Types of eyecreams you should know about

Alexandru Zdrobau

It can be easy to dismiss skincare as a luxury, but many people see it as a necessity. It’s not surprising that skincare professionals in such industries would treat beauty products as investments. One example would be eye creams, which are used for improving dryness, puffiness, fine lines, and similar problems. Eye creams today can also provide sun protection to minimize damage to the area. If this is your first time learning about eye creams, it’s necessary that you know the types available today. This lets you choose which one can improve your current skin condition. Wedding Affair brings to you everything you need to know about eyecreams.

What Are Eyecreams?

Eye creams contain no potentially irritating essential oils and only the mildest fragrance, if any. Eye creams are lightweight and easily absorbed. Eye creams are designed to treat concerns specific to the eye area, such as dark circles and puffiness. These targeted formulas are extra-gentle yet effective on the super-thin skin around your eyes. The right product is well worth the investment. Yes, a moisturiser will hydrate and condition your eye area. Yes, you can use facial moisturiser around your eyes, and even on your arms and legs if you want. However, particularly if you have sensitive skin or eyes, an eye cream is usually the safer and better choice.

Types Of Eyecreams

For Dryness: If your skin is naturally dry there is a slight chance that your under eyes are as well. You probably use several different kinds of moisturizers but none of them work on top of your thick dry skin. You should use cream which is made for dry under-eyes and strive for ingredients such as: Shea butter, Jojoba oil, Flower wax, Hyaluronic acid. You probably have drier skin but not as many wrinkles. Your skin is super thin and fragile, and it can easily crack in the winter? This eye cream is appropriate for you, but also for younger women as well as those who are just starting to use eye creams.

For Fine Lines & Wrinkles: Eye cream products can be used to diminish fine lines and wrinkles. These start to appear as the skin naturally loses collagen and elastin, but lifestyle choices could cause these to appear sooner. Frequent smoking and sun exposure are common examples of this. As the skin loses collagen and starts to sag, more wrinkles would appear. Among the ingredients effective in keeping wrinkles and fine lines at bay is Coenzyme Q10, which is commonly used for heart conditions. Vitamin A is also an active ingredient in anti-wrinkle eye creams since it promotes healthy cell production.


For Puffiness: Puffiness is often associated with the lack of sleep, but it can also happen due to allergies, crying, as well as alcohol. Women who have puffy eyes should also incorporate a cooling pad or cooling cushions which they will place on top and underneath their eyelids every here and there. Make sure it has ingredients like: Peptides, Vitamin C, Hyaluronic acid, Ginseng. Both younger and older women can use it.

For Dark Circles: Staying up late, getting extremely fatigued, or even oversleeping can cause dark circles to form around the eyes. This is due to how sleep deprivation causes pale or dull skin, making the blood vessels underneath more noticeable. The blood vessels are the source of the hue that people see when they encounter dark circles in others. To combat dark circles, you can use eye creams made with caffeine, peptide, and light-reflecting mica.

Also Read: Beauty essentials to complete your bridal look

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