Available size: 15g
Y-Not Natural’s light, intensive, non-oily Jillaroo Eye Cream with Vital ET™..............
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Purified Water (INCI Name: Aqua), Organic Avocado Oil (INCI Name: Persea Gratissima), Vital ET (INCI Name: Disodium Lauriminodipropionate Tocopheryl Phosphates), MCT Oil (INCI Name: Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride), Shea Butter (INCI Name: Butyrospermum Parkii), Glucamate SSE-20 (INCI Name: PEG-20 Methyl Glucose Sesquistearate), Vegetable Glycerin (INCI Name: Glycerin), Rapithix A-100 (INCI Name: Sodium Polyacrylate), Optiphen (INCI Name: Phenoxyethanol and Caprylyl Glycol), Retinol, Ascorbyl Palmitate, Green Tea Extract (INCI Name: Camellia Sinensis).
Available size: 15g
Y-Not Natural’s Jillaroo Eye Cream is a light, intensive, non-oily eye cream formulated with pure Australian Avocado Oil and Vital ET™; a super Vitamin E complex with plant extracts that are guaranteed to deliver ideal hydration to the sensitive skin without leaving a greasy residue.
Use this essential eye cream as part of your daily facial regime to achieve a fresh and young appearance. You will see visible results after only three weeks of continuous application.
Vital ET: Y Not Natural’s own bio available form of vitamin E
The beneficial use of vitamins in general and specifically vitamin E, continues to be an active area in dermatology and cosmetic science. A major skincare challenge for using vitamin E (α-tocopherol) has been to keep it stable in formulations. The most common approach has been to use the ester α-tocopherol acetate. Although it is more stable, it has a different efficacy profile than vitamin E.
Y Not Natural has taken an entirely different approach in designing Vital ET. We have focused on a phosphorylated form, tocopheryl phosphate, which scientific evidence shows is a naturally occurring form of vitamin E.
Our feedback from customers is that 85% of women said their eyes showed a significantly more youthful - vibrant, brighter look to their eyes
HOW TO USE
After cleansing and toning apply small amount under the eyes and around the orbital bone using the tip of the ring finger, avoiding direct contact with the eye. Use morning and night.