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Hibiscus E Eye Serum

3 reviews

.35oz – $35

Hibiscus plant has been known as “nature’s Botox plant” and who wouldn’t like that!

Hibiscus is rich in anti-aging alpha hydroxy and amino acids and its nickname “Botox plant” is well deserved thanks to the ability to firm and lift the skin.

In our Hibiscus E eye serum, we blended powerful Hibiscus with effective and natural “wrinkle fighters” like Vitamin E, Frankincense and Myrrh essential oils. Chamomile essential oil and Coffee Bean are included to for swelling and dark under eye circles.

The ingredient that is last but not least in our Hibiscus E is Cranberry Seed Oil. This oil is full of significant amounts of omega-3, omega-6, and omega-9 essential fatty acids, which prevents the skin from becoming dry.

how to use


Use this after cleansing your face, misting, and serums.

Store in the fridge so when you use it, you get an immediate cooling effect. This is great for people who suffer some consistent puffy eyes, but is also refreshing for a hot summer day.

more info

Hibiscus is known as, "Nature's Botox Plant." It lifts, firms and gives elasticity to the face by blocking the enzyme elastase that is responsible for the breakdown of the skin’s connective tissue.

Hibiscus Oil*, Vitamin E, Cranberry Seed Oil*, Rosehip Seed Oil*, Vegetable Glycerin*, Chamomile, Frankincense, Myrrh, Coffee Bean.
*Certified Organic

Shelf life:
・Unopened: 12 months
・Opened: 6 months

Results vary with everyone. We have seen some people have wild success in less than a week! However it usually takes longer. Be patient, and most importantly, BE CONSISTANT

"Never had I used an eye product that could touch my dark circles until your product! I've only been using it for a week and I see a difference! At first, I didn't think I saw a change, but then I compared the bottom pic to the top pic from last Friday night and I was shocked! I can't wait to see what it does in a month! The coolest thing is the top pic was taken at night, and the bottom pic was taken in the morning, which is usually when they look the worst. Unbelievable!"