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Jane Iredale Circle Delete Under – Eye Concealer


A creamy concealer from JI that not only conceals but also conditions the under-eye area. Jane Iredale Circle Delete contains high levels of Vitamins A, C, D and E.

– Use alone or brush minerals on top

Earn up to 25 Points.

Leonilla's Tip
for Jane Iredale Circle Delete Under – Eye Concealer

Always start with the darker shade first to even out pigmentation. Can be used to minimise blemishes on the rest of the face with the Camourflage Brush.


Jane Iredale Circle Delete Under - Eye Concealer

‘- Creamy texture glides over the skin and dries to a silky finish

– Each Jane Iredale Circle Delete shade may be used separately, or blended to better match complexion

Application Advice:

Choose a colour matching skin tone or slightly lighter. Pick up a small amount of product with the Jane Iredale Camourflage Brush. Stipple onto the skin. Apply product to the inside corner of the eye and then stipple under lashes and entire under-eye area. Use your finger to smooth and blend the edges. The warmth from your fingers will melt the product into the skin and set it.

To disguise puffiness stipple the lighter colour on the inner and outer corners of the eye. Apply the darker colour to the puffiest area. Light colours stand out, dark colours recede.



Isopropyl Jojobate A bonding of two Jojoba esters designed to enhance moisture retention. Jojoba comes closest to the skin’s actual sebum.
Avocado Oil High in fat, vitamin A and C. Used in folk medicine as an aphrodisiac.
Sunflower Oil Obtained by milling the seeds of large sunflowers. Contains large amounts of vitamin E.
Castor Seed Oil Expressed from the beans of the castor-oil plant. Soothing to the skin.
Beeswax A natural substance obtained from the honeycomb. Can be yellow or white. It has powerful anti-microbial properties. Vegans will want to avoid products with beeswax.
Silica An absorbent powder and thickening agent.
Carnauba Wax Exuded by the leaves of a Brazilian tree to conserve its moisture. Called the tree of life by the natives because of the use they make of its various products.
Ozokerite A naturally occurring wax-like mineral; a mixture of hydrocarbons. An emulsifier and thickening agent.
Lilac Extract Used for fragrance.
Green Tea Leaf Extract Recently discovered to have many nutritional and healthful qualities. It contains 20 times the antioxidant effect of Vitamin E and increases the effect of sunscreens. High in methylxanthines, which are believed (by the National Cancer Institute) to prevent skin cancer. Green tea also helps prevent irritation of the skin.
Pine Bark Extract 85%-95% proathocyanidins and flavonoids extracted from the French Maritime pine tree bark (Pinus pinaster). It is a potent free radical scavenger and preservative.Its antioxidant capabilities are 50 times greater than Vitamin E and 20 times greater than Vitamin C. Its molecular structure is much smaller than that of Vitamin E and C, and, therefore, it penetrates more readily through the epidermis into the dermis.It is water-soluble and most importantly it is safe. We have run no tests on the benefit of the antioxidants in our formulas to the skin, but there are a number of clinical reports attesting to its topical value as a free radical scavenger and as a preventative against UVB radiation damage.
Bisabolol A myrrh-type gum resin obtained from African trees. It reduces sensitivity and inflammation. It is also soothing and has vaso-constrictive properties. Also used as a preservative.
Vitamin K Rosacea specialist, Dr. Geoffrey Nase has said: “Vitamin K has been the plastic surgeons´ magical secret weapon for post-surgery bruising (damaged blood vessels). It has been shown to strengthen blood vessels (arterioles, capillaries and venules) in scientific studies. Small concentrations of Vitamin K added to your daily routine may have a very positive effect on under eye bags (swelling), under eye bluish color (dilated venules returning de-oxygenated blood) and red dilated arterioles that have not been structurally damaged.”
Grape Seed Extract An extract used for its healing, soothing, antioxidant properties.
May contain
Ascorbyl Palmitate A salt of ascorbic acid used as a preservative and antioxidant.
Iron Oxides Iron oxide is iron combined with oxygen and can be found in nature or produced synthetically. It varies in color from red to brown, black to orange or yellow depending on the degree of water and the purity.
Titanium Dioxide Derived from Titanium, which is extracted from the minerals such as rutile and Ilmenite. It gives the greatest covering and tinting power of any white pigment and it is listed in the FDA monograph as one of the purest and most effective active ingredients for sun protection.
Manganese Violet A coloring agent.
Mica Found in nature in crystallized, thin elastic sheets that can be separated easily. They vary in color from pale green, brown, or black to colorless. It can be shiny or dull. We use mica for its gliding properties in a form that does not cause shine.

Additional information

Shades Available

Circle Delete 1 (Yellow), Circle Delete 2 (Peach), Circle Delete 3 (GoldBrown), Circle Delete 4 (Deep)

1 review for Jane Iredale Circle Delete Under – Eye Concealer

  1. Maureen Pinwill (verified owner)

    I have used this product for many years to hide slight problems with my skin and under eyes. I am getting on in age and started having droopy eyelids and I experimented using the Eye Concealer over the crease between eyebrow and eye. Rubbing a little on gently across from the centre to the edge of the eye on the side near the hairline. By doing this it keeps the loose skin from falling over the eyelid and it helps make the eyes look years younger. Hope this helps 🙂

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