This Paradoxe Anti-Age Eyecreme from Beauté Pacifique, with highly active ingredients, exposes and reduces biological age changes as well it helps keep the delicate skin in your eye surroundings young and healthy as long as possible. The eye cream is based on extracts of unique Chilean grapes. These have an outstanding high content of natural Resveratrol and Procyanidin, which expose the aging processes and repair sun damage. The eye cream also contains a high-level extract of the well-documented flowering herb, Spilanthes acmella, which instantly tightens the skin from inside by compressing the network of collagen and elastin fibres. All of these active ingredients are transported deep into the skin, which also keeps the skin softened as in young skin. The skin is added more moisture with additional supply of the ingredient Hyaluronate, which is the skin's own natural waterbinder. Paradoxe Anti-Age Eye Cream specifically combats the free radicals and stress in the skin that too much sunlight can cause.
Beauté Pacifique is a Danish company that was founded in 1997 by former Novo engineers Flemming K. Christensen and Gunnar Svendsen.
The Beauté Pacifique consists of 50 products within the category of dermacosmetic or cosmeceuticals. Dermacosmetic means beauty care which always fulfils the cosmetic (directive) but the effect is close to the border between cosmetics and medical remedies. Beaute Pacifique products are designed for the face and the body and are suitable for both both young and mature skin.
Beauté Pacifique's A-vitamin
Beauté Pacifique's A-vitamin products reduce age degeneration, sun damage and stretch marks. As the only one of its kind the A-vitamin cream "Crème Métamorphique" is capable of penetrating to the lower parts of the skin. It is proven in an independent double blinded, placebo-controlled Danish study which was carried out by Professor Peter Bjerring at the dermatological department at Marselisborg Hospital. The study showed that the cream, after only five days treatment, can strengthen the skin's elastic fibrestruture.