Do you wish somebody had an answer to your eye problems—the puffiness, the dark circles, the wrinkles, the eye bags?
If you do, you’re like millions of other people, and every skin care brand has an eye cream they want to sell you. So what do you buy?
The first step is to look for a safe, natural cream with ingredients that can actually treat your symptoms. Stay away from petrochemicals, parabens and alcohol, which do more damage by drying your skin and even causing more wrinkles.
What exactly should you avoid when you’re looking for the best eye creams for wrinkles? Basically any chemical, but some specific ones are polyacrylamide, acrylamide, and oxybenzone. Petrolatum will prevent your skin from rejuvenating, and since that is exactly what you’re trying to encourage, you do not want that in your skin care product, but some companies put it in there because it’s cheap. Avoid it at all cost.
Do not buy any skin care product with fragrances added; they contain various additives that can cause problems and you have no idea what those additives may be.
Many of the major cosmetic companies, quite simply, use substances in their products that are carcinogenic or may act as neurotoxins, and many more that are simply not nutritious for your skin.
You need to use natural, organic ingredients on your skin, particularly on the sensitive skin around your eyes.
What to look for in the best eye creams for wrinkles, you ask?
One of the best is called functional keratin. You may have heard of this; it comes from the wool of sheep and its biological structure is very similar to the protein in the fiber of our skin, so it is very good at rejuvenating skin. It’s an excellent ingredient in eye creams.
Another active ingredient to look for is kelp extract, which is also very similar to the protein in the fibers of the skin; this extract works against the breakdown of a compound called hyaluronic acid.
The best eye creams for wrinkles contain antioxidants to undo free existing free radical damage and prevent further damage.
One ingredient to look for to reduce crow’s feet, bags and dark circles is protein peptides, which work well on the thin skin under your eyes by thickening the skin and improving circulation to remove the dark circles.
Other ingredients you might look for include moisturizers like jojoba oil, vitamin E, Shea butter and avocado extract.
The most important key in finding the best eye creams for wrinkles is to look for natural ingredients that address the issues you want to treat.