solution targeting aging signs in the eye area, particularly dark circles. The serum hinges on medical-grade Vitamin K1 or Phylloquinone, noted in dermatological lierature for its role in the body's blood clotting process, which can assist in fading the appearance of dark circles.

Additionally, Bioskinup Contour™, an innovative blend of botanical extracts, helps reduce puffiness and fatigue signs. The inclusion of Hydroxypinacolone Retinoate, a gentle retinoid, promotes skin cell turnover, mitigating the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

In synergy, antioxidants, notably Tocopherol (Vitamin E), provide a protective shield against environmental stressors, while peptides, the building blocks of proteins, support the skin's natural structure, aiding in maintaining the skin's firmness and elasticity.

Balanced for optimal absorption, the Dark Circle Eye Serum merges scientific innovation with bioactive compounds to deliver visible skin improvements.


Vitamin E

The benefits of the fat-soluble Vitamin E in maintaining skin health and appearance are well-acknowledged in both cosmetic and clinical dermatology. Comprising a group of eight compounds, including four tocopherols and four tocotrienols, Vitamin E is known for its role in protecting cell membranes from oxidative damage.

In skincare, Vitamin E is celebrated for its ability to neutralize free radicals caused by environmental stressors such as UV radiation and pollution. These free radicals can lead to premature skin aging, making Vitamin E a valuable ingredient in anti-aging skincare products. Its antioxidant action helps to protect the skin from damage, reduce the appearance of wrinkles, and improve skin texture and tone.

Additionally, Vitamin E is known for its moisturizing benefits. It helps to strengthen the skin barrier, reducing moisture loss and keeping the skin hydrated and supple. This makes it especially beneficial for dry and damaged skin.

Vitamin E also has anti-inflammatory properties, making it beneficial in soothing and calming irritated skin. This has implications for conditions such as dermatitis and acne, where inflammation plays a key role.

Physiological Effects of Vitamin E
  1. Antioxidant Protection: Vitamin E neutralizes harmful free radicals in the skin, preventing oxidative stress and damage caused by environmental factors like UV radiation and pollution.
  2. Moisturization: It has moisturizing properties, helping to improve skin hydration and alleviate dryness.
  3. Wound Healing: Vitamin E may assist in the skin's healing process, although its efficacy in wound healing is still a subject of research.
  4. Photoprotection: While not a sunscreen, it can provide some degree of photoprotection by strengthening the skin's defense against UV-induced damage.
  5. Anti-Inflammatory Effects: It helps reduce skin inflammation, beneficial in managing conditions like eczema and psoriasis.
Role in Managing Dermatological Conditions
  1. Skin Aging: Its antioxidant properties make it useful in anti-aging skincare products to protect against free radical damage and improve skin appearance.
  2. Dry Skin Conditions: Vitamin E's moisturizing effects are beneficial in treating dry skin and improving overall skin texture.
  3. Inflammatory Skin Diseases: It can be helpful in soothing inflammatory skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis.
  4. Sun Protection and Repair: Vitamin E is included in sunscreens and after-sun products for its ability to mitigate sun damage.
  5. Scar Treatment: Some studies suggest Vitamin E may help in reducing the appearance of scars, although evidence is mixed.
References
  • Thiele, J. J., Hsieh, S. N., & Ekanayake-Mudiyanselage, S. (1998). Vitamin E: Critical Review of Its Current Use in Cosmetic and Clinical Dermatology. Dermatologic Surgery, 24(7), 805–813.
  • Ratz-Łyko, A., & Arct, J. (2016). Anti-inflammatory and anti-aging properties of active skin care ingredients. Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology, 9(9), 36–40.
  • Keen, M. A., & Hassan, I. (2016). Vitamin E in dermatology. Indian Dermatology Online Journal.
  • Ekanayake-Mudiyanselage, S., & Thiele, J. (2007). Vitamin E in human skin: Organ-specific physiology and considerations for its use in dermatology. Molecular Aspects of Medicine.
  • Nachbar, F., & Korting, H. C. (1995). The role of vitamin E in normal and damaged skin. Journal of Molecular Medicine.
Vitamin K1

Vitamin K1, also known as phylloquinone, is primarily recognized for its crucial role in the process of blood coagulation. Beyond its well-known effects on blood clotting, recent research has highlighted its potential benefits in skin care, particularly in managing bruising, dark circles under the eyes, and improving skin elasticity. Its mechanisms of action involves the regulation of blood clotting and reduction of blood leakage into the skin and soft tissues. This property makes it particularly useful in topical treatments aimed at minimizing bruising and under-eye dark circles, which are often caused by fragile capillaries leaking small amounts of blood.

Studies have suggested that when applied topically, Vitamin K1 can help reduce the severity and duration of bruising after laser procedures or surgical treatments. It is believed to aid in the body's process of reabsorbing blood near the skin's surface, thereby reducing the appearance of bruises.

Physiological Effects Of Vitamin K1
  1. Blood Clotting and Bruising: Vitamin K1 plays a critical role in the blood clotting process. It helps in reducing the appearance of bruises on the skin by aiding the body's natural healing process in resolving blood clots.
  2. Improving Skin Elasticity: It is believed to help improve skin elasticity and may reduce the appearance of wrinkles.
  3. Wound Healing: Vitamin K1 can assist in the skin's healing process, although its effectiveness in wound healing needs further research.
  4. Under-Eye Circles: Topical application of Vitamin K1 is thought to reduce the appearance of dark circles under the eyes by strengthening capillary walls and reducing the visibility of blood vessels beneath the skin.
Role in Managing Dermatological Conditions
  1. Postoperative Bruising: It is often used in topical creams for reducing bruising following cosmetic skin procedures.
  2. Dark Circles Under the Eyes: Creams containing Vitamin K1 are used to diminish the appearance of dark circles caused by visible blood vessels or hyperpigmentation.
  3. Skin Aging: Its potential anti-aging properties might be beneficial in products targeting aging skin concerns.
References
  • Shah, N. S., et al. (2002). The effects of topical vitamin K on bruising after laser treatment. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology.
  • Cohen, J. L., & Bhatia, A. C. (2009). The role of topical vitamin K oxide gel in the resolution of postprocedural purpura. Journal of Drugs in Dermatology.
  • AlQdah, T. (2021). Vitamin K in Dermatology. Dermatology Practical & Conceptual.

Vitamin A

Vitamin A, a fat-soluble vitamin, plays a critical role in maintaining healthy skin, vision, and overall immune function. In the realm of dermatology, it is particularly celebrated for its potent effects on skin health and its use in treating a variety of skin conditions.

There are two primary forms of vitamin A: retinoids (including retinol), which are found in animal products, and carotenoids, which are present in plants. Retinoids are biologically active and are used both topically and systemically in dermatology. Topical retinoids, such as tretinoin and adapalene, are widely used in treating acne and photoaging due to their ability to regulate skin cell turnover and boost collagen production, resulting in clearer and smoother skin.

Vitamin A's role in promoting cell turnover helps to unclog pores and reduce the severity of acne. It also aids in diminishing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, making it a key ingredient in many anti-aging skincare products. Additionally, vitamin A can help in the treatment of psoriasis, a condition characterized by excessive skin cell production, by normalizing this process.

Vitamin A also possesses antioxidant properties, which help protect the skin from damage caused by free radicals and environmental aggressors like UV radiation and pollution.

Physiological Effects of Vitamin A
  1. Cellular Turnover: Stimulates cell turnover in the skin. This means it helps in shedding old skin cells and replacing them with new ones, improving skin texture and tone.
  2. Collagen Production: It aids in collagen production, which is essential for maintaining skin elasticity and reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
  3. Regulation of Sebum Production: Help regulate sebum production, beneficial for acne-prone skin.
  4. Pigmentation: It assists in regulating skin pigmentation, helping to even out skin tone and reduce the appearance of dark spots.
  5. Photoprotection: Antioxidant properties that protect the skin from damage caused by UV rays.
Role in Managing Dermatological Conditions
  1. Acne: Vitamin A derivatives, like retinoids, are highly effective in treating acne by preventing clogged pores and reducing inflammation.
  2. Aging Skin: Topical retinoids reduce signs of aging such as wrinkles and fine lines by boosting collagen production.
  3. Psoriasis: Vitamin A can help in managing psoriasis by normalizing skin cell growth.
  4. Hyperpigmentation: It helps in treating hyperpigmentation and melasma by accelerating skin cell turnover.
  5. Sun Damage: Vitamin A can assist in repairing and preventing sun damage to some extent due to its antioxidant properties.
References
  • Mukherjee, S., Date, A., Patravale, V., Korting, H. C., Roeder, A., & Weindl, G. (2006). Retinoids in the treatment of skin aging: an overview of clinical efficacy and safety. Clinical Interventions in Aging, 1(4), 327–348.
  • Kang, S., et al. (2005). Topical Retinoids. In: Fitzpatrick's Dermatology in General Medicine.
  • Kafi, R., et al. (2007). Improvement of Naturally Aged Skin With Vitamin A (Retinol). Archives of Dermatology.
Peptides

Peptides are short chains of amino acids with a wide range of biological functions and skin benefits. They are essentially small fragments of proteins, and proteins are fundamental components of all living cells, which include collagen and elastin in the skin.

In skincare, peptides are known for their role in enhancing skin repair and rejuvenation. They function as signaling molecules, instructing cells to perform specific tasks such as producing collagen and elastin, which are vital for maintaining the skin's firmness and elasticity. This makes peptides especially beneficial in anti-aging products, as they can help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Research has shown that certain peptides can improve skin barrier function, increase hydration, and soothe skin inflammation. This makes them suitable for use in products targeting dry, sensitive, or inflamed skin.

Peptides, with their diverse functions in promoting collagen production, strengthening skin barrier, wound healing, and anti-inflammatory actions, are pivotal in the management of various dermatological conditions, particularly in anti-aging, sensitive skin care, and wound healing applications.

Physiological Effects of Peptides
  1. Collagen Production: Certain peptides, known as signal peptides, stimulate collagen production in the skin, enhancing skin firmness and reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
  2. Skin Barrier Strengthening: Peptides can strengthen the skin barrier, improving hydration and protecting against environmental damage.
  3. Wound Healing: Some peptides play a role in the skin's natural healing process, aiding in tissue repair and regeneration.
  4. Anti-Inflammatory Effects: Certain peptides have anti-inflammatory properties, helping to soothe and calm irritated skin.
  5. Antimicrobial Action: Some peptides possess antimicrobial properties, potentially helping in the management of acne and other skin infections.
Role in Managing Dermatological Conditions
  1. Aging Skin: Peptides are widely used in anti-aging skincare products for their ability to stimulate collagen production and improve skin elasticity.
  2. Sensitive Skin Conditions: Due to their soothing properties, peptides can be beneficial in products designed for sensitive or inflamed skin.
  3. Acne-Prone Skin: Antimicrobial peptides can be effective in acne treatment formulations.
  4. Wound Care and Repair: Peptides are included in products aimed at improving wound healing and reducing scarring.
References
  • Gorouhi, F., & Maibach, H. I. (2009). Role of topical peptides in preventing or treating aged skin. International Journal of Cosmetic Science.
  • Schagen, S. K. (2012). Topical peptide treatments with effective anti-aging results. Cosmetics.
  • Varani, J., et al. (2001). Vitamin A antagonizes decreased cell growth and elevated collagen-degrading matrix metalloproteinases and stimulates collagen accumulation in naturally aged human skin. Journal of Investigative Dermatology.
Bioskinup Contour

Bioskinup Contour 3R demonstrates a comprehensive mechanism of action targeting periorbital puffiness and dark circles. It stimulates collagen and elastin production, enhancing skin firmness and vascular wall resistance.

Clinical studies highlight its ability to maintain skin health under UV radiation, suggesting adaptogenic properties. In vivo evaluations reveal significant improvements in skin and ocular acceptability, with reductions in puffiness, dark circles, and under-eye bags. Instrumental assessments confirm its efficacy in enhancing microcirculation and skin tone, validating its dermatocosmetic benefits for the eye area.

DermExcel™ | Dark Circle Eye Serum
Dark Circle Eye serum Sale priceL£4,997,000.00 LBP
  • Periorbital Hyperpigmentation: The serum is primarily designed to mitigate dark circles under the eyes caused by increased melanin deposition or dilated blood vessels.
  • Periorbital Edema: The serum assists in alleviating puffiness and edema in the eye area, often linked to fluid accumulation or fatigue.
  • Cutaneous Aging: Active ingredients like Hydroxypinacolone Retinoate stimulate collagen synthesis, diminishing fine lines and wrinkles, typical signs of skin aging in the delicate periorbital area.
  • Fatigue-related Signs: The Bioskinup Contour™ complex, by enhancing microcirculation, helps to ameliorate the visible signs of fatigue in the periorbital region.
  • Oxidative Stress: Antioxidants in the formulation offer protection against oxidative stress and related skin damage, a common factor contributing to premature aging.
  • Loss of Skin Elasticity: Peptides present in the serum promote skin firmness and elasticity, improving overall skin texture and tone.
  • Skin Dehydration: The humectant components in the formulation aid in skin hydration, providing a smoother and supple appearance.

Active ingredients

  • Vitamin E
  • Vitamin K1
  • Vitamin A
  • Peptides
  • Bioskinup Contour

Full ingredient list

Aqua, Propylene Glycol, Cetyl Alcohol & Glyceryl Stearate & PEG-75 Stearate & Ceteth-20 & Steareth-20, Aqua & Glycerin & Caprylyl/Capryl Glucoside & Pfaffia Paniculata Root Extract & Ptychopetalum Olacoides Bark/Stem Extract & Lilium Candidum Flower Extract, Cetostearyl alcohol, Paraffinum liquidum, Phylloquinone, Phenoxyethanol & Ethylhexylglycerin, Dimethyl Isosorbide & Hydroxypinacolone Retinoate, Tocopherol.

  • Cleanse your face, ensuring the eye area is free from makeup, dirt, and other impurities.
  • Take a small amount of Dark Circle Eye Serum on your fingertip.
  • Apply the serum to the under-eye area and gently pat it onto the skin, starting from the inner corner and moving outward.
  • Avoid getting the serum into your eyes. If contact occurs, rinse with water.
  • Allow the serum to absorb into the skin for a few minutes before applying additional skincare products or makeup.
  • For best results, use the serum twice daily, in the morning and evening, as part of your skincare routine.
  • Regular use is key to see noticeable improvements.

Note: It is recommended to perform a patch test before the first use to check for any potential skin sensitivity or allergic reactions. Discontinue use if any irritation occurs. Avoid direct sunlight and use broad-spectrum sunscreen during the day when using products containing retinol.

Dark Circle Eye serum

benefits

Comprehensive Eye Skin Care

This serum provides a comprehensive solution for multiple eye area concerns, making it an effective addition to your skincare routine.

Minimizes Puffiness

Assists in reducing puffiness or under-eye bags, contributing to a refreshed and rejuvenated look.

Reduce Lines & Wrinkles

Targets lines and wrinkles, working to diminish their visibility and promote smoother-looking skin in the delicate eye area.

Rejuvenates and Revitalizes

A potent blend of ingredients that rejuvenates and revitalizes the skin around the eyes, promoting a more energized and vibrant look.

Diminishing Dark Circles

Reduce the appearance of dark circles, thanks to the action of medical-grade Vitamin K1, which addresses vascular conditions leading to dark circles.

Firms and Tightens

Provides intense firming action upon application, helping to tighten the skin around the eyes for lifted and sculpted appearance.

Hydrates Skin

Improve skin hydration levels, leading to a more supple, hydrated skin appearance.

Reduces Inflammation

Preserve skin cell health and slow down the aging process by reducing inflammation.

Dark Circle Eye serum

INDICATIONS

Dry Eye Skin

Puffy Eyes

Dark Eye Circles

Aging Eye Skin

AGING EYE SKIN

TREATMENT OBJECTIVES

Decrease Eye Bags

Promote lipolytic action (breakdown of fat cells) to reduce fat deposits in the eye area.

Decrease oedema (swelling)

Decrease the fluid depot by draining action to improve and prevent puffy eyes.

Improve Dark Circles

Improve peri-orbital hyperpigmentation (Dark Circles) by repairing the microcirculation through anti-inflammatory action.

Improve lines & wrinkles

Stimulate Collagen and elastin production to strengthen the extracellular matrix.

Dark Circle Eye serum

MODE OF ACTION

DermExcel™ | Dark Circle Eye serum
The Skin Around the Eyes Greatly Affects the Perception of Age and the Level of Fatigue.

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Janine Carstens
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Its simply the best. Works 100% and i feel younger.

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Telicia Annandale
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I could see a difference within a month. Best product.

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Adel Schoeman
Time Freeze Eye Serum

It definitely makes the fine lines around my eyes more smooth, will buy it again.

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Carlize Griezel-Engelbrecht

It does what it says. My dark circles under the eye is gone it also firms the skin.

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