One of the particularly interesting areas of our skin, the one that requires even more careful care and product selection, is certainly the area around the eyes. On it, we notice dark circles, dryness, lack of shine, a little bit of a kind of lifelessness and grayness. Although cosmetics cannot be used against genetics, serums and creams can do a lot. These 3 items will help you do that.
1. Light hydration and treatment care
One of the key postulates of skin care is definitely hydration, i.e. restoring moisture. It has already been learned that every skin needs hydration, be it oily and uneven or mature and sensitive. It is the same with the area around the eyes. Very often, already in our twenties, we notice fine lines around the eyes and immediately declare them wrinkles. Here we bring good news - they are not wrinkles (almost certainly), but dehydration lines! You can reach them precisely - by hydration.
Ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, glycerin, betaine and panthenol should be included in the care. It is good to make sure that the skin is slightly moist when applying, and in this mission, the silicones in the products will be your "friends". They will help in the prevention of drying, but also in making the makeup "glide" better on that delicate area. Another good news is that most of the well-known Professional products, such as Hidro toner and Hyaluron hydrator 4H , can also be applied to the area around the eyes - along with the cream after.
The less sensitive skin around the eyes, which is highly prone to puffiness and puffiness, will benefit significantly from active ingredients such as caffeine and niacinamide. This wonderful ingredient from our favorite morning drink will help to "clear" your eyes as much as it clears your mind. Caffeine will have the effect of reducing the emphasis on the tissue under the eyes and reducing morning puffiness. Niacinamide, on the other hand, will show many charms - from hydration and strengthening of the skin's barrier function to the effect of evening out skin tone. If the skin around the eyes is prone to milia (small white dots), lighter and fluid textures of care products, such as Vitamin Fluid B3 , will suit it.
2. Emollient, rich care with natural oils
What if the skin is extremely dry and tight? This is where more nutritious, denser textures and high-value combinations of oil and butter come into play. It is good to look for shea butter, apricot kernel oil, avocado oil, and argan oil in the formulations. It is recommended to incorporate the well-known immortelle essential oil into the care, which will help stimulate microcirculation and have a long-term anti-wrinkle effect. In addition to immortelle, the backbone of care can be other lesser-known, but no less valuable ingredients, such as poppy and Chilean raspberry extracts, which are natural and active at the same time.
Poppy extract is an excellent alternative for people whose skin does not tolerate caffeine. It will help relieve puffiness and restore freshness just as effectively. Chilean raspberry makes friends with the skin because of its antioxidant effect, which is desirable in just about any case. A good example of richer care is the NATRUE-certified Eye Cream Immortelle .
3. Daily sun protection
Last – SPF. And in this article we must inevitably touch on the importance of protection from the sun. This means finding a product that you can also apply to the eye area, which provides high UVA and UVB protection and provides additional care. With the Professional Face Fluid SPF 50, don't forget your sunglasses - where you squint, there are wrinkles.