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Real talk: Any beauty brand can slap the phrase 'anti-aging' across its label and call it a day. But skincare sticklers know that to identify a truly effective product, you have to read the ingredients list.
And any dermatologist, aesthetician or other skincare expert will tell you that hyaluronic acid is one of the most important ingredients to identify in a cream, gel or serum. This naturally occurring lubricant “diminishes dehydration lines and increases radiance and brightness,” NYC-based board-certified dermatologist Dendy Engleman, MD tells Yahoo Life. Hyaluronic acid retains up to a thousand times its weight in water, so it's a hero at helping your skin hold moisture and stay plump while fighting inflammation.
Ready to dial up your skincare regimen? Right now you can score two 0.5-ounce jars of top-rated Strivectin Hyaluronic Tripeptide Gel Cream for the price of one — just $65 for the pair — thanks to HSN’s big BOGO deal. It's like getting them each for half price. Plus, if you're new to HSN you can get an extra $20 off with code HSN2021. Score!
Your under-eye area contains some of your face’s thinnest and most wrinkle-prone skin — as you might very well know — but because it’s so delicate, experts warn against using harsh anti-aging ingredients like retinol there. Hyaluronic acid, on the other hand, is non-drying, so it’s safe to use under your eyes and effective at smoothing out the crinkly lines that tend to appear there.
Strivectin Hyaluronic Tripeptide Gel Cream delivers that moisture in droves. Not only does it correct ordinary signs of aging, but it protects your eye area from the effects of blue light exposure too. That’s right: the artificial light radiating from your computer and smartphone is no friend to your skin — blue light “can lead to skin damage and accelerated aging (promoting wrinkles),” according to National Institutes of Health.
The entire formulation of Strivectin’s youth-enhancing eye cream is pretty eye-opening, in fact. Hyaluronic acid isn’t the only powerhouse ingredient helping this beauty treatment do its thing: It also contains peptides, which “support collagen and elastin to firm the look of sagging skin,” says Engelman.
There’s also biomarine extracts, an ingredient proven to fight ultraviolet rays that lead to photoaging, and blue daisy, a natural antioxidant. You can call Strivectin Hyaluronic Tripeptide Gel Cream a quadruple threat against aging skin.
“From the first time I put this on, I was AMAZED! My undereye area lines look diminished from the first treatment. No sensitivity and I have very sensitive skin overall...I could not believe my eyes,” wrote one beaming customer over at QVC of the power of Strivectin Hyaluronic Tripeptide Gel Cream.
“This is one of the best products for aging skin around eyes. I used it for about 6 months now and I'm satisfied with the result,” wrote another. “Dark circles and wrinkles are barely visible, skin overall smoother and improved.”
Oh, and this incredible eye gel contains another game-changing ingredient that's worth bragging about — and one that might be new even to skincare enthusiasts. NIA-114 is Strivectin’s proprietary ingredient formulated to turn back the clock and transform aging skin. It’s an “optimized form of Niacin/VitaminB3 clinically proven to strengthen the skin barrier and supercharge the performance of other ingredients,” the company says.
The result is “one product [that] dramatically improved the look of my eyes,” said a QVC fan. And right now you can stock up Strivectin Hyaluronic Tripeptide Gel Cream by picking up two .5-ounce jars for the price of one. Rather than pay all at once, you can opt to pay in four interest-free installments of $16.25. Don’t miss your chance to visibly change the look of your under-eye area with a simple, easy-to-apply gel cream that also smells great.
Then pose for summer selfies with confidence — no filters necessary.
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