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Through the Matters of Eye Cream

§ January 15th, 2011 § Filed under Eye Cream § Tagged , , , § No Comments

Do you know that your eyes can reveal the different sides of your routine? Sleep deprivation, stress, dehydration and substance abuse can be seen through your eyes. Wrinkles and fine lines depict aging. The eyes are the primary areas of the body which expose aging first.

The appearance of these unwanted lines (even the thought of it, at times) makes you flinch at some point. Well, aging certainly is an issue many individuals fear most. Use of eye creams is the least invasive and the most common over-the-counter treatment used to reverse or delay the signs of early aging.

The skin care industry is renowned for the development of newer and more effective eye products. These merchandises are marketed with the promise to decrease and prevent formation of fine lines. It is important, though, that you seek medical consult before entertaining the thought of buying any of these products. Yes, they are generally safe. However, if you are suffering from allergies or are unaware of your own allergies, this is a risky stop.

A dermatologist can help you decide which of the creams in the market is most suited for your skin. Remember that the skin around the eyes is more delicate and sensitive. If treated with the wrong products, you might regret at the thought of how you got yourself entangled with the cream in the first place.

Through the BENEFITS

You might find yourself wondering why people go through all the trouble of looking for the best eye cream, while you stroll along the skin care product aisle yourself looking for the very same product. This is not a rare instance. While you might be confused, at some point you are determined to purchase these creams. The truth is; eye creams can delay signs of skin aging – for sure!

  • Eye creams are usually design to lock in moisture. This is important for the skin around the eyes which, in the first place, do not produce oil. In basic principles, oil maintains the skin integrity. It is important to hydrate the skin. When you age, oil production decreases. In turn, your skin’s ability to maintain moisture also decreases. Thus, lines and wrinkles start to appear, and make present lines more emphasized.
  • Eye creams which contain coenzyme Q10 improve the skin texture. Its mechanism mainly revolves on facilitating cell turnover and skin regeneration. These processes even out the skin demarcations.
  • Most eye creams contain sunscreen or sun-block contents. These contents protect the skin from photo-aging – a certain sun-induced damage cause by UV rays. Remember that the sun damages the skin by promoting premature aging. The most common symptoms of which include uneven skin tone, dark spots and rough skin. UV rays damage collagen formation, thus, the skin becomes fragile and dented.

Consumers buy eye creams for a reason. Whether these products benefit you or not, it is important to take time to ponder on the thought of investment.