Find the Best Products for Under Eye Sagging Skin

As you read about available eye creams, you’ll learn:

  • What ingredients to look for in an effective eye cream
  • How eye products can improve the skin around your eyes
  • Which eye creams are most effective

The skin around your eyes is the most sensitive skin on your body, and because it matures faster than other areas of your skin, it is often the place where you first notice visible signs of aging. If you want to improve the appearance of baggy eyes, the best thing you can do is use an eye cream every day. Unfortunately, there are thousands of eye creams on the market, and you may not know what to look for in an effective product. If you’re looking for the best eye cream for your skin, here is what you need to know to make an informed decision, in addition to a list of some of the products recommended by Dr. Catherine Vanderloos.

Ingredients To Look For

When it comes to eye creams, there are both prescription and over-the-counter options available to choose from. Prescription products are not necessarily more effective than over-the-counter creams, and you don’t want to spend a ton of money on prescription eye creams that don’t have the ingredients you need. All effective eye creams use a few key ingredients, so when you start searching for one that will improve puffiness and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, look for one that includes the following ingredients:

  • Antioxidants
  • Retinol
  • Peptides
  • Hyaluronic acid
  • Sunscreen

Eye Creams We Recommend

Everyone has different concerns when it comes to baggy eyes, so if you want to choose an eye cream that works for you, it is important to choose one that addresses your specific concerns. While many effective over-the-counter treatments are available, you may need something stronger if you have severely puffy eyes or super sensitive skin. However, there is no need to get a prescription product if you can find an over-the-counter eye cream that works. Here are some of the best eye creams on the market that Dr. Catherine Vanderloos recommends. 

At Envy Medspa we choose products that give the most effect for your money and time. Epionce and Biopelle products are our first choice.

THE EPIONCE APPROACH

Epionce is formulated to help unleash the natural potential of your skin. Our unique approach provides a blend of key botanical ingredients to reveal healthier-looking skin that can help improve the visible effects of aging – giving you smoother, more radiant skin. Our gentle and effective formulas are paraben, fragrance, sulfate and gluten-free. Restorative botanical ingredients incorporate powerful multifactorial antioxidants along with barrier boosting cholesterol, ceramide and free fatty acids in proven concentrations to improve the overall health and appearance of the skin. Unlike many other products on the market, Epionce does not contain harsh ingredients that irritate the skin or cause unnecessary dryness. The result is healthier, younger-looking skin.

Epionce Eye cream is a renewing & moisturizing eye cream Formulated with active complexes to reverse visible signs of aging Developed with soft-focus technology to diffuse visible light Reduces the visible appearance of dark circles & puffiness Unveils a hydrated, more vibrant, younger & healthier looking eye area Perfect for all skin types Paraben-free & sulfate-free

Biopelle Tensage Radiance Eye Cream

This lightly tinted daytime eye cream contains SCA Biorepair growth factor benefits and peptides to help even skin tone while firming, tightening and illuminating the delicate eye area. Provides a luminescent tint to instantly illuminate the eye area and decrease the appearance of dark circles and fine lines.

  • SCA Biorepair Index 10
  • Firms and tightens
  • Instantly illuminates tired eyes
  • Helps protect from free-radical damage

SCA Biorepair Technology is a secretion produced by the Cryptomphalus aspersa snail that is refined and purified through a patented process to pharmacological standards. SCA contains natural growth factors (https://biopelle.com/tensage-growth-factor/) as well as antioxidants and hyaluronic acid and is clinically proven to provide reparative benefits and address multiple signs of aging.

What Are Growth Factors?

Growth factors are proteins your skin produces naturally that provide a multitude of benefits. They help repair damage from the sun (https://biopelle.com/skin-concerns/hyperpigmentation/) and other external aggressors, optimize cellular health, and help reduce inflammation. Everyone has growth factors, however, as we age, growth factors naturally diminish in the skin, which can lead to breakdown in cellular function and visible signs of aging in the skin.

How Does SCA Biorepair Technology Work?

Growth factors in SCA Biorepair Technology help support fibroblasts which are responsible for the production of collagen and elastin and the organization and optimization of the extracellular matrix (ECM). Fibroblasts also help the cells in your skin recover from injury from the sun or other external aggressors. Much like growth factors, fibroblasts can age. However, when using SCA Biorepair on photodamaged skin or mature skin, fibroblasts proliferate at a much higher rate. This can help promote healing after photodamage or aesthetic procedures (https://biopelle.com/skin-concerns/post-procedure-care/) .

The antioxidant properties in SCA also help to inhibit free radical damage to the skin while hyaluronic acid helps to boost skin’s moisture levels.

What will you see?

  • Visible improvement in the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
  • Firmer looking skin
  • Improved texture, tone and luminosity
  • Reduction in the appearance of photodamage

Choosing the right eye cream can be a confusing and overwhelming process. Located in the heart of Shreveport, Louisiana, near the Inner Loop Expressway, Dr. Catherine Vanderloos is happy to offer advice and recommendations on which eye cream best meets your needs and budget. Contact us today or stop by our practice on Ashley Ridge Boulevard to schedule a free consultation to discuss your eye cream needs with Dr. Vanderloos.

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