Eye Gels vs. Eye Creams
Both eye creams and eye gels can improve the look of puffiness, dark circles, fine lines, wrinkles, loss of firmness, and crepe-like texture.
Eye gels are lighter and soothing and are wonderful in the morning to smooth, refresh, and help diminish AM puffiness. Look for ingredients like Hyaluronic Acid (hydrating), Aloe and Cucumber (soothing, decreases puffiness), Peptides (firming). The light, silky texture of most eye gels also work well under makeup.
Eye creams are best used at night, when you can apply a thick, protective layer to soak in while you sleep. Look for ingredients like Peptides (firming), Haloxyl (dark circles), Stem CelIs (vibrancy), Argireline (wrinkle reducer). If you find you need eye cream during the day, too, the trick is to apply only a thin layer and allow it to absorb before applying sunscreen (critical for the wrinkle-prone eye area) and makeup.
May I suggest Aloe Cucumber Eye Gel and Yogurt Kale Eye Concentrate (cream).
Skin Diva Aesthetics Studio
410 N Marshall Street