"Pioneering Skincare. Regenerative by Design." — Upcircle
Eye Cream with hyaluronic acid & coffee
A gentle eye cream to brighten, refresh and renew, reducing the appearance of dark circles and fine lines. Reused, repurposed, reloved. This eye cream is made with coffee oil extracted from repurposed grounds and anti-inflammatory maple bark extract, a by-product of the wood industry. Suitable for all skin types, use to refresh and renew, reducing the appearance of dark circles and fine lines.
Press the pump once to release a small amount of cream onto your finger tips. Dab onto the delicate eye area and allow the cream to soak into the skin.
The skin around eyes is thinnest in the face area. Do not rub your eyes or put too much pressure while applying eye cream. Dabbing and light pressure swipe is better way to apply eye moisturizer.
→ Dark Circle
→ Puffy eyes
→ Fine line and Wrinkle
→ Sensitive Skin
→ Dry and Dull eye area
Why Brightening Eye Cream is good for you?
As you know skin around the eye area is thin, so it also lacks oil glands and collagen than the rest of the face. That's why you need external support and use an eye cream in your skincare routine regularly from an early age like from your teens. This particular eye cream is made with coffee oil extracted from repurposed grounds and skin-soothing maple bark extract, a by-product of the wood industry. This helps you hydrate, brighten and look refreshed reducing the appearance of a dark circle. Good for you and the planet.
Texture: Creamy but not thick Good For: Oily, Acne, Young Skin Packaging: 0.34 fl.oz glass jar with pump Promises: 100% Vegan, Cruelty Free, and Clean. Sourcing: Repurposed the discarded coffee grounds and maple bark
Pioneer in Repurposing :
The circular economy sits at the heart of what they do – they even named themselves after it! UpCircle also hints at ‘upcycling’, the process of making something better from things that already exist.
All of their products come in 99% recyclable packaging with glass jars or bottles with aluminum lids. They even show a lot of ways to reuse/ repurpose their empty bottles on their Instagram @upcirclebeauty. They also offer plastic-free refills on their website.
Aside from the actual products, their marketing materials are made from paper that’s made from recycled coffee cups and we only use paper tape which has been made from recycled fibers.
1/3 of all food produced is wasted. It’s one of the most wasteful industries in the world meaning that it gives companies like Upcircle a huge number of ingredients from which to do better things. Food ingredients can have powerful effects on the body - inside and out – so there’s an opportunity for them to create beauty products from food ingredients that are being discarded yet still have much to offer our skin. They started with sourcing coffee grounds from artisan cafes and repurposing them, now they have given numerous food waste like fruit stones and chai spices a new life in terms of skincare.
Their ultimate mission is to leave the world better than they found it by transforming ingredients that would otherwise be discarded into natural, organic beauty products – better for you, better for the world.