AA Skincare Seaweed & Aloe Refreshing Eye Gel Review

Contacted by AA Skincare, here is one beauty essential to remove make up and revitalize tired eyes. And one more reason to treat or prevent those wrinkles!

AA Skincare Essential’s multi-purpose Seaweed & Aloe Refreshing Eye Gel helps re-hydrate and restore delicate skin around the eyes, gently and effectively removes make up and can help cool skin after a spell in the sun.

Perfect for summer travel, a festival or office pick-me-up for tired eyes or as an everyday beauty essential, this refreshing gel combines Aloe Vera, known for its anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties, with mineral-rich seaweed. Natural extracts of Eyebright and Cornflower help soothe, while Cucumber adds to the hydrating and calming effect of this super absorbent gel. 

Easy to use, simply pump a little onto fingertips and smooth gel on to sooth and cool eyes or use as an after sun.  
If taking off make-up, use cotton wool to remove.  
The simple pump dispenser and handy 50ml recyclable pot, make it ideal for anyone on-the-go.  

Part of the new AA Skincare Essential’s range of aromatherapy creams, gels, cleansers, moisturizing lotions and skincare products, the new Seaweed & Aloe Refreshing Eye Gel is formulated using pure essential oils and natural ingredients.  

Says Woody Evans, director of AA Skincare, “We’ve created a 3 in 1 product, ideal for the multi-tasking consumer this summer.  With the festival season upon us, our new eye gel is the perfect antidote to late night partying or anyone suffering from disturbed sleep – helping refresh and revitalize tired eyes.  
It’s affordable and effective too.”

The AA Skincare brand was created by Amphora Aromatics – one of the UK’s largest suppliers of pure essential oils and aromatherapy products.  

The AA Skincare Essentials range remains true to Amphora Aromatics’ core values – sourcing the best quality ingredients and creating innovative formulations at affordable prices – starting at just £4.95.  

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