POLA B.A Eye Zone Cream 26g
B.A EYE ZONE CREAM Ingredients and Quality
Focus on the area that supports the eyes:
“Eye Core Forming Theory”
We focused on the structural features of the eye area, and established POLA’s original “Eye Core Forming Theory” for a moisturized eye area that creates firmness and a 3D effect. In addition to POLA’s original compound moisturizing ingredient CF Extract*1, the cream also contains B.A Core Liquid*2, Golden LP*3, YAC Extract*3, EG Clear Extract*3, Sophora Root Extract Clear*3, and other ingredients the B.A line is known for.
We have developed a “3D Memorize Formula” for creating firmness and volume.
A sensation that shifts in three stages from 1. A dense and rich feel, to 2. Intense moisturizing*4, to 3. Deep penetration that lifts and firms the skin.
- CF Extract: Horse chestnut extract, Madonna lily root extract
- POLA’s original compound moisturizing ingredients.
- POLA’s original moisturizing ingredients.
- Penetration: Through to the stratum corneum
How Much to Use
Morning: About a pearl-sized amount for both eyes. Night: About a pearl-sized amount for each eye.
How to Apply
1. Place the cream evenly in six dots around each eye. Then starting from the eye’s inner corner and moving upward in the direction of the temple, gently work the cream into the eye area using large strokes as if lifting it upwards. Using the entire fleshy pads of your fingers, spread the cream so that it covers the wider eye zone area.
2. After blending the cream into the eye zone area in upward strokes, finish by lightly pressing the remaining cream into your temples for 3 seconds, as if you are programming your brain to memorize the process.
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