Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Best Eye Cream Ingredients you should look for in an eye cream

Facial fat around the eyes starts falling first (likely due to the area’s thin, fragile skin). Combine the natural aging process with cold, dry weather of Pakistan and chances are your eyes will be winter-weary. That’s where in Pakistan supercharged eye creams come into play.
Here are key ingredients to look for in a smoothing serum when shopping in Pakistan.

  1. Hyaluronic Acid and Ceramides is for plump skin cells. Nothing beats hyaluronic acid, which draws moisture from the air and holds up to 1,000 times its weight in water perfect for Pakistan’s winter.
  2. Retinol is important as well. Anybody who can tolerate retinoic acid should use it. Vitamin A derivative, retinol stimulates cell turnover and collagen production, helping to strengthen skin and reduce complexion imperfections like sun spots and fine lines on women in Pakistan.
  3. Neuropeptides is for women in Pakistan who are sensitive to retinol. Supersensitive skin types might opt for a peptide-packed eye cream instead of a retinoic acid eye cream. Like retinol, neuropeptides also kindle collagen and elastin production, but are gentler on the dermis. In studies applying various neuropeptide preparations directly to the skin, exciting benefits are seen on eyes.
  4. Vitamins C and E are good for eyes. Besides vitamin A (in the form of topical retinol), vitamins C and E are also powerful anti aging ingredients. While vitamin C aids in collagen production and skin elasticity, vitamin E soothes and protects the eyes.
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Top 5:Best Eye Creams By ELLE









Double Team

“Everyone is shocked!” when they hear your age, thanks to L’Oréal Revitalift’s A.M. and P.M. formulas that “keep the wrinkles at bay
                      





Divine Intervention

Each jar of the “rich” and “OTT” La Mer The Eye Concentrate comes with a “luxurious silver applicator that’s oh-so-cooling.”
 



Basic Instinct

A “wonderful, lightweight” powerhouse, Clinique All About Eyes Rich “hydrates the delicate skin” in the eye area.



Full Service
“Give it a week” for “complete” transformation. The “smoothing,” “de-puffing,” “brightening” Olay Total Effects Eye Transforming Cream “does it all.”
 et There Be Light

“Worth all the hype,” Kate Somerville Line Release Under Eye Repair Cream “blasts dark circles and fine lines,” letting you “skip concealer.”








5 comments :

  1. Is that"La Mer"eyecream part of the famous expensive brand"creme de la mer"?Hell,I've seen someone sell it here in 7gr jar for about 60USD..and 16Oz for 2100 USD!Won't buy that untill I become a business mogul I guess,LOL :D..

    Anyway,there're 2 others good ingredients for eyes(from what I've read)as well: Collagen(this is superb)and haloxyl(for dark under eye circles).
    Oriflame has a collagen range for eyes treatment.You can try it,Sarah!:)

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  2. thanks for the wonderful article! have u tried any of these eye creams? which one was the most effective would you say?

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  3. hi jenny !

    thank you for dropping by ,:) i havent tried any of these cream so far , these were rated by ELLE magazine

    @ lovely
    yup the creme de la mer :P one of the most expensive brand

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  4. I think I'm gonna try the Olay Total Effects Eye Transforming cream. Those other products would surely burn a hole in my student pocket..U__U
    I'm using ELianto pearl eye cream atm and just checked the ingredients..there's none of the things you mentioned above..
    thanks for this info. I'll be more careful when purchasing products!

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