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New Research Studies Reveal Significance of Eye Creams


New York City, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/19/2013 -- Desire to look younger is natural especially among women. With issues like baggy eyes, wrinkles and dark circles under eyes, it is not easy to look youthful and active. For this reason, anti-aging creams have been around for years. Many studies have shown eyes are particularly delicate part of body that need extra care to maintain youthful appearances.

An author of a beauty magazine wrote, "skin around the eyes is thinner and has no glands or fatty tissue to help protect the skin against the ravages of time. Hence the skin is very susceptible to blinking, screwing up your eyes, smiling or laughing, or just giving your eyes a rub. All these actions help to thin out the skin even more. This in turn shows up the blood vessels more, and makes the skin around the eyes take on a darker appearance."

With age, less collagen and elastin is produced by our skin. Because of this, the skin becomes less tight and much more susceptible to drying out and causing wrinkles, bagginess, and other factors that can ultimately make a person, especially women, look older than they are. As per Kelly Adams, an important thing to look in eye cream reviews is to make sure the ingredients of the cream increase collagen production in skin.

Kelly Adams, a local beauty salon owner stated, "A mistake I've seen a lot of women make is they assume moisturizer should be enough to make wrinkles under eyes go away and look youthful. Undeniably, moisturizers are indeed important for proper facial skin care but they are not nearly enough for making bagginess or dark circles under eyes go away. Moisturizers don't help even a bit when it comes to those issues. The reason for this is there's a huge difference in skin under eyes and skin on rest of your face, like cheeks or chin etc that simply cannot be ignored. It's important to include best under eye cream you can afford in your beauty routine if you want your eyes to look as youthful as possible, and shouldn't be thought of as an unnecessary expense."

Maddie Diamond
New York City, NY, US