Liz Earle Superskin Eye & Lip Treatment Review: How does it work?

What is Liz Earle Superskin Eye & Lip Treatment

Liz Earle Superskin Eye and Lip treatment claims to be a serum or treating various under eye skin issues along with lip skin issues. It is said to be specially formulated for mature skin, mostly the one that is dry. This so called powerful serum is said to have naturally active ingredients in it and these ingredients are known to work hard to help in the reduction of the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.


This eye and lip treatment serum is said to have naturally active ingredients including organic pear seed extract, rosehip oil, borage seed oil, cranberry oil and West African shea butter, all of which leave the delicate eye and lip contours looking and feeling smooth, plump, firm and rejuvenated.

Manufacturer details:

This natural and effective serum is said to be manufactured by Liz Earle Beauty Company that promises the product to give utmost effective results in a very short span.

Ingredients and their working:

This product is said to have all natural and effective ingredients in it, and they are as follows:

Pear seed extract:

Originates in the Tian Shen Mountains of China, is said to have more than 5,000 cultivated varieties at present, out of which 12 are commercially grown. Organic pear seed extract is the by-product of the canned fruit and juice industries. This has been used over a period of time,  and has been shown to reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles along with improving the texture and appearance of the skin. It is used in this product for its benefits of skin-toning and firming.

Borage Oil:

Romans named this ingredient as the ‘herb of gladness’, because of its use in treating depression.

This beautiful star shaped flowered ingredient gives way to tiny seeds crammed with a health promoting plant oil. The oils is said to be one of the richest sources of the essential fatty acid gamma linolenic acid that helps to lock moisture onto the skin.

West African Shea:

West African Shea nuts are wild and harvested in the forested savannah of Africa in an area that extends west-east, between the latitudes of 11 and 14 degrees north of the equator. Shea butter is known to improve the elasticity of the skin and enhances the barrier function of the epidermis, thus helping it to retain moisture.

Pomegranate Extract:

Pomegranate is a rounded, neat shrub that produces red apple-sized fruits that fleshy pink seeds. Its name comes from the old French “seed apple”. Extracts of Pomegranate are used in the Sun Shade protection a product for its antioxidant properties amongst which is neutralization of free radicals.

Rosehip Oil:

Rosehip oil is generated from the seeds contained within striking red rosehips. It is considered as a luxurious oil, and rosehip seed oil is even a good source of essential fatty acids which help lock moisture onto the skin.

Cranberry Seed Oil:

Cranberry seed oil is produced by pressing the seeds from cranberries. It is a rich source of omegas 3, 6, 9, and it gets easily absorbed also.

Benefits of Liz Earle Superskin Eye & Lip Treatment:

  • Enriched with naturally active ingredients, such as pear seed extract, rosehip oil and cranberry seed oil, as well as pomegranate fruit extract, vitamin E and Omega 3
  • Helps prevent moisture loss and improve skin elasticity
  • Suitable for mature or very dry skin

How to use Liz Earle Superskin Eye & Lip Treatment?

This serum is to be applied in the morning as well as at night before moisturizing.

Apply morning and night, tapping gently around the eye socket bone, lip line and other areas prone to lines and wrinkles. Use one pump for both eyes.

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