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Jan 31, 2020

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ANTI-AGING EYE CREAM AND CLASSIC EYE MOISTURIZER

Not sure when to make the switch from a standard eye moisturizer to an anti-aging eye cream? Did not know there was a difference? We have got you covered.

If you have ever been told that your eyes give you away, chances are you are probably just bad at bluffing, or need to improve your poker face. However, when it comes to aging and our skin, the phrase has an entirely different meaning. Our eyes are the first part of our face to manifest the signs of aging, which means that neglecting the eye area can lead to fine lines and wrinkles, droopy lids, and a host of other concerns.

So how exactly do you keep your eyes looking big, bright, and youthful? The answer is simple and it starts with using an anti-aging eye cream. Naturally, many women are confused when it comes to eye creams in general. Do they really work? Why do I need a different moisturizer for my eye area, anyway? How is an anti-aging eye cream different from a classic eye moisturizer?

We know that it can be overwhelming to sift through the abundance of products on the market and figure out how to best care for the delicate skin around your eyes. To help clear things up, we have got the full story below.

Anti-aging eye cream vs. classic eye cream: what is the difference?

First off, you might be wondering what is the difference between an anti-aging eye cream and a regular eye cream. Many women do not even understand the importance of using an eye cream at all, let alone an anti-aging eye cream. For starters, eye creams do differ from traditional facial moisturizers, which can often lead to irritation when used for the eye contour. According to Dr Patricia Farris, clinical associate professor at Tulane University School of Medicine, eye creams are formulated specifically for the eye area meaning they tend to be thicker and contain more oil than a regular facial lotion. They also have lots of active ingredients aimed at the problems associated with the eye area. Some common concerns exclusive to the eye area include dark circles and puffiness which can affect all women - not just those with aging skin.

However, as we get older, this list of concerns tends to grow; fine lines, wrinkles, and crow’s feet begin to appear, dryness worsens, eyelids start to sag and becomes less elastic, and dark circles often become more pronounced. As a result of these changing needs, it is important to switch to an anti-aging eye cream to ensure you are decelerating the aging process whilst effectively addressing existing concerns. These targeted treatments contain powerful ingredients specially selected to counteract the signs of aging around the eye area in addition to preventing new damage.

Making the switch

Everyone is different, so knowing when to make the switch from a standard eye moisturizer to an anti-aging eye cream requires a good look in the mirror. If you start to notice the appearance of fine lines or feel like the dark circles under your eyes are getting worse despite having a good night sleep, then you may want to change up your products accordingly. Still, an eye cream is always essential, no matter your age. If your skin tends to be dry, incorporating eye creams into your daily regimen as early as your teens and 20s will keep the skin moist which in turn, makes you look younger. Put simply, whether you are using a classic eye moisturizer or an anti-aging eye cream, they are all alike in that they help rehydrate the skin. The best eye cream will hydrate skin and help prevent wrinkles from forming by making existing lines appear less pronounced.

Life Plankton™ Eye is the perfect eye cream for those looking to employ a preventative approach when it comes to aging. Containing the most unique regenerating ingredient at its highest concentration, Life Plankton™ Eye reduces eye bags and dark circles under eyes and diminishes wrinkles and fine lines. It also smooths out dehydration lines so the eye area looks revitalized and you look revived and refreshed.

What happens to the skin around the eyes as we age?

There are a number of changes that occur around our eyes as we mature. According to the National Library of Medicine, wrinkles start to form which create crow’s feet at the sides of the eyes, fat from the eyelids settles into the eye sockets giving the eyes a sunken appearance, the muscle that supports the upper eyelid starts to weaken making the eyelid droop, and lower eyelids slacken creating under eye bags."

Specially created to address these concerns, the Blue Therapy Eye Opening Serum is the perfect product for women looking for an uplifting eye serum to lift and tighten the skin around the eyes. The powerful formula coupled with the innovate pearl applicator acts on the 3 signs of eye-opening loss: lifting the lids, depuffing under eye bags, and smoothing the look of wrinkles.

Anti-aging eye cream: does it really work?

Many people are skeptical about eye creams in general, so it is natural this skepticism would increase when it comes to anti-aging eye creams. Lucky for you, the proof is in the pudding. A study published in the Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology which evaluated the efficacy of various anti-aging products including anti-aging eye creams, found that they did indeed increase the moisturization of the skin while reducing the appearance of both fine and coarse lines and wrinkles in addition to decreasing transepidermal water loss.

Blue retinol in anti-aging eye creams: is it safe?

Chances are you have heard of retinol and its tremendous anti-aging capabilities when it come to the face, but can you use it around the eyes? The answer is yes! According to Dr Brett Kotlus, there is a misconception that retinol can not be used around the eyes but it is actually a great place to use retinol, though he advises doing so in small amounts and less frequently than you would the rest of your face since the skin there is so thin. Our recommendation? The Blue Therapy Eye, a soft, nourishing retinol eye cream that contains Life Plankton™ and a. flos-aquae (known as blue retinol), that is gentle enough for the delicate eye area. It targets wrinkles and under eye bags and helps improve firmness, giving you a younger, more luminous look.

Now that you understand the difference between anti-aging eye creams and classic eye moisturizers, it is time to take action and ensure your eyes stay looking lifted and youthful!

In this article: Anti -aging , Skin, Beauty

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January 31, 2020