Immortelle Overnight Reset Eye Serum works to reduce all the visible signs of fatigue, so your eyes look fresh and rested every morning.
It works to reduce the appearance of puffiness and dark circles and helps to smooth fine lines and wrinkles.
This extraordinary serum suits all skin types, and works in combination with all L’OCCITANE eye balms.
Our busy modern lives are full of stress, pollution, and often exhaustion, and all these elements have a direct impact on your skin. Your skin is best able to perform its repairing and regenerating functions at night, which makes your night-time skin routine so important.
Upon initial application of Immortelle
Overnight Reset Eye Serum, the texture is a light water-gel, infused with:Marjoram
- known to help activate gene expression functions that have become dormant due to natural ageing;Acmella Oleacera
– relaxes muscle tension and helps to smooth the appearance of fine lines and expressions lines;Botanical Complex
(butcher’s broom, centella asiatica, calendula, horse chestnut and liquorice and yeast extract) – to help erase signs of fatigue:Caffeine
– reduces the look of dark circles and puffiness.
Then, while lightly massaging into your skin, thousands of suspended golden bubbles release:Immortelle Oil Extract
– L’OCCITANE’s iconic and powerful antioxidant, it stimulates skin microcirculation and increases collagen synthesis for firmer, smoother skin.
After just one night, you can already see the results. After just one week, dark circles and wrinkles appearances are reduced; the complexion radiance around the eye is boosted. Satisfaction testedAfter 1 night
Skin around the eye looks refreshed: 92%*
Signs of fatique seems less visible: 79%*
Skin around the eyes is comfortable: 88%*After 7 nights
Fine lines are less visible: 91%**
Dark circles are brightened: 85%**
Skin is moisturised: 97%**After 28 nights
Fine lines and wrinkles look smoothed and reduced: 94%**
Eye contour looks less tired: 88%**
Puffiness looks smoothed: 88%**
*Satisfaction tested on 52 women
**Satisfaction tested on 33 women