USDA Certified Bella Virtu Organics Eye Serum has been released on Amazon

Bella Virtu Organics uses a blend of 100% natural and certified organic oils to formulate this new anti-aging eye serum for women. Learn more at

Reno, United States - October 12, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Most beauty products have a long list of mysterious ingredients with indecipherable names. Introducing Bella Virtu Organics and their all-natural, 100% USDA certified organic formulas. They are rising above the rest of the competition with their unique and luxurious offerings for customers.

The Age Defying Nourishing Eye Serum is a new and improved blend of seven essential oils. These oils have strong anti-aging properties to help improve the appearance of dark circles, puffiness, skin discoloration, and fine lines and wrinkles. Add 1-2 drops morning and evening, and the results will show within a few weeks. The Eye Serum is for both women and men of all skin types. Even those with the most sensitive skin can use this product, because there aren’t any artificial ingredients or chemicals added to the serum.

Geranium oil moisturizes the skin. Pumpkin seed oil is packed with Vitamin A, C, E, Zinc and omega 3 and 6 fatty acids that fight aging. Safflower and helichrysum oils regenerate skin cells. Castor and blue chamomile oils provide anti-inflammatory properties. Finally, rosehip oil has a load of Vitamin C to help with skin discoloration and dark circles. These seven essential oils combine to formulate an all-natural and amazing eye serum that rivals all others.

Not only for use around the eye area, dab the Eye Serum on the backs of the hands, on and around the lips, or anywhere with skin discoloration or sun damage. The gentle yet potent formula can improve all of these areas without skin irritation.

The mission of Bella Virtu Organics is “To Forge The Gap Between Beauty and Health.” They have achieved this goal with their all-natural, vegan, non-GMO, cruelty-free, organic line of beauty products. Don’t settle for anything less with these incredible and all-natural products on the market. Buy the Eye Serum today, with a 100% money back no risk guarantee with each purchase.

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Contact Info:
Name: Sylvia Lunsford
Organization: Bella Virtu Organics
Address: 5755 Peak Road, Reno, Nevada 89510, United States

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