All eyes on you.

Bye-bye dark undereye circles, wrinkles and lachrymal sacs.

The skin-regenerating eye care cream Menulphia Jeunesse Contour makes the eyes look radiantly fresh and magically gives you a visibly more youthful complexion, more skin firmness and a better circulation of the capillaries – before premature skin aging occurs and in time to combat the first wrinkles. 

What it contains.

Skin-smoothening polysaccharides from red algae and knotted kelp rapidly reduce dark undereye circles and improve lymphatic drainage. Skin-related lipoamino acids combat wrinkles and fine lines to turn back the biological clock. Green coffee extract neutralises free radicals that are responsible for invisible inflammatory processes, swelling and skin aging. The contained lecithin also moisturises the skin and strengthens the skin barrier of the sensitive eye contour.  

The result:

•            Smoothened wrinkles 
•            Reduced undereye shadows and lachrymal sacs 
•            Improved skin firmness
•            Moisturised eye area 
•            Hypoallergenic

How to use it.

The eye area is particularly sensitive and prone to dryness and fine lines. That is why it rapidly shows signs of aging. With a customised eye contour care and a few simple tips and tricks, you can combat this in good time. 

  • Tip 1: Including cooling

If the eyes are swollen in the morning, you can easily remedy this with this one simple trick: Simply store Menulphia Jeunesse Contour in the fridge. Because when cooled the cream wakes up tired eyes even faster. 

  • Tip 2: Dabbing instead of rubbing

The skin under the eyes is very thin and particularly sensitive. That is why you should very gently tap an eye care into the skin with the ring finger and not rub it from left to right and from top to bottom.

  • Tip 3: Be generous

An eye care should not just be applied directly under the eyes. It’s better to also apply it to the lids and in the direction of the temples. Massage from the inside to the outside and in the direction of the top of the nose.