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The skin near eyes is very sensitive, it reacts to every irritant – internal or external – and at the same time it is very important as a part of facial beauty. So we need to know peculiarities of so-called eye creams and ways of their effective usage.

The specific area

Perhaps eyes are the first thing you pay attention to when meeting a person, thus the skin near them gets into the field of view. The eyes and the skin around them, like a mirror, tell us about the state of the one’s business, feelings and cares.

So, in order not to disclose all the secrets of your mood and life, let’s talk about caring for this delicate area of ​​the face. Of course, the most common remedy is a cream for the skin around the eyes. Due to the fact that the skin in this area of ​​the face is notable for its fineness, this type of cream is specially designed to care for this delicate skin. Care for such a skin must begin at least from 25 years, and in some situations from 20.

Special composition from top manufacturers

The cream should necessarily suit according age and type of skin. For example, age creams 40+ usually are produced with the effect of lifting and have in their composition concentrated substances that affect the regeneration and renewal of the skin. While, for a 25-year-old girl, there is enough cream containing vegetable and fruit extracts, vegetable oils, vitamins and antioxidants.

There are a lot of good manufacturers (e.g. ZO MEDICAL, Obagi) which provide huge variety of such an agent. Therefore, other tips how to choose such a cream wisely are following:

  • If there are swelling and dark circles, choose a cream containing vitamin K and retinol. This combination allows you to effectively deal with such problems.
  • Hyaluronic acid gives a deep moisturizing of the skin and increases its elasticity.
  • Kojic acid in combination with vitamin C leads to skin lightening.
  • Peptides and fruit acids restore damaged skin cells.
  • Coenzyme Q10 provides improved metabolism.
  • In summer it is better to give preference to creams containing SPF factor.

Also, creams can be gel-like in texture. They are lighter and faster absorbed into the skin.

Careful usage

It’s strongly recommended to consult with a doctor (cosmetologist, dermatologist) before selecting an eye treatment cream. Also people with prior history of sensitivity or allergic reaction to product’s components obviously should not use it. General recommendation is to avoid contact with eyes, mouth, or lips. In case of accidental contact, patient should rinse eyes, mouth, or lips with water and contact physician.