The skin around the eyes is the thinnest and most delicate area that is why it’s one of the first areas to show the signs of aging such as wrinkles, and dark circles. The eye area is also surrounded by several facial muscles that regularly contract as we express ourselves. Facial lines and wrinkles deepen due in part to muscle contractions in the forehead, between the eyes, and around the sides of the eyes.
What Ingredients to Look for in Your Eye Cream
Eye creams can help reduce puffiness and crow’s feet, brighten up dark circles and make your face look younger and more awake. Manuka Honey Eye Cream formulas are designed to address one of these concerns. Here are some ingredients to look for when seeking out an eye cream:
- Antioxidants, like vitamin A C and E:Protect your eyes from future damage from sun, pollution, stress and lack of sleep.
- Retinoid: Help stimulate cell turnover.
- Peptides: Help increase elastin and collagen production
- Arnica, caffeine and vitamin K:target blood vessels to increase circulation and reduce swelling
- Hyaluronic acid and shea butter: Hydrate and seal in moisture around the eye area to prevent fine lines.
Wild Ferns the Rich Moisturizing Eye Cream Helps diminish The Look Of Fine Lines And Wrinkles For A Younger And Vibrant Look. Manuka Honey Eye Cream Contains Premium Certified Manuka Honey 80+ To Hydrate, Brighten And Soothe The Eye Area. It is Enriched With Rosehip, Borage, Wheat germ And Hazelnut Oils It Soothes And Soften The Appearance Of Fine Lines And Wrinkles While Vitamin A, C And E Revitalizes And Supports The Regenerative Process Of The Skin.
Wild Ferns Manuka Honey Eye Cream Supports Your Skin’s Natural Collagen And Elastin Production For Long Term Age-Defying Results. It is Rejuvenating Treatment Brightening, Firming, Hydrating And Lifting For The Delicate Skin Around Your Eyes.
How to Apply Eye Cream on your Face
- After cleansing, take a pea-sized amount on your ring finger.
- Apply in small dots by tapping around the eye area.
- Smooth gently until the eye cream is absorbed.
- Allow your eye cream 30 seconds to dry and fully absorb before applying your moisturizer, and serum.
- Don’t overdo the eye cream. Three drops the size of the tip of your little finger should be enough on both the top and bottom eyelids.