Blepharo-Rich Eye Cream

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Blepharo-Rich Eye Cream

108.00

Blepharo-Rich is Meder Beauty Science new solution for thin, dry and mature skin in the eye area. The cream visibly fills, nourishes, moisturises and smooths out the skin fighting the first signs of ageing and the negative effects of stress, pollution and UV-exposure.

Blepharo-Rich helps reduce wrinkles, improves microcirculation and revives the skin in the eye area, brightens the complexion and enhances the eyes’ youthful glow. 

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How to use: Apply daily, morning and night


Jojoba oil nourishes, protects and heals micro-injuries in the skin.

Squalane restores the healthy amount of fatty acids in the skin and compensates for the deficit of skin’s own squalane.

Niacinamide stimulates all metabolic processes in the cells, from collagen synthesis to toxin removal.

Alteromonas ferment filtrate is an innovative ingredient with a pronounced rejuvenating effect. It activates the synthesis of a vital protein responsible for the youthful look of the skin, filaggrin. Alteromonas ferment filtrate increases the production of protective mantle’s lipids and of hyaluronic acid in the deep layers of the epidermis. The skin’s ability to retain moisture improves massively making it smother and more elastic. The uncomfortable tight sensation is relieved as well as the skin’s proneness to redness and irritation.

Syn-TACKS is a new peptide complex able to penetrate the skin easily due to the small molecular weight. It is able to restore the damaged connection between dermis and epidermis and improve the cell communication. Ageing and stress upset the synthetic processes in the skin and lead to the loss of its structure. The skin becomes thin, flaccid and uneven; wrinkles appear. Restoring the cell communication and the skin’s structure prevents age-related changes in a natural way without drawing from vital cell reserves.

Research has proved that Syn-TACKS increases the syntheses of vital proteins: laminin V, integrin and “young” types of collagen: IV, VII and XVII.