As we age, the skin around our eyes begins to form wrinkles referred to as crows feet. In addition, the area might develop puffiness, or dark circles. You might want to think about preventing them when you are in your 20's or you see them and want something to help minimize the issues, you want an eye cream.
Unfortunately, not all eye creams are the same so it is important to read the ingredients list to see if it contains the ones you most need. Check for antioxidants as they protect the area against cell damage. You want something with vitamin C, vitamin E, or ferulic acid as it protects against environmental damage and helps decrease puffiness and swelling.
In addition, look for retinol which is a form of vitamin A that helps stimulate collagen. Collagen helps reduce and prevent wrinkles. Remember one thing though, both vitamin C and retinol are best used at night otherwise they can make your skin more sensitive to the sun. If you have droopy, crepe paper like skin, make sure the eye cream has peptides because peptides help firm the skin by increasing collagen and elastin.
Furthermore, the skin around the eyes is the thinnest on the body so it becomes dry and irritated more easily. This is the perfect spot for hyaluronic acid and ceramides. Did you know that when the area is hydrated, wrinkles are less obvious? So make sure the eye cream has this in it.
If you inherited the discoloration from your parents, you might think about looking for niacinamide and koji acid as they both reduce the discoloration by brightening the area and reducing activity in pigment producing cells. Finally, make sure the eye cream has sunscreen or wear a layer over it the eye cream. This is an extremely important step. Let me know what you think, I'd love to hear. Have a great day.
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