When this blog was started, it was focused on about three different types of wrinkle creams. Then, after a lot of demand from readers, I kept hearing about eye wrinkle creams. Seems to me that many people are just as concerned with eye wrinkles as they are with facial wrinkles. That’s all fine and dandy, and I have no problem covering more topics if time permits. For that reason, I added a bunch of eye creams to the mix along with my opinion and reviews of each. Then, later on, when I decided that eye cream reviews were worth while, many of the top wrinkle creams came out with anti aging systems, such as the popular Age Defying System by EliteSkin, which was launched after their first and flagship product, Elite Serum, had so much success.
So, what started as a wrinkle cream review site turned into an anti-wrinkle review site which features wrinkle creams and eye creams, and also a few other products that I thought were worth going over. Now, this site is a pretty popular site on the subject of anti aging and skin care products, as noticed by all the mail and comments I receive.
Eye creams have brought a whole new dimension of traffic to this site, and I promise to keep posting eye cream reviews as well as other skin product reviews as time permits. Eye creams are great anti aging products because they do so many different things, such as:
- get rid of dark circles under the eyes
- smooth skin texture
- treat sun damage and sun spots
- cover eye wrinkles and “crows feet”
- reduce eye puffiness
- get rid of eye bags and “baggy eyes”
In general, eye creams work the area around the eye and near the orbital bone to freshen up the area and improve our skin’s texture and appearance. The eyes are obviously the focal point of our faces, and many business professionals can not afford to have dark circles, even though they are a part of aging. Puffiness is also a big complaint among people, and a well formulated eye cream can help deflate eye puffiness with repeated use.
You may hear terms like “eye serum” and “eye gel,” as they are common in today’s anti aging skin care niche. They are usually in line with the goals of eye creams, acting to treat the same symptoms and improving on many of the same aspects. Marketing companies will use the words, “gel, serum, and cream” interchangably depending on the viscosity of the eye product or the marketing angle they want to portray. However, as a consumer you can keep in mind that these products are usually formulated to do the same things with constant use.
As the anti aging skin care sector continues to grow, eye creams will continue to be the most sought after products by consumers. This is because an eye cream is a useful product for anyone 18 years of age and over that wants to care for their skin around their eyes and look their best. In contrast, wrinkle creams normally appeal to a slightly older crowd, although they can help to prevent wrinkles from forming and showing when used at an earlier age.