Vitamin C Works To Promote The Health Of Your Eyes
Beautiful and healthy eyes are desired by all but earned by few. Maintaining the health of your eyes is very easy but is understood by few. Increasing number of people these days complain of having dark circles around the eyes, wrinkles around the eyes or puffy eyes.
Our facial skin is delicate as compared to our body and the skin around our eyes is even more sensitive as compared to our facial skin. The products meant for our face generally do not serve the purpose for our skin around the eyes. Vitamins and minerals especially vitamin C is good for the health of our eyes. Consuming vitamin C in our daily diet not only helps improve and maintain a healthy eye sight but also acts wonders for the appearance of your eyes. It acts as a natural antidote for the crow’s feet and puffiness around the eyes.
Pamper your eyes with specific eye creams
Keeping above in mind, skin care scientists have developed ways of adding vitamin C to the skin topically. We now have products with added vitamin C (in natural and pure form) in adequate quantity to treat damaged under eye skin. This comes in the form of certain eye care serums and creams from leading skin care product manufacturers like iS Clinical, Nia 24, Kinerase, Teamine and many more. These eye repair gels are meant to be used daily at bedtime only on the skin around the eyes. The area around the eye needs to be gently treated with safe and laboratory tested products. The concentration of natural extract added to above eye creams and serums is regulated to not harm but easily penetrate and benefit the skin..
Other beneficial components of eye creams
Apart from improving the dark circles, vitamin C (from food and topical application as creams) is known to help reduce wrinkle, fine lines and hyper pigmentation spots formed around the eyes. The benefit of creams is that they are designed in a way to easily and deeply penetrate the skin and nourish it. Apart from vitamin C other components like pro Niacin (reduce puffiness), green tea extracts (reduce fine lines and wrinkles), Licorice, white birch (improve discoloration) matrixyl and caffeine are also added to benefit the eye’s skin. Matrixyl is a special product based on the structure of collagen and elastin (skin proteins). It helps improve the elasticity of the skin around the eyes.
Eye creams are nutrient rich creams. Most of the benefit of these nutrients can be attained only when you make sure that the product penetrates deeply into the skin and remains there for sufficient amount of time. Therefore, like night creams, under eye creams also best work when applied after cleansing the facial skin properly before bed time. Once to twice daily application of such products is suggested, depending on the condition and need of the skin.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Naomi Andrews is an esthetician in a leading spa where she was providing her customers satisfying treatments for sun damage and under eye dark circles. In her practicing years she has had the opportunity to use various skin care and eye care products.