Oculus Bright Eyed Eye Serum

$105.00

  • Product Description

      A powerful and revitalising anti-ageing eye treatment that reduces the appearance of dark circles, fine lines and puffiness. Hieracium Pilosella (hawkweed) extract and Bellis Perennis (daisy) flower extract are concentrated to lighten and reduce the appearance of dark shadows and puffiness beneath the skin. It’s silky gel texture rebalances moisture levels, with ceramides and hyaluronic acid, to revitalise the delicate skin around your eyes, smoothing fine lines and minimizing puffiness. Saccharide isomerate replenishes skin for long lasting hydration and barrier protection. The regenerating properties of chamomile extract and arnica flower blossoms, stimulates the skin repair process to soothe and protect skin.

  • Ingredients

      Below is our full list of ingredients with their EWG ratings in brackets (1 = low, 10 = high). Aqua (1) • Organic Borago Officinalis Seed Oil (1) • Hieracium Pilosella Extract (1) • Bellis Perennis Flower Extract (1) • Organic Sclerocarya Birrea Seed Oil (1) • Cetyl Palmitate (1) • Phospholipids (1) • Sphingolipids (1) • Saccharide Isomerate (1) • Glycerine (2) • Xanthan Gum (1) • Lecithin (1) • Sclerotium Gum (1) • Pullulan (1) • Jojoba Esters (1) • Isoamyl Laurate (1) • Organic Olea Europaea Fruit Oil (1) • Organic Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil (1) • Tocopherol (1) • Glycine Soja Oil (1) • Arnica Montana Flower Extract (2) • Organic Oenothera Biennis Oil (1) • Bisabolol (1) • Sodium Hyaluronate (1) • Cucumis Sativus Seed Oil (1) • Maltodextrin (1) • Biosaccharide Gum-1 (1) • Sodium Phytate (1) • Sodium Levulinate (1) • Sodium Anisate (1) • Citric Acid (1) • Sodium Citrate (1) It’s worth noting that the EWG rating for these, refer only to the individual ingredients and are not applicable to individual product
  • How to Use

      Apply sparingly in a patting motion to upper and lower eyelids in the morning and evening using the fourth finger. For a boosted soothing, de-puffing effect, try storing in the refrigerator before use.
  • Sustainability & Recycling

      Every Ocinium product has been designed with the intention of being recyclable. We believe the future of beauty is where brands take ownership for what happens to their packaging at the end of its life, and that we should all aspire to a truly circular and regenerative model.

      Ocinium’s unique formulations with skin identical ingredients are UV protected in miron violet glass that is recyclable. If you are not ready to dispose of your cosmetic bottle into recycling it can be washed and rinsed or placed into the dishwasher then upcycled into a vase (30ml & 50ml), incense holder (15ml, 30ml & 50ml) or candle holder (100ml).

      Ocinium box packaging is fine watercolour art-paper stock from FSC certified environmentally responsible paper from virgin fibres. We print on our cosmetic boxes using mineral, oil free, vegetable (soy) based inks and our paper stock is uncoated. Our logo is embellished with recyclable black foil. The glue used in construction of our cosmetic box packaging is biodegrade. Our box is 100% recyclable cosmetic packaging in Australia with no chemical coatings, which means our boxes will degrade naturally.

      Ocinium mailers are home compostable in your compost or green organics waste/compost bin. Unlike traditional shipping mailers, these are NOT made from plastic. Our mailers are made from mostly plant-based materials such as PLA and a certified compostable material called PBAT. Once composted properly, the mailers will start to break down and turn into amazing fertiliser for the garden. This takes about 90-120 days (3-4 months). Our mailers also have a re-usable strip. When you receive your mailer, you should cut along the line on the flap and re-use it with the second adhesive (glue) strip.

      Ocinium cosmetic bottles closures, pumps and caps are made from recyclable polypropylene (PP), dip tubes are composed of polypropylene/polyurethane (PP/PE), glass droppers are composed of glass and teat on droppers is composed of TPE. Please check with your individual local council municipality on recyclable collections.