​An Anti-Aging Remedy for the Masses: Bella Virtu Organics Eye Serum

Bella Virtu's USDA certified natural skin care eye serum has been released on Amazon at https://www.amazon.com/Natural-Under-Serum-Circles-Puffiness/dp/B00KGJVVDK/

Reno, United States - October 6, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Bella Virtu Organics has a newly formulated remedy for those dark circles, puffy eyes, and sagging skin. The Age Defying Nourishing Eye Serum is the number one choice for men and women to reduce the signs of ageing and improve the look and feel of the skin around the eyes.

Most eye serums and beauty products have long lists of ingredients with unrecognizable names. Bella Virtu Organics products are made from 100% USDA certified organic and all-natural ingredients. The Eye Serum contains just seven essential oils which work together to make a wonderful and luxurious anti-aging formula. The company is also cruelty-free, vegan, non-GMO, and eco-friendly. The packaging is made from recycled amber glass, helping to preserve the formulas, but also with a modern and clean look.

https://www.amazon.com/Natural-Under-Serum-Circles-Puffiness/dp/B00KGJVVDK/

The Eye Serum is made for use around the eye area, but it can also be used on and around the lips, on forehead wrinkles, sun spots on the backs of the hands, or even as a tattoo moisturizer. The light oil scent is not strong, and there are no irritants in the solution, so even a person with the most sensitive skin will love this product. Apply 1-2 drops around the eye area morning and evening, and the results will be noticed in just a few weeks.

Helichrysum (immortelle) oil is one of the key ingredients to the Eye Serum. It stimulates cell regeneration as well as reducing inflammation and soothing the skin. Blue chamomile oil, geranium, rosehip, pumpkin, castor, and safflower oils combine to produce a strong anti-aging, anti-inflammatory, skin healing serum that has no equal in other serums on the market.

There are so many products on the market. How many of those are actually 100% organic, natural, and good for the skin? Choose Bella Virtu Organics Eye Serum, there is nothing to lose with a 100% satisfaction guarantee with every purchase.

For more information, go to https://www.amazon.com/Natural-Under-Serum-Circles-Puffiness/dp/B00KGJVVDK/

Contact Info:
Name: Sylvia Lunsford
Organization: Bella Virtu Organics
Address: 5755 Peak Road, Reno, Nevada 89510, United States

For more information, please visit https://bellavirtuorganics.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 246855

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