Using Eye Wrinkle Creams

Men and women alike are unrelenting in the proverbial pursuit for youth. Aging, however, is very natural and with it comes wrinkles. However, people are fighting back; some people choose the nip and tuck approach while there are some who go for injectables. But a larger percentage of the population goes for the less inexpensive option in the form of eye wrinkle creams. Using the right cream for eye wrinkles, perhaps one that is organic or uses some natural ingredients will give you the most results.

Our skin becomes slow in reforming as we grow older. This results to flimsier skin that is less pliant and more susceptible to damage. In addition, the skin gets more dry and wrinkled, and this can be attributed to the fact that the skin decelerates in making natural oils. Even the fat cells that “hold up” the skin lose their firmness as we get older, and as a result, the skin starts to sag and fine lines begin to show.

You can keep the eye wrinkles at bay by applying a moisturizer each day. It seals in the moisture and reduces the appearance of fine lines. Eye wrinkle creams that have tretinoin are often recommended by dermatologists. Tretinoin is a form of vitamin A that has been found to resist the natural aging process.Tretinoin can also help with other eye skin care issues as well.

If you have dark eye circles, putting on an eye wrinkle cream that has vitamin K and retinol can help. Vitamin K and retinol, based on research studies, have been observed to reduce, if not eliminate, eye puffiness and discoloration. Vitamin K works by brightening the skin and retinol promotes natural collagen production, thereby helping the skin around the eye area become thicker and less fragile.

There are many eye wrinkle creams available today, including popular brands such as Regenerist, Olay, Estee Lauder, Neutrogena and LifeCell. However, experts say most creams are not really necessary; besides, they tend to be pricey. They say for most people, one facial moisturizer or cream will work, a cream specifically formulated for the eyes is not really needed. Thus, you may want to check with your dermatologist first prior to buying eye skin care products so as not to waste your money or be let down if they failt to work for you.Don’t assume you can treat your puffy eyes with a cream designed for dark circles, or vice versa.

Some people make their own eye wrinkle cream instead of purchasing the commercial brands. Add about five drops of almond oil in mashed avocado to make a paste that you can put on around the eye area. This avocado cream is smooth and cool; spread it across the eye skin area. After 5 minutes, rinse with warm water. Avocado is high in vitamin A, it is fatty, and it also is rich in vitamin K, all the ingredients you need to deal with eye wrinkles.