Night Eye Rejuvenation Cream
The First Traditional Chinese Herbal Night Eye Treatment that repairs fine wrinkles and reduces the effect of aging. Client Reviews. Our dual herb based treatment in combination with pure retinoid extract uses centuries of Eastern knowledge and modern dermatological study to heal wrinkles effectively and inexpensively. True cellular rejuvenation does not happen overnight and rapid improvement can produce accelerated aging of the skin tissue. As a consequence many products can accelerate aging once discontinued. Yang Zhi Herbal's Traditional Chinese Formulation is known to extract aging toxins over time. Formulated at exact temperature and traditional methodology to maintain these Chinese herbs Activity and is unlike harsh chemical peels or unbearable surfactants. Safe to use Long Term.
After applying the cream, follow the video for 35 seconds in 7 second intervals upper eye lid daily exercise to reduce upper eye skin sag. Our Night Eye Rejuvenation Cream will work synergistic with this exercise. Slowly move the exercise toward the ears monthly with the goal of waking up the eye brow muscle above the crow feet area. Improvement is typically noted after three months of daily exercise with maximum duration at 50 seconds in 10 second intervals. The lipid deposits that typically present below the eye brow with an appearance of cellulite can also be effectively reduced with this method. We understand this biochemically since the infinitesimal increase in caloric requirements of the muscle tissue will draw from local regions. Other face exercises are not recommended. Click more info on video for text format or contact us. Formulated by a practicing physician trained in Traditional Chinese Medicine.
"This is my favorite of all of the Yang Zhi Herbal Products. This product has a very unusual formulation that is truly from ancient Chinese medicine handed down for generations. I have been using this cream for several years and continue to fight off claims from friends and family members of botox injections." T. Haselman PhD MD