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The skin around the eyes is more delicate and fragile than the rest of the body. This is the reason the eye area is the first to exhibit any visible signs of damage.

Here are some of the most common problems encountered by the skin surrounding the eye area and ways to heal the condition.

Under Eye Dark Circles
This is perhaps the most common problem encountered by women across the world. Dark circles under the eyes are a result of proliferation of blood vessels and the thinning of the skin layer.

The delicate skin around the eyes has tiny blood vessels underneath. The red blood cells have to line up in order to get through the small capillaries. While in the waiting stages, these red blood cells get lost and tread into the surrounding skin. In turn, body enzymes break down the red blood cells and their hemoglobin as well. When the hemoglobin is broken down, the cells become blue-black in color and that is what shows on the outside as dark circles under the eyes.

Dark circles can also develop under the eyes because of a lack of sleep, fatigue, excessive eye make-up or skin pigmentation problems.

There are plenty of eye care products available that help to treat under eye dark circles by nurturing the skin and providing it with required doses of nutrients. Here are some popular products you can choose from.

Kinerase Intensive Eye Cream – It is a great addition to your nightly regimen. It has a high concentration of Kinetin to moisturize your under eye area at night when your body is naturally repairing. Kinetin is a natural plant derivative that retains moisture in plants and also works on humans!.

iS Clinical C EYE ADVANCE – It is a great eye serum that diminishes the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and eye puffiness. It contains antioxidants that brightens dark circles under the eyes.
iS Clinical Eye Complex – A unique product by Innovative Skincare, the eye complex soothes the skin and brightens the complexion of the skin around the eyes. It reduces puffiness, hydrates the skin and protects against free radicals.

Crow's Feet
Crow's feet refers to the wrinkles and fine facial lines that appear on the outer corners of the eyes. They are a result of constant skin movement in that area due to squinting of eyes, laughing etc. Moreover, sun damage and skin dryness contribute to and aggravate the condition. While deep crow's feet need specialized treatments like Botox and plastic surgery, milder ones would benefit from special skin care products formulated for the the delicate eye area.

Here are some products that may correct the condition

Obagi ELASTIderm Day Eye Gel – It contains a unique bi-mineral complex that crosslinks elastin fibers and stimulates collagen production. The skin becomes smooth and the youthful appearance of the eye contours are restored.

Obagi ELASTIderm Night Eye Cream – The eye cream improves skin elasticity and makes it more firm and taut. With regular use, it diminishes the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines and crow's feet beside the eyes.

Obagi Nu-Derm Eye Cream – It prevents dryness around the eye contours and soothes fragile and sensitive skin around the eyes. It provides adequate moisture and supplements to the skin.

Puffiness
Puffiness causes under eye bags. Under eye puffiness can be caused by a number of reasons including heredity, fluid retention due to hormonal alterations,weather conditions, and allergies. There are a number of topical treatments that can help alleviate the problem of under eye puffiness and soothe the skin around the eyes.

Here are some products that will help reduce under eye puffiness

Kinerase Under Eye Rescue Cream – It improves the appearance of the under eye area by reducing puffiness, under eye circles, fine lines and wrinkles. Kinerase Under Eye Cream also moisturizes and brightens the area under the eyes.



By Marilynn Syrett physician
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Biography: Dr. Marilynn Syrett is a professional physician and skin care expert. Apart from writing articles about the various facets of skin care, she also reviews several skin care products from brand names like Obagi and Eye Care products.

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