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Moviestar™ Eye Contour Cream

Regular price Rs. 3,300.00
Sale price Rs. 3,300.00 Regular price
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This is the ultimate repairing rejuvenator, formulated specifically for the delicate skin around the eyes. Moviestar™ Eye Contour Cream combats and prevents all signs of fatigue and aging, including dark circles, puffiness, wrinkles, and crow’s feet, etc. Its anti-oxidants act against free radicals thus protecting from redness, fine lines, under eye bags and tired eyes caused by external triggers such as pollution, phone scrolling, computer screen exposure, etc. It contains unique bioactive compounds, which boost the blood's microcirculation, while visibly moisturizing, tightening, soothing and reinforcing the barrier function of the skin for a more youthful appearance.
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Benefits

This unique cream greatly improves the appearance of the eye contour by removing and preventing all blemishes.

⚜ Provides specialized hydration and essential moisturization to the delicate eye contour region
⚜ Prevents and eliminates dark circles
⚜ Prevents dryness and flakiness
⚜ Strengthens and protects delicate skin and counteracts environmental damage
⚜ Firms and tightens the skin around the eyes
⚜ Stimulates micro-circulation
⚜ Reduces the appearance of puffiness that comes from fluid buildup caused due to sleep deprivation, allergies, and aging, etc.
⚜ Prevents, Combats and Addresses all the signs of aging, including fine lines and wrinkles, dryness, dullness, dark circles, and puffiness
⚜ Encourages collagen and elastin growth, which are the key factors in maintaining skin firmness
⚜ Provides a brightening boost to the under eye area
⚜ Encourages circulation and discourages water retention
⚜ Posesses a lightweight texture.
⚜ Rejuvenates skin and give it a youthful glow and ton
⚜ Restores plumpness to make lines less visible.
⚜ A natural eye cream packed with antioxidants
⚜ Smoothing and revitalizing skin, resulting in the diminished appearance of expression lines
⚜ Doesn't irritate the skin and dry it out further
⚜ It prepares your skin for makeup by smoothing and lessening the appearance of dark spots and puffiness which helps an even concealer application, and keeps it from building up in the expression lines over the day.
⚜ It targets under-eye skin to add resilience to the area because it is more vulnerable and prone to irritants than the rest of the face
⚜ Super light texture enabling super fast and super deep absorption
⚜ It soothes tired eyes as it has calming, nourishing ingredients to comfort the under-eye area

Fragrance

Frankincense + Grapefruit + Tea tree merge to infuse a soothing yet unforgettable fragrance

How to use

Take desired quantity and apply under and around outer eye area to eliminate tired skin patches, dark circles, wrinkles, fine lines, puffy eyes, crow’s feet, blemishes & freckles.

⚪ Gently tap a pea-sized amount of eye cream into the area below your eyes using your ring or middle finger. Start in the innermost corner and move outward
⚜ Be gentle and use a delicate touch, to prevent aggravating the delicate skin
⚜ Give it time to get absorbed and settle before you move on to the next step
⚜ Use consistently without skipping a day

When to use

⚪ Apply this eye cream twice a day, in the morning and night. after face cleansing.
⚪ For optimum results, apply when the skin is still damp to lock in the hydration. Before applying, gently dab the skin under your eyes with a cold, damp cloth to let some extra moisture set it.

Who should use

⚪ For women and men. All skin types.

⚪ Ideal for everyone who has, or wants to prevent:
⚜ dark circles
⚜ fine lines
⚜ tired look or slack skin
⚜ under-eye puffiness
⚜ wrinkles, fine lines, crow's feet, etc.

⚪ Ideal for everyone who
⚜ scrolls on their phone for extended time
⚜ stares at the computer screen
⚜ is exposed to sunlight or pollution
⚜ spends time in dry air-conditioned environment
⚜ uses make-up

⚪ Many people start using eye cream in their 30s, when they start noticing the first subtle crease on the outer corner of their eyes. However you should start its application in your 20s, even before you see a wrinkle, because the best results come from prevention.

⚪ Including this cram in your regular skincare routine is advised for everyone, even if they don’t have any blemishes, as it prevents signs of premature aging such as wrinkles, crow's feet (Lateral Canthal Lines) etc.

All Ingredients

BestIndian™ practices 100% transparency, and believes in disclosing all ingredients used in its products. BestIndian™ guarantees that no other ingredient, apart from those listed below, has been used in this natural and synthetic chemicals free BestIndian™ Luxury:

Almond Oil ⚜ Pomegranate Seed Oil ⚜ Moringa Oil Infused With Robusta Coffee & Land Caltrops ⚜ Shea Butter ⚜ Essential Oils Of Frankincense ⚜ Marjoram ⚜ Tea Tree & Grapefruit.

Care Suggestions

⚜ Store in a cool and dry place, away from direct sunlight.
⚜ For external use only.
⚜ Reading the ingredients list is recommended to ensure that the user is not allergic to any ingredient herb.
⚜ Patch test is recommended on a small area of the skin prior to the first usage.
⚜ Best before 24 months from manufacturing.

Dermatologically Tested

This product has been thoroughly tested by dermatologists and is guaranteed safe and dermatologist approved.

Country of origin

Bharat

Scientific Explanation


Infraorbital dark circles are a common esthetic concern which can be challenging to treat given their multifactorial nature. Under-eye dark circles are seen in all skin types, with a strong familial component in darker skin types. Other major contributing factors include soft tissue and bony changes, skin changes, lifestyle contributions, and allergies. Involutional periorbital volumetric changes cause volume loss in the tear trough, naso-jugal and palpebro-malar grove, skin and subcutaneous tissues with tethering of the eyelid skin to the tear trough ligament, giving a sunken and hollow appearance to the lower lid. Associated prolapse of the orbital fat and thin skin can worsen the appearance of a dark circle.

Dark circles under the eyes (DC) are defined as bilateral, round, homogeneous pigment macules on the infraorbital regions. Despite its significant prevalence, there are a few published studies about its pathogenesis. DC are caused by multiple etiologic factors that include dermal melanin deposition, postinflammatory hyperpigmentation secondary to atopic or allergic contact dermatitis, periorbital edema, superficial location of vasculature, and shadowing due to skin laxity. Causative factors of infraorbital dark circles include excessive pigmentation, thin and translucent lower eyelid skin overlying the orbicularis oculi muscle, and shadowing due to skin laxity and tear trough,

Tear trough and infraorbital region changes are one of the first signs recognizable aging. A complete understanding of the anatomy and changes that occur with aging are of most importance when assessing the infraorbital region. Organizing these changes into the OCULAR mnemonic is one way to assess the infraorbital region and achieve optimal rejuvenation.

Three key physiological factors associated with the occurrence of infraorbital dark circles are hyperpigmentation, a tendency for more dilated, thicker or increased number of capillaries and thinner skin in the under-eye area. The combination of these three factors provides a robust indication of the presence of infraorbital dark circles.

Evidence suggests that periorbital hyperchromia (dark circles) occurs mainly as a consequence of postinflammatory hemodynamic congestion producing a typical bruising aspect on the lower eyelids. the reduction in the inflammatory process as well as the antioxidant protection against deleterious elements may be considered as an integral approach to preserve the integrity of vascular endothelium, preventing the hemodynamic congestion that culminates in the formation of "dark circles" around the eyes.

Infraorbital dark circles are generally not a cause of medical concern; however, they are aesthetically unpleasing for many individuals, particularly for women, and can occur across all age brackets.Their aetiology is complex and multi-factorial, and there are numerous intrinsic and extrinsic factors associated with their occurrence. Visually, dark circles are characterized by differences in colour between the palpebral and surrounding areas of facial skin. The colour of the palpebral skin is strongly associated with intrinsic factors, such as an individual’s ethnic origin and genetics, including the amount and quality of melanin pigment in the skin. However, extrinsic and lifestyle factors also play a crucial role.

Dark circles are most often associated with tiredness, sleep deprivation and fatigue; however, there are numerous other extrinsic and lifestyle-related triggers, including illness/infections, atopy and allergies, stress, hormonal changes, chronic irritation of the eye area, eye strain, exposure to UV light, dehydration, poor nutrition, vitamin deficiency, excessive alcohol consumption and smoking. Certain medicines, such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and chemotherapy drugs, are also suspected to trigger the occurrence of dark circles. The anatomy of the eye area is complex and can also be a contributory factor, for example, there is minimal infraorbital subcutaneous fat and the area is prone to blood stasis and oedema. In addition, the eye-lids have the thinnest skin of the face, and the bone structure and contour of the eye socket can lead to shadowing effects around the eye

Your eye contour is actually the eye socket area, starting from the inner corner of your eye to the outer corner and just below the brow bone area. The eye contour area is different from the rest of the face, in particular, because of the specific physiology of the skin in this zone. The skin of the eye contour area is very thin and much more sensitive, as the epidermis is just 0.04mm thick compared with 1mm on the rest of the face. Similarly, the dermis is just 0.5mm thick against 1 to 4mm for the rest of the body. Therefore, it loses water faster than other areas on your face or body, making it more prone to dryness. This dryness can also make signs of aging, such as fine lines and wrinkles, more apparent,
The skin beneath the eye lacks subcutaneous fat and has virtually no oil glands so there is less natural lubrication that makes the area more vulnerable to dehydration, and the eyes more susceptible to irritation. The eye area is particularly vulnerable to stress, and prone to dark circles and puffiness because it overlies a particularly dense capillary network and has minimal fat padding.

The skin around the eyes is more fragile, delicate and quicker to show age and fatigue. Squinting and constant movement of the eyes also hasten the appearance of lines and wrinkles, and fluids collect under the eyes and cause puffiness and dark circles. This delicate skin needs protection and plenty of moisture to replenish and repair, which helps to reduce the signs of premature aging. As the skin ages, it becomes thinner, drier, and rougher. Over-exposure to the elements and to environmental pollution aggravates this condition. Products for this area need to be particularly gentle and specially formulated with ingredients that work from the inside out by interacting with the cells under the skin's surface - without irritating the eyes.

Muscles enable the eye to move, as well as being the key in draining surrounding tissue thus promoting lymphatic and venous return. This is why the eyes can appear puffy on waking, as the muscles rest while sleeping.

It is stressed by frequent eye movements and squinting. Continuous looking at phone or computer screens, artificial lighting and environmental stressors like UV radiation and pollution strain the eyes and eye area leading to dehydration and irritation.

Because of all these specific aspects of the skin around the eyes, the following problems or a combination of them are first to appear in this fragile area:
• Fine lines and wrinkles
Fine lines and wrinkles appear at the outer corner of the eye to form the “crow’s feet”. They are the result of the inevitable depletion of collagen and elastin fibres and of exposure to strains and environmental stressors such as the sun, pollution and free radicals.
• Dark circles
Dark circles are abnormal colouring of the lower lids that is a direct consequence of micro-circulation. As we grow older, the capillary walls grow slacker and blood can no longer circulate normally. The result is accentuated subcutaneous pigmentation that is more noticeable under the eyes.
Dark circles fall into one of the following two categories:
- hereditary dark circles caused by hyperpigmentation of the skin;
- circulatory dark circles are an occasional problem caused by poor circulation of the blood. They appear during periods of fatigue, stress, or lack of sleep.
• Under-eye puffiness
Under-eye puffiness is in fact excess swelling of the lids. It has two distinct causes:
- Oedematous puffiness: this is caused by stagnating lymph. This type of puffiness, which is most noticeable on waking, tends to diminish during the day. Poor micro-circulation and the use of greasy cosmetics make this problem worse.
- Hereditary puffiness: this is the result of excess fatty cells building up in the area under the eye., hereditary puffiness is made worse by skin slackening, an inevitable part of the ageing process.
It is important to minimise morning puffiness not so much because it is a transient nuisance after awakening but because it is one of the biggest contributors to the ageing of the eye area.

The skin of the eye contour, therefore, needs very early, continuous and thorough treatment that will help to prevent further damage to the eye contour area and repair it. Eye creams should do much more than just moisturise the skin of the eye contour area. While hydration is something that the skin needs, it is not going to do much about dark circles, puffiness or the signs of ageing that are a result of collagen and elastin deterioration. Moviestar™ Eye Contour Cream addresses these issues as it is specially formulated for the thin and delicate skin around the eyes and with special delivery systems and ingredients that are gentle and non-irritating.

Moviestar™ Eye Contour Cream

Regular price Rs. 3,300.00
Sale price Rs. 3,300.00 Regular price
Shipping calculated at checkout.
In Stock
Skip to product information
1 of 15
Social Welfare

Benefits

This unique cream greatly improves the appearance of the eye contour by removing and preventing all blemishes.

⚜ Provides specialized hydration and essential moisturization to the delicate eye contour region
⚜ Prevents and eliminates dark circles
⚜ Prevents dryness and flakiness
⚜ Strengthens and protects delicate skin and counteracts environmental damage
⚜ Firms and tightens the skin around the eyes
⚜ Stimulates micro-circulation
⚜ Reduces the appearance of puffiness that comes from fluid buildup caused due to sleep deprivation, allergies, and aging, etc.
⚜ Prevents, Combats and Addresses all the signs of aging, including fine lines and wrinkles, dryness, dullness, dark circles, and puffiness
⚜ Encourages collagen and elastin growth, which are the key factors in maintaining skin firmness
⚜ Provides a brightening boost to the under eye area
⚜ Encourages circulation and discourages water retention
⚜ Posesses a lightweight texture.
⚜ Rejuvenates skin and give it a youthful glow and ton
⚜ Restores plumpness to make lines less visible.
⚜ A natural eye cream packed with antioxidants
⚜ Smoothing and revitalizing skin, resulting in the diminished appearance of expression lines
⚜ Doesn't irritate the skin and dry it out further
⚜ It prepares your skin for makeup by smoothing and lessening the appearance of dark spots and puffiness which helps an even concealer application, and keeps it from building up in the expression lines over the day.
⚜ It targets under-eye skin to add resilience to the area because it is more vulnerable and prone to irritants than the rest of the face
⚜ Super light texture enabling super fast and super deep absorption
⚜ It soothes tired eyes as it has calming, nourishing ingredients to comfort the under-eye area

Fragrance

Frankincense + Grapefruit + Tea tree merge to infuse a soothing yet unforgettable fragrance

How to use

Take desired quantity and apply under and around outer eye area to eliminate tired skin patches, dark circles, wrinkles, fine lines, puffy eyes, crow’s feet, blemishes & freckles.

⚪ Gently tap a pea-sized amount of eye cream into the area below your eyes using your ring or middle finger. Start in the innermost corner and move outward
⚜ Be gentle and use a delicate touch, to prevent aggravating the delicate skin
⚜ Give it time to get absorbed and settle before you move on to the next step
⚜ Use consistently without skipping a day

When to use

⚪ Apply this eye cream twice a day, in the morning and night. after face cleansing.
⚪ For optimum results, apply when the skin is still damp to lock in the hydration. Before applying, gently dab the skin under your eyes with a cold, damp cloth to let some extra moisture set it.

Who should use

⚪ For women and men. All skin types.

⚪ Ideal for everyone who has, or wants to prevent:
⚜ dark circles
⚜ fine lines
⚜ tired look or slack skin
⚜ under-eye puffiness
⚜ wrinkles, fine lines, crow's feet, etc.

⚪ Ideal for everyone who
⚜ scrolls on their phone for extended time
⚜ stares at the computer screen
⚜ is exposed to sunlight or pollution
⚜ spends time in dry air-conditioned environment
⚜ uses make-up

⚪ Many people start using eye cream in their 30s, when they start noticing the first subtle crease on the outer corner of their eyes. However you should start its application in your 20s, even before you see a wrinkle, because the best results come from prevention.

⚪ Including this cram in your regular skincare routine is advised for everyone, even if they don’t have any blemishes, as it prevents signs of premature aging such as wrinkles, crow's feet (Lateral Canthal Lines) etc.

All Ingredients

BestIndian™ practices 100% transparency, and believes in disclosing all ingredients used in its products. BestIndian™ guarantees that no other ingredient, apart from those listed below, has been used in this natural and synthetic chemicals free BestIndian™ Luxury:

Almond Oil ⚜ Pomegranate Seed Oil ⚜ Moringa Oil Infused With Robusta Coffee & Land Caltrops ⚜ Shea Butter ⚜ Essential Oils Of Frankincense ⚜ Marjoram ⚜ Tea Tree & Grapefruit.

Care Suggestions

⚜ Store in a cool and dry place, away from direct sunlight.
⚜ For external use only.
⚜ Reading the ingredients list is recommended to ensure that the user is not allergic to any ingredient herb.
⚜ Patch test is recommended on a small area of the skin prior to the first usage.
⚜ Best before 24 months from manufacturing.

Dermatologically Tested

This product has been thoroughly tested by dermatologists and is guaranteed safe and dermatologist approved.

Country of origin

Bharat

Scientific Explanation


Infraorbital dark circles are a common esthetic concern which can be challenging to treat given their multifactorial nature. Under-eye dark circles are seen in all skin types, with a strong familial component in darker skin types. Other major contributing factors include soft tissue and bony changes, skin changes, lifestyle contributions, and allergies. Involutional periorbital volumetric changes cause volume loss in the tear trough, naso-jugal and palpebro-malar grove, skin and subcutaneous tissues with tethering of the eyelid skin to the tear trough ligament, giving a sunken and hollow appearance to the lower lid. Associated prolapse of the orbital fat and thin skin can worsen the appearance of a dark circle.

Dark circles under the eyes (DC) are defined as bilateral, round, homogeneous pigment macules on the infraorbital regions. Despite its significant prevalence, there are a few published studies about its pathogenesis. DC are caused by multiple etiologic factors that include dermal melanin deposition, postinflammatory hyperpigmentation secondary to atopic or allergic contact dermatitis, periorbital edema, superficial location of vasculature, and shadowing due to skin laxity. Causative factors of infraorbital dark circles include excessive pigmentation, thin and translucent lower eyelid skin overlying the orbicularis oculi muscle, and shadowing due to skin laxity and tear trough,

Tear trough and infraorbital region changes are one of the first signs recognizable aging. A complete understanding of the anatomy and changes that occur with aging are of most importance when assessing the infraorbital region. Organizing these changes into the OCULAR mnemonic is one way to assess the infraorbital region and achieve optimal rejuvenation.

Three key physiological factors associated with the occurrence of infraorbital dark circles are hyperpigmentation, a tendency for more dilated, thicker or increased number of capillaries and thinner skin in the under-eye area. The combination of these three factors provides a robust indication of the presence of infraorbital dark circles.

Evidence suggests that periorbital hyperchromia (dark circles) occurs mainly as a consequence of postinflammatory hemodynamic congestion producing a typical bruising aspect on the lower eyelids. the reduction in the inflammatory process as well as the antioxidant protection against deleterious elements may be considered as an integral approach to preserve the integrity of vascular endothelium, preventing the hemodynamic congestion that culminates in the formation of "dark circles" around the eyes.

Infraorbital dark circles are generally not a cause of medical concern; however, they are aesthetically unpleasing for many individuals, particularly for women, and can occur across all age brackets.Their aetiology is complex and multi-factorial, and there are numerous intrinsic and extrinsic factors associated with their occurrence. Visually, dark circles are characterized by differences in colour between the palpebral and surrounding areas of facial skin. The colour of the palpebral skin is strongly associated with intrinsic factors, such as an individual’s ethnic origin and genetics, including the amount and quality of melanin pigment in the skin. However, extrinsic and lifestyle factors also play a crucial role.

Dark circles are most often associated with tiredness, sleep deprivation and fatigue; however, there are numerous other extrinsic and lifestyle-related triggers, including illness/infections, atopy and allergies, stress, hormonal changes, chronic irritation of the eye area, eye strain, exposure to UV light, dehydration, poor nutrition, vitamin deficiency, excessive alcohol consumption and smoking. Certain medicines, such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and chemotherapy drugs, are also suspected to trigger the occurrence of dark circles. The anatomy of the eye area is complex and can also be a contributory factor, for example, there is minimal infraorbital subcutaneous fat and the area is prone to blood stasis and oedema. In addition, the eye-lids have the thinnest skin of the face, and the bone structure and contour of the eye socket can lead to shadowing effects around the eye

Your eye contour is actually the eye socket area, starting from the inner corner of your eye to the outer corner and just below the brow bone area. The eye contour area is different from the rest of the face, in particular, because of the specific physiology of the skin in this zone. The skin of the eye contour area is very thin and much more sensitive, as the epidermis is just 0.04mm thick compared with 1mm on the rest of the face. Similarly, the dermis is just 0.5mm thick against 1 to 4mm for the rest of the body. Therefore, it loses water faster than other areas on your face or body, making it more prone to dryness. This dryness can also make signs of aging, such as fine lines and wrinkles, more apparent,
The skin beneath the eye lacks subcutaneous fat and has virtually no oil glands so there is less natural lubrication that makes the area more vulnerable to dehydration, and the eyes more susceptible to irritation. The eye area is particularly vulnerable to stress, and prone to dark circles and puffiness because it overlies a particularly dense capillary network and has minimal fat padding.

The skin around the eyes is more fragile, delicate and quicker to show age and fatigue. Squinting and constant movement of the eyes also hasten the appearance of lines and wrinkles, and fluids collect under the eyes and cause puffiness and dark circles. This delicate skin needs protection and plenty of moisture to replenish and repair, which helps to reduce the signs of premature aging. As the skin ages, it becomes thinner, drier, and rougher. Over-exposure to the elements and to environmental pollution aggravates this condition. Products for this area need to be particularly gentle and specially formulated with ingredients that work from the inside out by interacting with the cells under the skin's surface - without irritating the eyes.

Muscles enable the eye to move, as well as being the key in draining surrounding tissue thus promoting lymphatic and venous return. This is why the eyes can appear puffy on waking, as the muscles rest while sleeping.

It is stressed by frequent eye movements and squinting. Continuous looking at phone or computer screens, artificial lighting and environmental stressors like UV radiation and pollution strain the eyes and eye area leading to dehydration and irritation.

Because of all these specific aspects of the skin around the eyes, the following problems or a combination of them are first to appear in this fragile area:
• Fine lines and wrinkles
Fine lines and wrinkles appear at the outer corner of the eye to form the “crow’s feet”. They are the result of the inevitable depletion of collagen and elastin fibres and of exposure to strains and environmental stressors such as the sun, pollution and free radicals.
• Dark circles
Dark circles are abnormal colouring of the lower lids that is a direct consequence of micro-circulation. As we grow older, the capillary walls grow slacker and blood can no longer circulate normally. The result is accentuated subcutaneous pigmentation that is more noticeable under the eyes.
Dark circles fall into one of the following two categories:
- hereditary dark circles caused by hyperpigmentation of the skin;
- circulatory dark circles are an occasional problem caused by poor circulation of the blood. They appear during periods of fatigue, stress, or lack of sleep.
• Under-eye puffiness
Under-eye puffiness is in fact excess swelling of the lids. It has two distinct causes:
- Oedematous puffiness: this is caused by stagnating lymph. This type of puffiness, which is most noticeable on waking, tends to diminish during the day. Poor micro-circulation and the use of greasy cosmetics make this problem worse.
- Hereditary puffiness: this is the result of excess fatty cells building up in the area under the eye., hereditary puffiness is made worse by skin slackening, an inevitable part of the ageing process.
It is important to minimise morning puffiness not so much because it is a transient nuisance after awakening but because it is one of the biggest contributors to the ageing of the eye area.

The skin of the eye contour, therefore, needs very early, continuous and thorough treatment that will help to prevent further damage to the eye contour area and repair it. Eye creams should do much more than just moisturise the skin of the eye contour area. While hydration is something that the skin needs, it is not going to do much about dark circles, puffiness or the signs of ageing that are a result of collagen and elastin deterioration. Moviestar™ Eye Contour Cream addresses these issues as it is specially formulated for the thin and delicate skin around the eyes and with special delivery systems and ingredients that are gentle and non-irritating.

Moviestar™ Eye Contour Cream

Regular price Rs. 3,300.00
Sale price Rs. 3,300.00 Regular price
Shipping calculated at checkout.
In Stock
Social Welfare

Benefits

This unique cream greatly improves the appearance of the eye contour by removing and preventing all blemishes.

⚜ Provides specialized hydration and essential moisturization to the delicate eye contour region
⚜ Prevents and eliminates dark circles
⚜ Prevents dryness and flakiness
⚜ Strengthens and protects delicate skin and counteracts environmental damage
⚜ Firms and tightens the skin around the eyes
⚜ Stimulates micro-circulation
⚜ Reduces the appearance of puffiness that comes from fluid buildup caused due to sleep deprivation, allergies, and aging, etc.
⚜ Prevents, Combats and Addresses all the signs of aging, including fine lines and wrinkles, dryness, dullness, dark circles, and puffiness
⚜ Encourages collagen and elastin growth, which are the key factors in maintaining skin firmness
⚜ Provides a brightening boost to the under eye area
⚜ Encourages circulation and discourages water retention
⚜ Posesses a lightweight texture.
⚜ Rejuvenates skin and give it a youthful glow and ton
⚜ Restores plumpness to make lines less visible.
⚜ A natural eye cream packed with antioxidants
⚜ Smoothing and revitalizing skin, resulting in the diminished appearance of expression lines
⚜ Doesn't irritate the skin and dry it out further
⚜ It prepares your skin for makeup by smoothing and lessening the appearance of dark spots and puffiness which helps an even concealer application, and keeps it from building up in the expression lines over the day.
⚜ It targets under-eye skin to add resilience to the area because it is more vulnerable and prone to irritants than the rest of the face
⚜ Super light texture enabling super fast and super deep absorption
⚜ It soothes tired eyes as it has calming, nourishing ingredients to comfort the under-eye area

Fragrance

Frankincense + Grapefruit + Tea tree merge to infuse a soothing yet unforgettable fragrance

How to use

Take desired quantity and apply under and around outer eye area to eliminate tired skin patches, dark circles, wrinkles, fine lines, puffy eyes, crow’s feet, blemishes & freckles.

⚪ Gently tap a pea-sized amount of eye cream into the area below your eyes using your ring or middle finger. Start in the innermost corner and move outward
⚜ Be gentle and use a delicate touch, to prevent aggravating the delicate skin
⚜ Give it time to get absorbed and settle before you move on to the next step
⚜ Use consistently without skipping a day

When to use

⚪ Apply this eye cream twice a day, in the morning and night. after face cleansing.
⚪ For optimum results, apply when the skin is still damp to lock in the hydration. Before applying, gently dab the skin under your eyes with a cold, damp cloth to let some extra moisture set it.

Who should use

⚪ For women and men. All skin types.

⚪ Ideal for everyone who has, or wants to prevent:
⚜ dark circles
⚜ fine lines
⚜ tired look or slack skin
⚜ under-eye puffiness
⚜ wrinkles, fine lines, crow's feet, etc.

⚪ Ideal for everyone who
⚜ scrolls on their phone for extended time
⚜ stares at the computer screen
⚜ is exposed to sunlight or pollution
⚜ spends time in dry air-conditioned environment
⚜ uses make-up

⚪ Many people start using eye cream in their 30s, when they start noticing the first subtle crease on the outer corner of their eyes. However you should start its application in your 20s, even before you see a wrinkle, because the best results come from prevention.

⚪ Including this cram in your regular skincare routine is advised for everyone, even if they don’t have any blemishes, as it prevents signs of premature aging such as wrinkles, crow's feet (Lateral Canthal Lines) etc.

All Ingredients

BestIndian™ practices 100% transparency, and believes in disclosing all ingredients used in its products. BestIndian™ guarantees that no other ingredient, apart from those listed below, has been used in this natural and synthetic chemicals free BestIndian™ Luxury:

Almond Oil ⚜ Pomegranate Seed Oil ⚜ Moringa Oil Infused With Robusta Coffee & Land Caltrops ⚜ Shea Butter ⚜ Essential Oils Of Frankincense ⚜ Marjoram ⚜ Tea Tree & Grapefruit.

Care Suggestions

⚜ Store in a cool and dry place, away from direct sunlight.
⚜ For external use only.
⚜ Reading the ingredients list is recommended to ensure that the user is not allergic to any ingredient herb.
⚜ Patch test is recommended on a small area of the skin prior to the first usage.
⚜ Best before 24 months from manufacturing.

Dermatologically Tested

This product has been thoroughly tested by dermatologists and is guaranteed safe and dermatologist approved.

Country of origin

Bharat

Scientific Explanation


Infraorbital dark circles are a common esthetic concern which can be challenging to treat given their multifactorial nature. Under-eye dark circles are seen in all skin types, with a strong familial component in darker skin types. Other major contributing factors include soft tissue and bony changes, skin changes, lifestyle contributions, and allergies. Involutional periorbital volumetric changes cause volume loss in the tear trough, naso-jugal and palpebro-malar grove, skin and subcutaneous tissues with tethering of the eyelid skin to the tear trough ligament, giving a sunken and hollow appearance to the lower lid. Associated prolapse of the orbital fat and thin skin can worsen the appearance of a dark circle.

Dark circles under the eyes (DC) are defined as bilateral, round, homogeneous pigment macules on the infraorbital regions. Despite its significant prevalence, there are a few published studies about its pathogenesis. DC are caused by multiple etiologic factors that include dermal melanin deposition, postinflammatory hyperpigmentation secondary to atopic or allergic contact dermatitis, periorbital edema, superficial location of vasculature, and shadowing due to skin laxity. Causative factors of infraorbital dark circles include excessive pigmentation, thin and translucent lower eyelid skin overlying the orbicularis oculi muscle, and shadowing due to skin laxity and tear trough,

Tear trough and infraorbital region changes are one of the first signs recognizable aging. A complete understanding of the anatomy and changes that occur with aging are of most importance when assessing the infraorbital region. Organizing these changes into the OCULAR mnemonic is one way to assess the infraorbital region and achieve optimal rejuvenation.

Three key physiological factors associated with the occurrence of infraorbital dark circles are hyperpigmentation, a tendency for more dilated, thicker or increased number of capillaries and thinner skin in the under-eye area. The combination of these three factors provides a robust indication of the presence of infraorbital dark circles.

Evidence suggests that periorbital hyperchromia (dark circles) occurs mainly as a consequence of postinflammatory hemodynamic congestion producing a typical bruising aspect on the lower eyelids. the reduction in the inflammatory process as well as the antioxidant protection against deleterious elements may be considered as an integral approach to preserve the integrity of vascular endothelium, preventing the hemodynamic congestion that culminates in the formation of "dark circles" around the eyes.

Infraorbital dark circles are generally not a cause of medical concern; however, they are aesthetically unpleasing for many individuals, particularly for women, and can occur across all age brackets.Their aetiology is complex and multi-factorial, and there are numerous intrinsic and extrinsic factors associated with their occurrence. Visually, dark circles are characterized by differences in colour between the palpebral and surrounding areas of facial skin. The colour of the palpebral skin is strongly associated with intrinsic factors, such as an individual’s ethnic origin and genetics, including the amount and quality of melanin pigment in the skin. However, extrinsic and lifestyle factors also play a crucial role.

Dark circles are most often associated with tiredness, sleep deprivation and fatigue; however, there are numerous other extrinsic and lifestyle-related triggers, including illness/infections, atopy and allergies, stress, hormonal changes, chronic irritation of the eye area, eye strain, exposure to UV light, dehydration, poor nutrition, vitamin deficiency, excessive alcohol consumption and smoking. Certain medicines, such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and chemotherapy drugs, are also suspected to trigger the occurrence of dark circles. The anatomy of the eye area is complex and can also be a contributory factor, for example, there is minimal infraorbital subcutaneous fat and the area is prone to blood stasis and oedema. In addition, the eye-lids have the thinnest skin of the face, and the bone structure and contour of the eye socket can lead to shadowing effects around the eye

Your eye contour is actually the eye socket area, starting from the inner corner of your eye to the outer corner and just below the brow bone area. The eye contour area is different from the rest of the face, in particular, because of the specific physiology of the skin in this zone. The skin of the eye contour area is very thin and much more sensitive, as the epidermis is just 0.04mm thick compared with 1mm on the rest of the face. Similarly, the dermis is just 0.5mm thick against 1 to 4mm for the rest of the body. Therefore, it loses water faster than other areas on your face or body, making it more prone to dryness. This dryness can also make signs of aging, such as fine lines and wrinkles, more apparent,
The skin beneath the eye lacks subcutaneous fat and has virtually no oil glands so there is less natural lubrication that makes the area more vulnerable to dehydration, and the eyes more susceptible to irritation. The eye area is particularly vulnerable to stress, and prone to dark circles and puffiness because it overlies a particularly dense capillary network and has minimal fat padding.

The skin around the eyes is more fragile, delicate and quicker to show age and fatigue. Squinting and constant movement of the eyes also hasten the appearance of lines and wrinkles, and fluids collect under the eyes and cause puffiness and dark circles. This delicate skin needs protection and plenty of moisture to replenish and repair, which helps to reduce the signs of premature aging. As the skin ages, it becomes thinner, drier, and rougher. Over-exposure to the elements and to environmental pollution aggravates this condition. Products for this area need to be particularly gentle and specially formulated with ingredients that work from the inside out by interacting with the cells under the skin's surface - without irritating the eyes.

Muscles enable the eye to move, as well as being the key in draining surrounding tissue thus promoting lymphatic and venous return. This is why the eyes can appear puffy on waking, as the muscles rest while sleeping.

It is stressed by frequent eye movements and squinting. Continuous looking at phone or computer screens, artificial lighting and environmental stressors like UV radiation and pollution strain the eyes and eye area leading to dehydration and irritation.

Because of all these specific aspects of the skin around the eyes, the following problems or a combination of them are first to appear in this fragile area:
• Fine lines and wrinkles
Fine lines and wrinkles appear at the outer corner of the eye to form the “crow’s feet”. They are the result of the inevitable depletion of collagen and elastin fibres and of exposure to strains and environmental stressors such as the sun, pollution and free radicals.
• Dark circles
Dark circles are abnormal colouring of the lower lids that is a direct consequence of micro-circulation. As we grow older, the capillary walls grow slacker and blood can no longer circulate normally. The result is accentuated subcutaneous pigmentation that is more noticeable under the eyes.
Dark circles fall into one of the following two categories:
- hereditary dark circles caused by hyperpigmentation of the skin;
- circulatory dark circles are an occasional problem caused by poor circulation of the blood. They appear during periods of fatigue, stress, or lack of sleep.
• Under-eye puffiness
Under-eye puffiness is in fact excess swelling of the lids. It has two distinct causes:
- Oedematous puffiness: this is caused by stagnating lymph. This type of puffiness, which is most noticeable on waking, tends to diminish during the day. Poor micro-circulation and the use of greasy cosmetics make this problem worse.
- Hereditary puffiness: this is the result of excess fatty cells building up in the area under the eye., hereditary puffiness is made worse by skin slackening, an inevitable part of the ageing process.
It is important to minimise morning puffiness not so much because it is a transient nuisance after awakening but because it is one of the biggest contributors to the ageing of the eye area.

The skin of the eye contour, therefore, needs very early, continuous and thorough treatment that will help to prevent further damage to the eye contour area and repair it. Eye creams should do much more than just moisturise the skin of the eye contour area. While hydration is something that the skin needs, it is not going to do much about dark circles, puffiness or the signs of ageing that are a result of collagen and elastin deterioration. Moviestar™ Eye Contour Cream addresses these issues as it is specially formulated for the thin and delicate skin around the eyes and with special delivery systems and ingredients that are gentle and non-irritating.

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Moviestar™ Eye Contour Cream

Regular price Rs. 3,300.00
Sale price Rs. 3,300.00 Regular price
Shipping calculated at checkout.
In Stock
Social Welfare

Benefits

This unique cream greatly improves the appearance of the eye contour by removing and preventing all blemishes.

⚜ Provides specialized hydration and essential moisturization to the delicate eye contour region
⚜ Prevents and eliminates dark circles
⚜ Prevents dryness and flakiness
⚜ Strengthens and protects delicate skin and counteracts environmental damage
⚜ Firms and tightens the skin around the eyes
⚜ Stimulates micro-circulation
⚜ Reduces the appearance of puffiness that comes from fluid buildup caused due to sleep deprivation, allergies, and aging, etc.
⚜ Prevents, Combats and Addresses all the signs of aging, including fine lines and wrinkles, dryness, dullness, dark circles, and puffiness
⚜ Encourages collagen and elastin growth, which are the key factors in maintaining skin firmness
⚜ Provides a brightening boost to the under eye area
⚜ Encourages circulation and discourages water retention
⚜ Posesses a lightweight texture.
⚜ Rejuvenates skin and give it a youthful glow and ton
⚜ Restores plumpness to make lines less visible.
⚜ A natural eye cream packed with antioxidants
⚜ Smoothing and revitalizing skin, resulting in the diminished appearance of expression lines
⚜ Doesn't irritate the skin and dry it out further
⚜ It prepares your skin for makeup by smoothing and lessening the appearance of dark spots and puffiness which helps an even concealer application, and keeps it from building up in the expression lines over the day.
⚜ It targets under-eye skin to add resilience to the area because it is more vulnerable and prone to irritants than the rest of the face
⚜ Super light texture enabling super fast and super deep absorption
⚜ It soothes tired eyes as it has calming, nourishing ingredients to comfort the under-eye area

Fragrance

Frankincense + Grapefruit + Tea tree merge to infuse a soothing yet unforgettable fragrance

How to use

Take desired quantity and apply under and around outer eye area to eliminate tired skin patches, dark circles, wrinkles, fine lines, puffy eyes, crow’s feet, blemishes & freckles.

⚪ Gently tap a pea-sized amount of eye cream into the area below your eyes using your ring or middle finger. Start in the innermost corner and move outward
⚜ Be gentle and use a delicate touch, to prevent aggravating the delicate skin
⚜ Give it time to get absorbed and settle before you move on to the next step
⚜ Use consistently without skipping a day

When to use

⚪ Apply this eye cream twice a day, in the morning and night. after face cleansing.
⚪ For optimum results, apply when the skin is still damp to lock in the hydration. Before applying, gently dab the skin under your eyes with a cold, damp cloth to let some extra moisture set it.

Who should use

⚪ For women and men. All skin types.

⚪ Ideal for everyone who has, or wants to prevent:
⚜ dark circles
⚜ fine lines
⚜ tired look or slack skin
⚜ under-eye puffiness
⚜ wrinkles, fine lines, crow's feet, etc.

⚪ Ideal for everyone who
⚜ scrolls on their phone for extended time
⚜ stares at the computer screen
⚜ is exposed to sunlight or pollution
⚜ spends time in dry air-conditioned environment
⚜ uses make-up

⚪ Many people start using eye cream in their 30s, when they start noticing the first subtle crease on the outer corner of their eyes. However you should start its application in your 20s, even before you see a wrinkle, because the best results come from prevention.

⚪ Including this cram in your regular skincare routine is advised for everyone, even if they don’t have any blemishes, as it prevents signs of premature aging such as wrinkles, crow's feet (Lateral Canthal Lines) etc.

All Ingredients

BestIndian™ practices 100% transparency, and believes in disclosing all ingredients used in its products. BestIndian™ guarantees that no other ingredient, apart from those listed below, has been used in this natural and synthetic chemicals free BestIndian™ Luxury:

Almond Oil ⚜ Pomegranate Seed Oil ⚜ Moringa Oil Infused With Robusta Coffee & Land Caltrops ⚜ Shea Butter ⚜ Essential Oils Of Frankincense ⚜ Marjoram ⚜ Tea Tree & Grapefruit.

Care Suggestions

⚜ Store in a cool and dry place, away from direct sunlight.
⚜ For external use only.
⚜ Reading the ingredients list is recommended to ensure that the user is not allergic to any ingredient herb.
⚜ Patch test is recommended on a small area of the skin prior to the first usage.
⚜ Best before 24 months from manufacturing.

Dermatologically Tested

This product has been thoroughly tested by dermatologists and is guaranteed safe and dermatologist approved.

Country of origin

Bharat

Scientific Explanation


Infraorbital dark circles are a common esthetic concern which can be challenging to treat given their multifactorial nature. Under-eye dark circles are seen in all skin types, with a strong familial component in darker skin types. Other major contributing factors include soft tissue and bony changes, skin changes, lifestyle contributions, and allergies. Involutional periorbital volumetric changes cause volume loss in the tear trough, naso-jugal and palpebro-malar grove, skin and subcutaneous tissues with tethering of the eyelid skin to the tear trough ligament, giving a sunken and hollow appearance to the lower lid. Associated prolapse of the orbital fat and thin skin can worsen the appearance of a dark circle.

Dark circles under the eyes (DC) are defined as bilateral, round, homogeneous pigment macules on the infraorbital regions. Despite its significant prevalence, there are a few published studies about its pathogenesis. DC are caused by multiple etiologic factors that include dermal melanin deposition, postinflammatory hyperpigmentation secondary to atopic or allergic contact dermatitis, periorbital edema, superficial location of vasculature, and shadowing due to skin laxity. Causative factors of infraorbital dark circles include excessive pigmentation, thin and translucent lower eyelid skin overlying the orbicularis oculi muscle, and shadowing due to skin laxity and tear trough,

Tear trough and infraorbital region changes are one of the first signs recognizable aging. A complete understanding of the anatomy and changes that occur with aging are of most importance when assessing the infraorbital region. Organizing these changes into the OCULAR mnemonic is one way to assess the infraorbital region and achieve optimal rejuvenation.

Three key physiological factors associated with the occurrence of infraorbital dark circles are hyperpigmentation, a tendency for more dilated, thicker or increased number of capillaries and thinner skin in the under-eye area. The combination of these three factors provides a robust indication of the presence of infraorbital dark circles.

Evidence suggests that periorbital hyperchromia (dark circles) occurs mainly as a consequence of postinflammatory hemodynamic congestion producing a typical bruising aspect on the lower eyelids. the reduction in the inflammatory process as well as the antioxidant protection against deleterious elements may be considered as an integral approach to preserve the integrity of vascular endothelium, preventing the hemodynamic congestion that culminates in the formation of "dark circles" around the eyes.

Infraorbital dark circles are generally not a cause of medical concern; however, they are aesthetically unpleasing for many individuals, particularly for women, and can occur across all age brackets.Their aetiology is complex and multi-factorial, and there are numerous intrinsic and extrinsic factors associated with their occurrence. Visually, dark circles are characterized by differences in colour between the palpebral and surrounding areas of facial skin. The colour of the palpebral skin is strongly associated with intrinsic factors, such as an individual’s ethnic origin and genetics, including the amount and quality of melanin pigment in the skin. However, extrinsic and lifestyle factors also play a crucial role.

Dark circles are most often associated with tiredness, sleep deprivation and fatigue; however, there are numerous other extrinsic and lifestyle-related triggers, including illness/infections, atopy and allergies, stress, hormonal changes, chronic irritation of the eye area, eye strain, exposure to UV light, dehydration, poor nutrition, vitamin deficiency, excessive alcohol consumption and smoking. Certain medicines, such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and chemotherapy drugs, are also suspected to trigger the occurrence of dark circles. The anatomy of the eye area is complex and can also be a contributory factor, for example, there is minimal infraorbital subcutaneous fat and the area is prone to blood stasis and oedema. In addition, the eye-lids have the thinnest skin of the face, and the bone structure and contour of the eye socket can lead to shadowing effects around the eye

Your eye contour is actually the eye socket area, starting from the inner corner of your eye to the outer corner and just below the brow bone area. The eye contour area is different from the rest of the face, in particular, because of the specific physiology of the skin in this zone. The skin of the eye contour area is very thin and much more sensitive, as the epidermis is just 0.04mm thick compared with 1mm on the rest of the face. Similarly, the dermis is just 0.5mm thick against 1 to 4mm for the rest of the body. Therefore, it loses water faster than other areas on your face or body, making it more prone to dryness. This dryness can also make signs of aging, such as fine lines and wrinkles, more apparent,
The skin beneath the eye lacks subcutaneous fat and has virtually no oil glands so there is less natural lubrication that makes the area more vulnerable to dehydration, and the eyes more susceptible to irritation. The eye area is particularly vulnerable to stress, and prone to dark circles and puffiness because it overlies a particularly dense capillary network and has minimal fat padding.

The skin around the eyes is more fragile, delicate and quicker to show age and fatigue. Squinting and constant movement of the eyes also hasten the appearance of lines and wrinkles, and fluids collect under the eyes and cause puffiness and dark circles. This delicate skin needs protection and plenty of moisture to replenish and repair, which helps to reduce the signs of premature aging. As the skin ages, it becomes thinner, drier, and rougher. Over-exposure to the elements and to environmental pollution aggravates this condition. Products for this area need to be particularly gentle and specially formulated with ingredients that work from the inside out by interacting with the cells under the skin's surface - without irritating the eyes.

Muscles enable the eye to move, as well as being the key in draining surrounding tissue thus promoting lymphatic and venous return. This is why the eyes can appear puffy on waking, as the muscles rest while sleeping.

It is stressed by frequent eye movements and squinting. Continuous looking at phone or computer screens, artificial lighting and environmental stressors like UV radiation and pollution strain the eyes and eye area leading to dehydration and irritation.

Because of all these specific aspects of the skin around the eyes, the following problems or a combination of them are first to appear in this fragile area:
• Fine lines and wrinkles
Fine lines and wrinkles appear at the outer corner of the eye to form the “crow’s feet”. They are the result of the inevitable depletion of collagen and elastin fibres and of exposure to strains and environmental stressors such as the sun, pollution and free radicals.
• Dark circles
Dark circles are abnormal colouring of the lower lids that is a direct consequence of micro-circulation. As we grow older, the capillary walls grow slacker and blood can no longer circulate normally. The result is accentuated subcutaneous pigmentation that is more noticeable under the eyes.
Dark circles fall into one of the following two categories:
- hereditary dark circles caused by hyperpigmentation of the skin;
- circulatory dark circles are an occasional problem caused by poor circulation of the blood. They appear during periods of fatigue, stress, or lack of sleep.
• Under-eye puffiness
Under-eye puffiness is in fact excess swelling of the lids. It has two distinct causes:
- Oedematous puffiness: this is caused by stagnating lymph. This type of puffiness, which is most noticeable on waking, tends to diminish during the day. Poor micro-circulation and the use of greasy cosmetics make this problem worse.
- Hereditary puffiness: this is the result of excess fatty cells building up in the area under the eye., hereditary puffiness is made worse by skin slackening, an inevitable part of the ageing process.
It is important to minimise morning puffiness not so much because it is a transient nuisance after awakening but because it is one of the biggest contributors to the ageing of the eye area.

The skin of the eye contour, therefore, needs very early, continuous and thorough treatment that will help to prevent further damage to the eye contour area and repair it. Eye creams should do much more than just moisturise the skin of the eye contour area. While hydration is something that the skin needs, it is not going to do much about dark circles, puffiness or the signs of ageing that are a result of collagen and elastin deterioration. Moviestar™ Eye Contour Cream addresses these issues as it is specially formulated for the thin and delicate skin around the eyes and with special delivery systems and ingredients that are gentle and non-irritating.

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Moviestar™ Eye Contour Cream

Regular price Rs. 3,300.00
Sale price Rs. 3,300.00 Regular price
Shipping calculated at checkout.
In Stock
Social Welfare

Benefits

This unique cream greatly improves the appearance of the eye contour by removing and preventing all blemishes.

⚜ Provides specialized hydration and essential moisturization to the delicate eye contour region
⚜ Prevents and eliminates dark circles
⚜ Prevents dryness and flakiness
⚜ Strengthens and protects delicate skin and counteracts environmental damage
⚜ Firms and tightens the skin around the eyes
⚜ Stimulates micro-circulation
⚜ Reduces the appearance of puffiness that comes from fluid buildup caused due to sleep deprivation, allergies, and aging, etc.
⚜ Prevents, Combats and Addresses all the signs of aging, including fine lines and wrinkles, dryness, dullness, dark circles, and puffiness
⚜ Encourages collagen and elastin growth, which are the key factors in maintaining skin firmness
⚜ Provides a brightening boost to the under eye area
⚜ Encourages circulation and discourages water retention
⚜ Posesses a lightweight texture.
⚜ Rejuvenates skin and give it a youthful glow and ton
⚜ Restores plumpness to make lines less visible.
⚜ A natural eye cream packed with antioxidants
⚜ Smoothing and revitalizing skin, resulting in the diminished appearance of expression lines
⚜ Doesn't irritate the skin and dry it out further
⚜ It prepares your skin for makeup by smoothing and lessening the appearance of dark spots and puffiness which helps an even concealer application, and keeps it from building up in the expression lines over the day.
⚜ It targets under-eye skin to add resilience to the area because it is more vulnerable and prone to irritants than the rest of the face
⚜ Super light texture enabling super fast and super deep absorption
⚜ It soothes tired eyes as it has calming, nourishing ingredients to comfort the under-eye area

Fragrance

Frankincense + Grapefruit + Tea tree merge to infuse a soothing yet unforgettable fragrance

How to use

Take desired quantity and apply under and around outer eye area to eliminate tired skin patches, dark circles, wrinkles, fine lines, puffy eyes, crow’s feet, blemishes & freckles.

⚪ Gently tap a pea-sized amount of eye cream into the area below your eyes using your ring or middle finger. Start in the innermost corner and move outward
⚜ Be gentle and use a delicate touch, to prevent aggravating the delicate skin
⚜ Give it time to get absorbed and settle before you move on to the next step
⚜ Use consistently without skipping a day

When to use

⚪ Apply this eye cream twice a day, in the morning and night. after face cleansing.
⚪ For optimum results, apply when the skin is still damp to lock in the hydration. Before applying, gently dab the skin under your eyes with a cold, damp cloth to let some extra moisture set it.

Who should use

⚪ For women and men. All skin types.

⚪ Ideal for everyone who has, or wants to prevent:
⚜ dark circles
⚜ fine lines
⚜ tired look or slack skin
⚜ under-eye puffiness
⚜ wrinkles, fine lines, crow's feet, etc.

⚪ Ideal for everyone who
⚜ scrolls on their phone for extended time
⚜ stares at the computer screen
⚜ is exposed to sunlight or pollution
⚜ spends time in dry air-conditioned environment
⚜ uses make-up

⚪ Many people start using eye cream in their 30s, when they start noticing the first subtle crease on the outer corner of their eyes. However you should start its application in your 20s, even before you see a wrinkle, because the best results come from prevention.

⚪ Including this cram in your regular skincare routine is advised for everyone, even if they don’t have any blemishes, as it prevents signs of premature aging such as wrinkles, crow's feet (Lateral Canthal Lines) etc.

All Ingredients

BestIndian™ practices 100% transparency, and believes in disclosing all ingredients used in its products. BestIndian™ guarantees that no other ingredient, apart from those listed below, has been used in this natural and synthetic chemicals free BestIndian™ Luxury:

Almond Oil ⚜ Pomegranate Seed Oil ⚜ Moringa Oil Infused With Robusta Coffee & Land Caltrops ⚜ Shea Butter ⚜ Essential Oils Of Frankincense ⚜ Marjoram ⚜ Tea Tree & Grapefruit.

Care Suggestions

⚜ Store in a cool and dry place, away from direct sunlight.
⚜ For external use only.
⚜ Reading the ingredients list is recommended to ensure that the user is not allergic to any ingredient herb.
⚜ Patch test is recommended on a small area of the skin prior to the first usage.
⚜ Best before 24 months from manufacturing.

Dermatologically Tested

This product has been thoroughly tested by dermatologists and is guaranteed safe and dermatologist approved.

Country of origin

Bharat

Scientific Explanation


Infraorbital dark circles are a common esthetic concern which can be challenging to treat given their multifactorial nature. Under-eye dark circles are seen in all skin types, with a strong familial component in darker skin types. Other major contributing factors include soft tissue and bony changes, skin changes, lifestyle contributions, and allergies. Involutional periorbital volumetric changes cause volume loss in the tear trough, naso-jugal and palpebro-malar grove, skin and subcutaneous tissues with tethering of the eyelid skin to the tear trough ligament, giving a sunken and hollow appearance to the lower lid. Associated prolapse of the orbital fat and thin skin can worsen the appearance of a dark circle.

Dark circles under the eyes (DC) are defined as bilateral, round, homogeneous pigment macules on the infraorbital regions. Despite its significant prevalence, there are a few published studies about its pathogenesis. DC are caused by multiple etiologic factors that include dermal melanin deposition, postinflammatory hyperpigmentation secondary to atopic or allergic contact dermatitis, periorbital edema, superficial location of vasculature, and shadowing due to skin laxity. Causative factors of infraorbital dark circles include excessive pigmentation, thin and translucent lower eyelid skin overlying the orbicularis oculi muscle, and shadowing due to skin laxity and tear trough,

Tear trough and infraorbital region changes are one of the first signs recognizable aging. A complete understanding of the anatomy and changes that occur with aging are of most importance when assessing the infraorbital region. Organizing these changes into the OCULAR mnemonic is one way to assess the infraorbital region and achieve optimal rejuvenation.

Three key physiological factors associated with the occurrence of infraorbital dark circles are hyperpigmentation, a tendency for more dilated, thicker or increased number of capillaries and thinner skin in the under-eye area. The combination of these three factors provides a robust indication of the presence of infraorbital dark circles.

Evidence suggests that periorbital hyperchromia (dark circles) occurs mainly as a consequence of postinflammatory hemodynamic congestion producing a typical bruising aspect on the lower eyelids. the reduction in the inflammatory process as well as the antioxidant protection against deleterious elements may be considered as an integral approach to preserve the integrity of vascular endothelium, preventing the hemodynamic congestion that culminates in the formation of "dark circles" around the eyes.

Infraorbital dark circles are generally not a cause of medical concern; however, they are aesthetically unpleasing for many individuals, particularly for women, and can occur across all age brackets.Their aetiology is complex and multi-factorial, and there are numerous intrinsic and extrinsic factors associated with their occurrence. Visually, dark circles are characterized by differences in colour between the palpebral and surrounding areas of facial skin. The colour of the palpebral skin is strongly associated with intrinsic factors, such as an individual’s ethnic origin and genetics, including the amount and quality of melanin pigment in the skin. However, extrinsic and lifestyle factors also play a crucial role.

Dark circles are most often associated with tiredness, sleep deprivation and fatigue; however, there are numerous other extrinsic and lifestyle-related triggers, including illness/infections, atopy and allergies, stress, hormonal changes, chronic irritation of the eye area, eye strain, exposure to UV light, dehydration, poor nutrition, vitamin deficiency, excessive alcohol consumption and smoking. Certain medicines, such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and chemotherapy drugs, are also suspected to trigger the occurrence of dark circles. The anatomy of the eye area is complex and can also be a contributory factor, for example, there is minimal infraorbital subcutaneous fat and the area is prone to blood stasis and oedema. In addition, the eye-lids have the thinnest skin of the face, and the bone structure and contour of the eye socket can lead to shadowing effects around the eye

Your eye contour is actually the eye socket area, starting from the inner corner of your eye to the outer corner and just below the brow bone area. The eye contour area is different from the rest of the face, in particular, because of the specific physiology of the skin in this zone. The skin of the eye contour area is very thin and much more sensitive, as the epidermis is just 0.04mm thick compared with 1mm on the rest of the face. Similarly, the dermis is just 0.5mm thick against 1 to 4mm for the rest of the body. Therefore, it loses water faster than other areas on your face or body, making it more prone to dryness. This dryness can also make signs of aging, such as fine lines and wrinkles, more apparent,
The skin beneath the eye lacks subcutaneous fat and has virtually no oil glands so there is less natural lubrication that makes the area more vulnerable to dehydration, and the eyes more susceptible to irritation. The eye area is particularly vulnerable to stress, and prone to dark circles and puffiness because it overlies a particularly dense capillary network and has minimal fat padding.

The skin around the eyes is more fragile, delicate and quicker to show age and fatigue. Squinting and constant movement of the eyes also hasten the appearance of lines and wrinkles, and fluids collect under the eyes and cause puffiness and dark circles. This delicate skin needs protection and plenty of moisture to replenish and repair, which helps to reduce the signs of premature aging. As the skin ages, it becomes thinner, drier, and rougher. Over-exposure to the elements and to environmental pollution aggravates this condition. Products for this area need to be particularly gentle and specially formulated with ingredients that work from the inside out by interacting with the cells under the skin's surface - without irritating the eyes.

Muscles enable the eye to move, as well as being the key in draining surrounding tissue thus promoting lymphatic and venous return. This is why the eyes can appear puffy on waking, as the muscles rest while sleeping.

It is stressed by frequent eye movements and squinting. Continuous looking at phone or computer screens, artificial lighting and environmental stressors like UV radiation and pollution strain the eyes and eye area leading to dehydration and irritation.

Because of all these specific aspects of the skin around the eyes, the following problems or a combination of them are first to appear in this fragile area:
• Fine lines and wrinkles
Fine lines and wrinkles appear at the outer corner of the eye to form the “crow’s feet”. They are the result of the inevitable depletion of collagen and elastin fibres and of exposure to strains and environmental stressors such as the sun, pollution and free radicals.
• Dark circles
Dark circles are abnormal colouring of the lower lids that is a direct consequence of micro-circulation. As we grow older, the capillary walls grow slacker and blood can no longer circulate normally. The result is accentuated subcutaneous pigmentation that is more noticeable under the eyes.
Dark circles fall into one of the following two categories:
- hereditary dark circles caused by hyperpigmentation of the skin;
- circulatory dark circles are an occasional problem caused by poor circulation of the blood. They appear during periods of fatigue, stress, or lack of sleep.
• Under-eye puffiness
Under-eye puffiness is in fact excess swelling of the lids. It has two distinct causes:
- Oedematous puffiness: this is caused by stagnating lymph. This type of puffiness, which is most noticeable on waking, tends to diminish during the day. Poor micro-circulation and the use of greasy cosmetics make this problem worse.
- Hereditary puffiness: this is the result of excess fatty cells building up in the area under the eye., hereditary puffiness is made worse by skin slackening, an inevitable part of the ageing process.
It is important to minimise morning puffiness not so much because it is a transient nuisance after awakening but because it is one of the biggest contributors to the ageing of the eye area.

The skin of the eye contour, therefore, needs very early, continuous and thorough treatment that will help to prevent further damage to the eye contour area and repair it. Eye creams should do much more than just moisturise the skin of the eye contour area. While hydration is something that the skin needs, it is not going to do much about dark circles, puffiness or the signs of ageing that are a result of collagen and elastin deterioration. Moviestar™ Eye Contour Cream addresses these issues as it is specially formulated for the thin and delicate skin around the eyes and with special delivery systems and ingredients that are gentle and non-irritating.

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