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Habit Hack: A Specific Guide To Getting the most out of your Eye Cream

Why do you need a specific product for the skin around your eyes?

The skin around your eyes is more fragile than the rest of your face and body. It's much thinner and has few oil glands to hydrate it, so it's subject to tons of micro-movements and facial expressions daily. Because of these movements, the skin around your eyes is the first to show signs of ageing. Eye creams are formulated to target the delicate skin around the eyes, deliver moisture, and lessen the look of bags, puffiness, and uneven tone while keeping the area nourished and supple.

Main Benefits:

  • Reduces puffiness in the eye area
  • Fights off the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
  • Forms a protective barrier to maintain moisture
  • Tightens and firms the skin around the eye area

Routine Advice: Best used morning & night after cleansing, toning, using other active ingredients serums, and moisturising. For best use, apply 1 pea-sized dot to the index finger, join index fingers together and gently dab under the eye and rub in circular motions around the orbital bone.

Best Active Ingredient Combinations for the skin around your eyes:

Peptides: Peptides are wonderful actives that serve as the building blocks for new collagen and elastin fibres. It helps firm the skin, reduce redness and build your skin's protective barrier.

Vitamin C: Vitamin C reduces the appearance of dark spots and evens skin tone. It is a natural anti-inflammatory to help reduce puffiness around the eyes.

Niacinamide: A crucial vitamin (B3) that supports moisture retention, helps counter redness, improves skin elasticity and reduces fine lines' appearance.

Hyaluronic Acid: The best active ingredient to give the skin around your eyes that extra boost of hydration. Hydration will help improve skin elasticity, calm the skin and provide a plump appearance to your skin.

What skin types is Eye Cream suited for?

Eye creams are best for anyone who routinely deals with dark circles, puffiness, tired or slack skin, environmental stressors, and those looking to prevent and fight signs of ageing. It is suited for all skin types, particularly dehydrated and ageing skin. Eye creams don't often irritate the skin, given their delicate nature. However, people with rosacea or eczema should do a test patch to ensure it doesn't irritate their skin.

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