Eye Care for All Ages

For all that talk about grey hair and sagging arms, it’s often forgotten that your eyes are commonly the first place to show signs of aging. Eyes are windows to souls - they crinkle when you laugh and squint when you’re stressed - but all of those emotions take a toll on the delicate skin around your eyes.

The wear and tear of constant movement, due to facial expressions leads to fine lines and wrinkles. Focus on protecting your delicate eyes from environmental damage so the skin can better withstand movement.

Eye skin care in 20s

Look for a good moisturising cream that contains Hyaluronic Acid or Ceramides. Use the product once or twice a day depending on how dry your skin is. Also, make sure to choose a cream corresponding to your skin type.

Speed up collagen production in 30s

Pick an eye cream with Vitamin C, green tea, and other antioxidants, this will help brighten the eye area and help to speed collagen production. Apply as part of your night time skin care routine. You can re-apply in the morning as well; for that, you might prefer a lighter formulation, so your eye make-up doesn’t smear.  

Use retinol products in 40s

This is the time to try a retinol product to improve fine lines, texture, and even skin color. Find a product that also contains Hyaluronic Acid for moisture. Use your retinol eye cream only at night; if you tend to be dry, you can use a Hyaluronic Acid eye moisturiser in the day.

Use cream with peptides in 50s

Go for a cream with peptides (look for ingredients that contain 'Peptide' like 'Polypeptide' or 'Acetyl Hexapeptide-3). Peptides will help stimulate collagen production and work to improve the fine lines under the eyes. Generally, these products are gentle and non-irritating, so you can use them twice a day.

Eye skin care in 60s

You need a product with growth factors aka epidermal growth factors (or EGF). Growth factors are like mega-peptides that stimulate the growth of healthy skin cells, and are either plant-based (an example is apple stem cells) or synthetically produced. In helping skin regenerate, products with growth factors improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Use twice daily; if you have dark circles, a product that contains caffeine might help.

At any age, protect your peepers with large, 100 percent UV-protective sunglasses. The shades do a double anti-aging duty: They keep you from squinting in bright light while screening all damaging UV rays, keeping them as bright and youthful-looking as possible.

For severe issues and for dark circles treatment, go for our service 'Natural Skin Rejuvenation with PRP' which rejuvenates the delicate area around the eyes and make look fresh and healthy.

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