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The Pros and Cons of Eye Creams

Everyone is looking for the perfect answer to make their skin look better and in turn make themselves look years younger. But there is no easy fix – and in fact, it is important to be informed so that you don’t make any bad decisions when it comes to putting products on your skin – especially around the eye area. With so many options available in the marketplace it is difficult to know what the right solution is but here are some guidelines that should help you decide which eye cream is right for you. The Best Solutions Since your eye area is so delicate it is extremely important that you consider all the products available before choosing the one that fits your needs and can banish the dark circle around the eyes.

Here are some good options for you:

Vitamin A – This vitamin will help to keep your skin smoother and help to reduce wrinkles for a more youthful look.

Coenzyme Q10 – This is a potent natural antioxidant in the skin, but as we age it decreases. This ingredient in an eye cream will neutralize the free radicals that cause damage.

Hyaluronic Acid – This is a natural protein that is found in the skin, but it too decreases as we age leading to wrinkles. Eye creams with this ingredient will rejuvenate the skin and rehydrate it with needed moisture reducing wrinkles and dark circles.

Ceramides – Known as fatty molecules this ingredient in an eye cream will protect aging skin and keep it moisturized and well hydrated.

Vitamin C – This vitamin enhances the production of collagen so that the skin is suppler and firmer.Cucumber – This ingredient in an eye cream will soften the skin and reduce puffiness while it soothes the skin.

The Worst Solutions Just as there are good ingredients for eye creams, here are some that you should avoid:

Parabens – Often used as a preservative in products, this ingredient can be carcinogenic meaning they can cause cancer.Alpha

Hydroxy Acid – This is often found in products to exfoliate the skin, but should not be used in the delicate eye area as it will damage the skin and leave it more prone to sun damage.

Sodium Lauryl Sulfate – This ingredient will dry up the skin and if absorbed into the skin, it can cause damage to the lungs, heart and liver and some believe it can cause breast cancer.

Liquid Paraffin – This is another name for mineral oil that can clog the pores so it is difficult to cleanse them of toxins – thus increasing the chances of premature aging.

Octyl Stearate – This ingredient is often used as a thickener but it too can clog the pores of the skin thus increasing the chances of premature aging.

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