Q: What skin type is this product best for?
A: TNS Eye Repair® is appropriate for all skin types.
Q: When should I use this product in my daily skin care routine?
A: TNS Eye Repair should be applied twice daily, morning and evening, after applying treatment products.
Q: How to apply?
A: Using a spatula, apply a thin layer with your finger tip to the skin.
Q: Where to apply?
A: Apply to the skin underneath the eyes and around the outside corners of the eye area. Avoid the eyelids.
Q: How long to use?
A: TNS Eye Repair should be a part of your daily skin care regimen.
Q: What is special about this product?
A: This product contains TNS® as well as vitamins C and E to improve the overall appearance of the skin under your eyes.
Q: What would be the recommended regimen if using all three of the SkinMedica® eye products (TNS Eye Repair®, TNS Illuminating Eye Cream®, and Uplifting Eye Serum)?
A: When using the eye products in conjunction with one another, we recommend in the morning that you first apply the Uplifting Eye Serum and then apply TNS Illuminating Eye Cream. In the evening, we recommend using Uplifting Eye Serum followed by TNS Eye Repair.
Q: What is the benefit of using all three SkinMedica products formulated for the eye area?
A: In combination, the three eye products address cosmetic concerns for the delicate skin around the eye area. TNS Eye Repair is formulated to help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles while hydrating the skin around the eyes. TNS Illuminating Eye Cream is formulated to help reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and dark circles. Uplifting Eye Serum is formulated to help soothe the skin around the eye area, helping to reduce the appearance of puffiness.
Q: Are the eye products safe to use on the eyelids?
A: We do not test our products on the eyelids and recognize that product applied to this area may migrate into the eyes causing irritation. Therefore, we do not recommend you use any of our eye products on your eyelids.
Q: What is TNS®?
A: A mixture of growth factors, cytokines, antioxidants and matrix proteins.
Q: What are growth factors?
A: Growth factors are proteins inherent in our bodies and play a role in maintaining skin.
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