Do I need to use an eye cream if I use a moisturiser already under my eyes?
While the Cellular Laboratories De-Aging Day Crème with SPF 20 and the De-Aging Crème are meant to be used on the face, the Eye Crème is specially formulated to be used in that precise, delicate area around the eye. Heavier creams are not absorbed so well in this area because the skin is thinner. Loose skin, fine lines and wrinkles are targeted by the eye crème, so regular use can improve the appearance of skin over time.
What causes dark, under-eye circles?
There is no bone directly under the under eye area nor are there oil glands. Lacking these two structures, the area tends to get dry, wrinkled and dark when neglected. The skin is very delicate and needs special attention for a bright, alert and rejuvenated look that promotes a more youthful appearance.
Who needs Eye Crème?
Why wait until it is too late? Start now. Everyone can benefit from the use of eye crème. The area under the eye is one of the first to show our age. Deliver moisture to maintain your youthful look. Even if you do not have wrinkles yet, it is wise to start early.
How do you get the best results from the Eye Crème?
The point of the Eye Crème is to maintain a youthful appearance. Be sure to apply properly to get optimal results. Gently pat a small amount of crème under the eye. Do not rub or smudge onto skin. Tugging and pulling at the skin will only result in stretching the skin, making for more mature-looking skin.
Why are antioxidants so important in an eye crème?
Antioxidants work to maintain healthy balance between radicals and antioxidants. As we age, we are exposed to more free radicals and fewer antioxidants. One of the essential antioxidants for topical skincare is Jojoba oil. It contains antioxidants found in vitamin E that work to fight off free radicals. In our anti-ageing formula, the oil defends the delicate skin of the under eye area that is so prone to show signs of premature ageing.
Is this product tested on animals?
This product has not been tested on animals