GUERLAIN Orchidée Imperiale Eye Serum is an innovative serum that is expertly designed to brighten the eye area. Guerlain draws on the expertise of Orchidée Impériale to endow the eyes with infinite radiance and a lastingly youthful appearance.

The new Orchidee Imperiale The Eye Serum smoothes, brightens, evens and reveals the natural radiance of the eyes thanks to the combined action of the Gold Orchid Technology and Bright-Eye complex.
At the heart of the formula lies Gold Orchid Technology (born from over 15 years of research within the Orchidarium) which works in synergy with the Bright-Eye Complex to reveal extraordinary brightness.

The Bright-Eye Complex is an innovative technology to target the key factors that lead to darkness around the eyes, to reveal extraordinary brightness. A comprehensive action on pigmentation disorders – melanin or non-melanin related – thanks to the White Orchid Extract.

Orchidee Imperiale The Eye Serum will provide a young and radiant look, through a luminous and fresh complexion, reduced puffiness and dark circles.


Directions:

  • Apply the Guerlain Orchidée Imperiale Eye Serum before the Orchidée Impériale Eye and Lip Cream morning and night.
  • Smooth and tone the eye contour area by applying a little serum morning and night with tightening smoothing strokes from the inside to the outside first below the eye and then across the eyelids. Finish the application by pressing on the outer corner of the eye.
  • Enhance radiance - Reveal your luminosity by gently tapping your fingers around the eyes. Apply more pressure to the eye contour area using the index and middle fingers.


GUERLAIN Orchidée Imperiale Eye Serum has a convenient pump bottle design.


Restore vitality to the skin around the eyes with Guerlain`s Orchidée Impériale eye serum. The signs of ageing fade away day-after-day - enhancing elasticity, firmness, evenness, radiance and density.

  • All skin types
  • Anti-wrinkle
  • Anti-ageing

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