Our Thoughts about Eye Cream
Your eyes experience ageing before any other part of your face whether it’s wrinkles, hollowness, puffiness or just plain tired looking. So, when it comes to restoring a youthful look, your eyes are your greatest opportunity. The skin itself is very thin and because of that, the skin around your eyes is more susceptible to breaking down, meaning that it is more prone to becoming looser and developing fine lines and wrinkles. Therefore, a targeted treatment for the delicate eye area is vital in completing a 360-skincare routine. You probably have asked yourself “what is an eye cream” or “what is an eye serum”. Because of the eyes delicacy and being one of the first places to show signs of ageing, a targeted treatment helps directly restore and refine the specific needs the eye area requires.
One of the main factors contributing to ageing eyes is lack of “beauty” sleep. Sleep helps the body renew and repair itself and allows your eyes to rest. A lack of sleep can lead to a reduced capacity to repair daily damage such as:
- Inflammation causing eye bags, dark circles, sagginess and barrier degradation
- Microcapillary formation and permeability causing dark circles and eye bags
- Weakened skin barrier causing sagginess and compromised immune response
- Glycation – weakened barrier and sagging
- Altered lymphatic drainage – puffiness and inflammation
Along with sleep, a good, specially formulated eye serum or eye cream is essential so it can work it’s magic while you sleep. A good eye serum should give the eyes what they need which is collagen stimulating ingredients where it is needed. To repair the eyes you need to increase your collagen production and to do that, you need to stimulate the cells (fibroblasts) located in the lower layers of the skin. Peptides are the best collagen stimulators so, an eye serum or cream that is rich in peptides is essential to keeping the eyes looking open and young.
Applying the serum or cream using massage will also help to keep the eyes looking young by increasing the skin’s circulation, elasticity and tone. Using a massage tip or tool along the brow area can deliver a lifting result over time with consistent use and is also excellent in reducing under eye circles. Keep it in the refrigerator and use in the morning to instantly wake you up!
Transformative Eye Serum does what?
Will transform the eyes to make them appear more rested, open, refreshed and brighter. Formulated with multiple peptides to target the various concerns around the eye area and stimulate collagen production, the Transformative Eye Serum is clinically proven to open and lift the eyes, reduce dark circles, eye bags and puffiness and decrease crow’s feet and frown lines so that the eyes appear younger, giving you a more youthful overall look. It comes with a cooling massage tip that can be used around the eye area to stimulate circulation to increase elasticity and tone.
Can you apply two eye creams?
Whilst it isn’t necessary to use both an eye serum and eye cream, you can if you want double the benefits. Alongside of the amazing results our Transformative Eye Serum provides, Firming Eye Balm will add moisture and nutrients to the skin to help prevent the dry crepey look.
The more serums the merrier
That’s right! Our Transformative Eye Serum pairs perfectly with your Ultimate Serum. One serum for face and one for eye, these work hand in hand to rewind ageing in all areas.
When should I start using an eye serum?
Like most skincare preventative is the best measure. So, we recommend applying an eye treatment when you enter adult hood to help prevent signs of ageing from appearing. By keeping your eyes and skin hydrated and healthy, this will dramatically help slow down the ageing processes.
Does Transformative Eye Serum give instant results?
That’s right, our Transformative Eye Serum provides instant results and long term benefits. So, pop this on before a night out for brighter eyes within 3 minutes. Lasting most of the night, this serum works within the blink of an eye whilst working underneath the surface helping your eyes appear well-rested in the long run.