Dives Bright Eyes - rescue for tired and blue eye area

Dives Bright Eyes - rescue for tired and blue eye area

Dives Bright Eyes - rescue for tired and blue eye area

Bright Eyes is a mesotherapy treatment for the eye area, in which a unique formula has been used to fight signs of fatigue and bruising of the eyelid skin. The unique combination of four biomimetic peptides and depigmenting substances has a strong effect on various cellular levels.

A special combination of hyaluronic acid and peptides is a guarantee of effective brightening and moisturizing of the skin under the eyes and the effect of a fresh look. The treatment is perfect for people of all ages.

The preparation also contains rutin, caffeine and hesperidin, thanks to which microcirculation is stimulated, which prevents the effect of dark circles in the eyes for a long time. The cocktail used in the mesotherapy treatment effectively eliminates the accumulated blood-derived pigment and reduces the induction of melanin, which protects the eye area from the formation of dark circles.

Active ingredients
• 4 biomimetic peptides: Acetyl Tetrapeptide-5, Oligopeptide-72, Pentapeptide-18, Hexapeptide-10
• non-crosslinked hyaluronic acid: 5 mg/ml
• vitamins and antioxidants: Niacinamide (Vit B3), Ascorbic Acid (Vit C)
• excipients: Hesperidin Methyl Chalcone (Hesperidin), N-Hydroxysuccinimide, Caffeine, Rutin

Indications for the Bright Eyes procedure
• reduction of skin bruising on the eyelids
• improving skin elasticity
• gentle smoothing of wrinkles
• increasing the level of hydration and improving the hydrodynamics of the skin
• drainage of capillaries and stimulation of microcirculation

Areas of application
• upper and lower eyelids
• temple area

The frequency of the procedure
The best results are achieved with 3-6 treatments performed once a week. Such a session can be repeated 1-3 times a year.

Contraindications to the Bright Eyes procedure
• pregnancy and breastfeeding
• places with inflammatory skin problems (acne, herpes),
• diabetes,
• skin that does not tolerate injections well (vascular skin, risk of keloid formation),
• autoimmune diseases,
• allergies,
• coagulation disorders,
• use of anticoagulants (e.g. aspirin).


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