While it may be tempting to use your facial moisturiser for your eye area, it is more beneficial to opt for a specifically designed eye cream or gel. The skin around the eye in the thinnest on the face, making it more susceptible to irritation, dryness and environmental damage which can contribute to ageing skin.
To help prevent common eye concerns such as fine lines and wrinkles, dark circles and under eye bags, it is important to care for this delicate area with the correct skincare. The most common skincare products used under and around the eye area are creams and gels, serums, and masks.
Key Ingredients in Eye Care Skincare
Extract obtained through biotechnology from the microorganism E. crustaceum isolated in Playa Paraíso, a rocky beach in Tenerife. Provides complete care of the eye contour area by reducing fluid extravasation and increasing the degradation of bilirubin. Moreover, it boosts collagen and elastin synthesis and decreases the formation of advanced glycation end products (AGEs), for a brighter and younger look.
Natural antioxidant ingredient, of plant origin that fights free radicals. It also contributes to skin elasticity preservation.
Matrixyl oligopeptide is the ingredient that was declared more potent and effective than retinol and vitamin C in the fight against wrinkles on July 2002 in World Congress of Dermatology in Paris. According to clinical study results, it effectively reduces wrinkle size, density, volume, and depth, as well as skin roughness, ensuring restoration of damages, and stimulates collagen and fibronectin synthesis.