Lines and wrinkles become less apparent and the skin has extra energy and vitality. Tautens the skin Reactivates skin regeneration Can be used by people who wear contact lenses. Dermatological tests show that after 28 days of use depth of wrinkles are reduced by 23% Weleda's Pomegranate Firming Eye Cream is perfect for mature skin. It evens out the surface of the skin and makes it softer and smoother. It has been created with organically grown Pomegranate Seed Oil and Golden Millet to help cell regeneration and fight against free radical damage. It contains pomegranate seed oil, which is rich in antioxidants and protects the skin from the elements. It helps reduce the appearance of wrinkles, tautens the skin and reactivates skin regeneration. It is opthamologically tested, can be used with contact lenses and is fragrance-free. Dermatological tests show that after 28 days of use, deep wrinkles are reduced by 23%. It is a gentle, but effective companion to help regenerate skins natural ageing process. Along with argan oil and wheat germ oil, as well as extract of butcher's broom and millet, it improves the skin's elasticity. Silky smooth and rich in antioxidants this eye cream helps improve the skin's elasticity. It is specifically developed for women in their 40s and ideal for all skin types including those with sensitive skin. This product is in recyclable plastic-free packaging.
I purchased this a few months back and wanted to wait till now before writing a review so that i am able to find out for myself if this was as good as what some others on here claimed..I love all the Weleda products i'm using--Pomengranate body oil, firming serum, and primrose hand cream--and was expecting to fall in love with this one as well. Unfortunately, i didnt. The consistency of this cream is too thin to be called 'cream' imo, and it did not help with depuf..
One of the poorest products I'd had from Weleda. It appears to be mostly water and alcohol, It states it 'firms' the skin, what it does is it dries it out leaving my face feel like parchment paper. I guess some people may mistake that sensation for 'firming'. Give it a try if you have very oily skin, otherwise I would not recommend it and feel like I wasted my money. In addition, when I took the tube out of the package it looked like someone had pressed around on i..