Should I apply an eye contour serum?

Should I apply an eye contour serum?

We often hear that applying at least one cream a day is enough to take care of Appointment our skin. However, facial skin is not uniform: some areas are more fragile than others, such as around the eyes. More delicate and finer, it is particularly prone to fine lines, dark circles and sagging skin. Applying products that specifically target the needs of this area of the face is therefore essential.

A serum to deeply moisturize the eye area

Why not use an "ordinary" moisturizer for your eyes? The answer may seem obvious, yet few people use a serum specifically designed for the eye contour area. Unlike the rest of the face, this skin has only a small number of sebaceous glands, responsible for producing sebum, the skin's natural moisturizing agent. This lack of sebum makes the skin around the eyes more vulnerable to dryness and visible signs of aging. It is also lacking in collagen and elastin fibers, which give the skin strength and suppleness respectively.

Taking care of the eye contour area at Appointment means applying a serum with a light, fluid texture that deeply moisturizes the area. Choose serums rich in hyaluronic acid or hyaluronic acid precursors such as biosaccharides, like our Anti-Fatigue Eye Serum, which moisturizes, stimulates cell renewal and boosts collagen and elastin production.

Your ideal ally for brighter, fresher-looking eyes

One of the main benefits of applying an eye contour serum is that it will reduce the appearance of dark circles and puffiness for a more alert look. By applying it morning and night, the serum protects the eyes from external aggressors, prevents dark circles from becoming discolored, and smoothes the skin for a more radiant appearance.

To gain hours of week in 1 application, we recommend you opt for serums which, like our Relaxing Eye Serum, are rich in green tea, caffeine and probiotics for instantly illuminated eyes.

Take Appointment of the first area of the face to show the signs of aging.

With its 22 muscles in perpetual motion, the skin around the eyes is the first area to show the signs of aging. Most of the time, it's the slowing down of blood microcirculation over time that causes poor vascularization and lymphatic drainage, making the skin more fragile and dehydrated. The skin around the eyes then becomes even thinner and less supple, allowing dark circles and puffiness to show through even more.

To prevent the appearance of these skin-aging markers, we recommend applying a serum around the eyes that contains pomegranate, a fruit known for its anti-wrinkle properties and immediate tightening effect, coupled with niacinamide, which restores normal blood capillary flow through a vasculo-protective effect. In addition to a serum, it is essential to follow up with an eye cream, such as our Anti-Aging Eye Cream, as its action complements that of the serum. It plumps up the eye contour area and smoothes fine lines for a rejuvenated, lifted look.

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