The skin around your eyes is much more fragile, more prone to dryness, and quicker to show age and fatigue than any other skin on your face. Squinting and constant movement of the eyes also hasten the appearance of lines and wrinkles, and fluids slowly begin to collect under the eyes, causing undesirable puffiness and dark circles. Eye creams can address some of these issues.
It's never too young. Adding eye creams to your daily regimen in your twenties will lead to smoother looking skin under the eyes in your thirties and onward. Eye creams keep the skin moist, thus promoting younger looking eyes. Some eye creams work instantaneously to brighten skin, so long as they are on the skin. Some takes weeks or even months to show results, because they slowly work to hydrate and plump that delicate under eye tissue.
There are many challenges we face when it comes to aging and the eyes. You may need a cream that helps to brighten and your best friend may need a cream to uber hydrate. Eye serums are great for that deep hydration and can actually be layer under a heavier eye cream. When you try a new cream, give it a good 30 days of a.m. and p.m. use before you decide whether it is an effective addition to your daily regimen. Ask for help when picking a product that will best deliver your results. Let a professional guide you through the process. The likelihood of success is greatly increased when following the advice of someone who deals with solving challenges on a daily basis.