Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Estee Lauder Launches New Super Advanced Eye Cream This Fall

Eye cream. If you think you don't need one.....boy, are you wrong! Everybody could benefit by using an effective eye cream, and Estee Lauder is launching a brand new, more powerful cream this fall 2010.

It's called Advanced Night Repair Eye Synchronized Complex . And Estee Lauder is selling this new, super advanced eye cream for $59 in a small brown .5 oz. bottle.

We've talked about the eye area many times here before, at And the facts spell out the reasons:

1. Skin is much thinner.
2. Skin is much drier.
3. Skin is more delicate.
4. Age quickly shows around the eyes.

Don't expect an eye cream, even as powerful as the Advanced Night Repair Synchronized Complex to erase your fine lines and wrinkles, but what an eye cream can do is soften the lines and protect the skin from further damage in the future.

Estee Lauder's new eye cream is more like a serum-gel than a typical eye cream. It feels so silky to the touch. And the cosmetics giant claims their new product is able to give you back more youthful-looking eyes.

And here is how the eye complex works:
"Because skin around your eyes is about 4X thinner than anywhere else on your face, it's more vulnerable to environmental damage.It is also where you'll see the signs of aging to be the most exaggerated.Our exclusive Chronolux™ Technology helps skin optimize its natural repair processes to reduce the look of the fine lines and wrinkles that can appear first around your eyes."

Ingredients include these:
"Hyaluronic acid helps skin lock in moisture and strengthen its protective moisture barrier.
Powerful anti-oxidants help neutralize environmentally generated free radicals before they can cause future damage.
Plus, high levels of soothing anti-irritants and targeted technologies help reduce the look of dark circles, puffiness and crepiness for brighter, smoother skin around the eyes."

The new Advanced Night Repair Eye Synchronized Complex is already available at the Estee Lauder website.

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