What is it: Dr. Denese's Med MD 33 Clinical Eye Emulsion is a treatment gel formulated with hyaluronic acid, which helps hydrate the skin, and linoleic/linolenic acid, which is an essential fatty acid.
Who is it for: Suitable for all skin types.
Why is it different: Free of parabens and fragrance, Med MD 33 Clinical Eye Emulsion is formulated with peptides, amino acids, apple extract, ceramide 2, pichia/resveratrol ferment extract, niacinamide, glucosamine HC1, mica, hyaluronic acid, cucumber and chamomile extracts, and essential fatty acids.
In a clinical study of 10 subjects, there was an average increase in skin moisture content at 31%, with a minimum improvement of 6% and a maximum improvement of 150% in 30 minutes.
In a consumer survey of 10 subjects, after 21 days of twice-daily use:
-100% of subjects agreed the eye area appears significantly more hydrated and dry lines were visibly improved
-100% agreed skin appeared less lined, and wrinkles visibly improved under the eye area
-100% agreed skin texture of the upper eyelid was better
-90% agreed crow's-feet around the eyes appeared visibly improved
-90% agreed skin firmness under the eye was improved
-90% agreed dry lines and wrinkles on the upper eyelids were visibly better
-90% agreed skin looked younger and more firm on the upper eyelid
-90% agreed skin under the eyes looked brighter
How do I use it: Apply to the entire eye area--upper and lower--day and night.
From Dr. Denese.
- 0.5-oz Med MD 33 Clinical Eye Emulsion
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