Weleda Hydrating Eye Gel Cactus 10ml


Intense hydration for the sensitive eye area

Stay hydrated for up to 12 hours with this light, cooling gel

The soothing formulation with prickly pear cactus extract reawakens tired-looking eyes

93% ~ Immediate skin moisture increase*

*measured in an in-use test after one single product application, after 30 min

-17% ~ Reduced skin’s water loss **

** measured in an in-use test after 2 days (4 product applications)


Instant hydration and intense moisture for up to 12 hours.

Roller applicator creates a pleasantly cooling massage effect. Light, cooling texture absorbs very quickly. Fragrance-free.

Dermatologically tested for skin tolerance. Suitable if you wear contact lenses

Hydrating, quickly-absorbed gel to reduce signs of tiredness around the eyes, preventing fine dry lines from starting.

This unique formulation containing extract of prickly pear cactus with its special water-binding ingredients is proven to significantly moisturise your skin, while refreshing cucumber cools.

The result? Immediately hydrated, refreshed and healthy-looking skin.

Aqua, Alcohol, Glycerin, Aloe Vera, Wheat Germ Oil, Glyceryl Oleate, Betaine, Xanthan Gum, Larch bark extract, Prickly pear extract, Ruscus Aculeatus Root Extract, Cucumber Fruit Extract, Witch Hazel Distillate, Citric Acid Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein, Glyceryl Caprylate

Bold represents organic ingredients

Apply gently under the eyes with roller applicator.

Natural beauty, you can trust.

With a tagline like this, we wanted to look under their skirt and see what this established company meant. What we found was inspirational and overwhelmingly impressive.

Being founded by Rudolf Steiner, along with others; Weleda is strongly grounded in the Steiner teaching.

Supporting bio-dynamic farming, fair treatment of staff and stakeholders and sustainable manufacturing, we keep discovering more and more about this awe-inspiring brand. Among many other environmental commitments, Weleda runs a school program educating children about native bees and the importance of bees to our food and plants chain. To add to this, 78% of the raw materials they use come from certified organic, bio dynamic farming or from controlled wild collection. A figure they continually work to increase.

Catherine’s and Kirsty’s pick: Skin food, for when you feel your skin needs that extra protection and regeneration.