Why Eye Creams Should Never Be Neglected

Eye creams don’t seem to have importance on skin care.  Many people think that eye creams are not that important for their beauty care.

Should we really care for our eyes that much that we need to apply creams for it?  We often neglect that eyes should also be taken care of since it forms part of our physical beauty.

Although there is a saying that beauty is in the eyes of the beholder.   The one who looks at you may look different when they see your eyes.

Remember that our eyes are the windows to our soul. But if the eyes would deceive the onlookers that would not be a good idea.

The eyes are the first thing that other people would look at us.  It is through our eyes that we can capture the interest of other people.  If the eyes won’t tell the truth in us then we are deceiving other people.

We want other people to get the best impression of us.  We should give them the best of ourselves through the defining looks of our eyes.

There are so many things that our eyes may have problems with when it comes to skin care.

The skin around our eye areas is the most sensitive and the thinnest skin of all.  That is the same reason why we should have a separate eye cream meant for the eye skin areas only.

There are times when the creams we applied to our face is just the same cream we applied to our eye areas.  But if the eyes have an isolated problems like eye bags or dark eye circles, there should be a separate eye cream to resolve the problem.

The same moisturizer you use for the rest of your face may not be applicable to the eye areas or your specific eye skin problems.

Why Should there be a Separate Eye Cream?

The idea of using a separate eye cream is to avoid irritating the eye area with the harsh or heavy substances contained in some facial creams and moisturizers.

As we mentioned earlier, the skin around the eye area is the most sensitive of all.  As it is also the thinnest skin of all, we should really handle it with care.

Different Skin Eye Problems

  • Eye bags and Eye puffiness
  • Dark Eye Circles
  • Crow's feet or Eye Wrinkles

These are the common eye problems that we encounter.  The effect of these skin problems around the eye area may have a deep impact on your overall physical look.

Check this out. If you have eye bags, dark eye circles, and eye wrinkles, the first impression people would have on you is that you are older than you actually are.

Eye bags and dark pigmentation around the eye area can really give that old look impression.  You will look haggard and yes, ugly!

Of course, we do not want that kind of impression. As a person, we always want to impress other people.  But how do we do that if we have these eye problems?

Maybe you are wondering why your facial moisturizers don’t work.  You keep applying those toners and cleansers but it just doesn’t give an effect nor change the way your eyes look.

Well, it could be because your moisturizers just simply don’t work.  Worst, it has aggravated the situation of your skin in the eye area because it damaged the skin instead of solving the problems.

Some moisturizers have substances which may be harmful to the thin skin of the eyes. Therefore instead of solving the problems, it only makes it worst.

Different kinds of Eye Cream Solutions

  • Eye Gel

Eye gels are meant to reduce the puffiness of the eyes. The swelling of the eyes is one of the biggest problems we have for our eyes.  Eye gels contain substances that can soothe or reduce the swelling around the eye areas.

You can apply the gel right after cleansing the face.  We usually leave it over night to reduce the swelling.

  • Eye Serums

Eye serums are different from eye creams because it is less heavy.  It helps in the control of wrinkle formation around the eye area and if used regularly, you will notice the change in the glow around the eye area.

  • Eye Creams

Eye creams are just like the moisturizers we used on our face. It’s just that eye creams contain less of the substance that can be damaging for the eye skin area.

Normally, eye creams have a different formulation since it is considered to be the most gentle part of our face.

Eye creams are meant to reduce the wrinkles and the dark eye circles appearing on our skin.

The use of eye creams should be under a very strict supervision.  Any overdosage or misuse of the creams may lead to skin irritation.  Of course, we do not want to experience skin irritation around the eye areas because our eye sight might be affected as well.

Some harsh formulation may cause irritation that would go up to the eye itself.  It may impair out our sense of sight which could be a bigger problem.

Before we go into details of using eye creams, let us look into the different causes why eye problems like puffiness, wrinkles and dark pigmentation happen.

Knowing the cause of eye problems would lead us  into

the avoidance of the things that cause these eye problems.

Major Causes of Eye Problems

  • Late Night Habits

Our habits of staying up late at night are one of the major reason why we develop sunken eyes or dark eye circles.  Sometimes puffy eyes would come after a late night habit.

To lessen the problems on our eyes, we should take at least 8 hours of sleep to ensure that our eyes are well rested. Sleeping well enough will also benefit our overall health in particular.