Are Eye Creams Really Necessary?

I am often asked by clients if eye creams are a real thing or just a gimmick and here is my response.

The skin around the eyes is quite different from the rest of the face. It's a very delicate tissue that tends to become crepey and wrinkled more quickly than other areas. A lot of smiling and squinting exaserbates the problem too. Not to worry, you need not give up your smile.

A well formulated eye cream will have special ingredients that target and help rebuild the lost collagen around the eyes. In the past there were a lot of eye creams that seemed too heavy and would often irritate, but now days new and highly effective formulas are much more user friendly.

KMSKIN Cellular Eye Corrector is one of those formulas and it is

guaranteed to make you wonder why you ever questioned whether or not eye creams were important.

Cellular Eye Corrector is a highly concentrated and super-charged eye complex that effectively combats the signs & symptoms of chronological aging, while deeply hydrating and nourishing the delicate eye area. A proprietary combination of peptides effectively works to repair cellular communication and boost the synthesis of Collagen I, III, & IV for a visible reduction in the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles around crow’s feet. This synergistic blend of peptides also regenerates, repairs and protects the skin by preventing glycation which is the breakdown of collagen that creates sag and wrinkles. Besides the proprietary peptide blend, Cellular Eye Corrector also provides powerful antioxidants, including Vitamins C & E and Green Tea Extract that protects and repairs damaged skin caused by free radical and UV damage. Added botanical extracts contribute vitamin--rich fatty acids, proteins, and amino acids that quickly penetrate the skin to provide long--lasting moisture retention to strengthen the skin’s natural barrier function, resulting in a smoother, more youthful appearance.


Tripeptide-10 Citrulline: Peptide that boosts and regulates collagen fibers by mimicking the decorin in our skin that declines with age.

Tripeptide-1: Peptide that mimics the relationship of the growth factors involved in the synthesis of collagen and in the healing process. Specifically stimulates Collagen I and III, fibronectin and laminin to boost skin function.

Retinyl Palmitate: Form of Vitamin A that is one of the primary antioxidants found naturally in the skin that aids in skin maintenance and repair, exfoliates and helps moisturize the skin.

Ascorbyl Palmitate: A stable, lipid-soluble form of Vitamin C that works as a powerful antioxidant to protect the skin from free radical damage while encouraging collagen production.

Camellia Sinensis (Green Tea) Leaf Extract: A potent antioxidant with powerful anti-inflammatory benefits that helps prevent collagen breakdown and reduce UV damage.

Sodium Hyaluronate (Hyaluronic Acid): Special combination of high- and low-weight hyaluronic acids that expand once in the skin to provide excellent, long-lasting hydration. A glycosaminoglycan capable of binding 1,000 times it’s weight in water, when applied to the skin it forms a water-binding barrier allowing for increased moisture retention in the skin’s intracellular matrix.

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