By Alice Cheril
The signs of aging first appear around the eye area. When you look in the mirror, you’ll see the fine lines and crow’s feet slowly start to appear. As the years progress, these signs become more apparent. As much as you want to cover these marks with makeup, there’s nothing you can do about looking older.
For most women, and even some men, they feel most beautiful when they look young. This is why cosmetic surgeons have become the go-to guys for people who want to hold on to their youth for as long as they can. Reality is harsh and the truth is that you can’t stop aging from happening. As much as you eat healthy, get lots of exercise, and go for a series of surgeries, you can never look the way you did when you were younger. That sucks, but deal with it. The best thing you can do right now is to slow down the aging process. Target your eye area first because this is usually a dead giveaway of how old you actually are.
Finding the Right Brand
Whether or not surgery is an option, an eye creamis a must-have in your arsenal. You’ll find a variety of brands available on the market. Before you even make the purchase, you need to know what to look for in a brand. The advancements in topical skin care have been quite extraordinary. You’ll definitely see results if you apply the cream religiously. More importantly, it’s also about choosing the right brand. Here are the key ingredients that make an eye creameffective:
Vitamin E – This powerful antioxidant battles free radicals the speed up the aging process. This has proven to be quite indispensible when battling aging.
Sunblock – The sun’s UV rays are deadly on your skin. Never leave home without coating a protective layer all over your skin, especially around your eye area. More importantly, it’s best to get a moisturizer that comes with this to make sure that it’s gentle on your skin.
Vitamin C – Effective when it comes to removing dark circles and blemishes that add years to your face.
Putting on the Eye Cream
Before putting anything on your skin, wash it clean and pat it dry. Make this a daily routine and never apply anything without cleaning the area first. It also helps to use soap that’s specially made for your face. If you don’t happen to find any, then make a quick stop to the store that very day. For the meantime, you can also use water for now.
The skin around your eye area is thin. Hence, it needs to be handled with care. Dab the cream on your ring finger, as skin experts believe that this is the weakest finger on your hand. Hence, you’re least likely to apply too much pressure. Don’t be too generous on the amount. In fact, the dollop should be no bigger than a pea. Dot the area around your eye and the surrounding bone area. Just make sure to avoid the orbital portion as well because this could actually cause irritation if the cream goes inside your eyes.
Lastly, pat the cream all over until it’s absorbed. Wait a few minutes before putting on makeup because you need to give the cream time to dry.
You can talk to your dermatologist first before you get your very own eye cream. He or she will definitely know what suits your skin best. You can also look into the more popular brands. Yes, these may sometimes cost more, but that’s because these also come with better formulation.
Here are the most recommended brands based on expert and customer feedback:
Olay Regenerist – This brand is especially known for erasing dark circles under the eyes
Boscia Enlivening Amigo-Ag Eye Treatment – This hybrid eye gel is made from natural ingredients
Estee Lauder – Uses NASA technology to make sure the tip stays cool
Kinerase Extreme Lift Eye – Gives you that instant youthful look
Murad Renewing Eye Cream – Hydrates skin and the long-term results are said to be extraordinary
About This author: Alice Cheril is a writer who writes on different topics such as weight loss, fitness program and health & beauty, always looking for what’s new in the fitness community and share informative reviews on health& beauty product.
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