Find the Look of Youth With Evaporté Eye Cream

Diminish the Appearance of Under Eye Bags and Crow's Feet with Evaporté

Online PR News – 02-June-2011 – – In recent studies 84% of women notice the first signs of aging around the eyes. Dermatologists recommend using an eye cream that uses at least one of three ingredients known for revitalizing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes known as crow’s feet: Antioxidants, Peptides or Retinoids. Beauté de Paris’ latest eye cream Evaporté uses both Antioxidants and Peptides and takes the ingredient list one step further using N-Hydroxysuccinimide and Hesperidin Methyl Chalcone ( a bioflavinoid) to help moisturize and diminish the appearaance of dark under eye circles and Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate a very particular form of Vitamin-C used to target the look of brightening on the appearance of the skin. Brightening the appearance of dark eye circles coupled with diminishing the look of visible lines and wrinkles will lift years off your appearance.

After 6 to 8 weeks of use of Evaporté, the appearance of dark circles and puffy eye bags are greatly diminished.

Beauté de Paris has backed it’s claims with clinical testing. In clinical tests by independent laboratory AMA Labs – it was found that after 6 to 8 weeks of use of Evaporté, the appearance of dark circles and puffy eye bags are greatly diminished.
• A decrease in the appearance of dark circles of up to 66.7% in 4 weeks and 77.8% in 8 weeks.
• An average decrease in the appearance of dark circles of up to 32.5% in 4 weeks and 47.5% in 8 weeks.
• Increased look of firmness (reduced bags) of up to 64% after 4 weeks and 116% after 8 weeks.

Evaporté is available in formulations for both men and women. One bottle costs $79.99 and for a limited time only two bottles cost $119.99.

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Beauté de Paris is a French beauty company that specializes in products for women and men

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