If you’re trying to up your skincare game, adding an eye cream to your regular routine is a great way to care for your skin and add a little extra bounce to the skin beneath your eyes. Our brand new Kona Peptide Eye Cream is waiting to become a part of your skincare regimen, and it’s naturally caffeinated, making this the perfect ingredient to a skincare routine that truly wakes your skin right up. But, does eye cream help to prevent wrinkles? Does it reduce the wrinkles that might already be there? We’re here to answer all of your eye cream questions, so that you can know everything you need to know before adding it to your skincare routine.
What ingredients should I look for in an eye cream?
It’s best to look for an eye cream that not only has natural ingredients, but can wake your skin up. Our Kona Peptide Eye Cream is made with natural Hawaiian botanicals, including Hawaiian coffeeberry to protect and restore, Hawaiian spirulina to detoxify and revitalize, and kukui nut oil, to moisturize and nourish.
Does eye cream prevent wrinkles?
While eye cream doesn’t necessarily prevent wrinkles, using it regularly will definitely reduce your risk for wrinkles as time goes on. When you use an eye cream like our Kona Peptide Eye Cream regularly, you’ll find that your skin feels more awake, and that wrinkles are less of a problem for you in the future you! It also has the power to reduce the severity of wrinkles you already have, so if you’re trying to give your skin some extra oomph, this is a great product to add to your regular routine.
How do you use eye cream?
Eye cream is super easy to use. Just take a pea sized amount of cream on your finger and dab it onto your under eye area. This should always be the final step of your routine, and can be used in the morning and at night. And remember, a little goes a long way!
Looking to add a little extra moisture to your routine? Try our Makai Marine Hawaiian Face Moisturizer!
Disclaimer: Keep in mind that results from this product may vary. Use only as directed, and always consult a dermatologist before beginning any new skincare regimen. Stop and discontinue use if any irritation lasts longer than a few days.
About the author:
Halle Homel is currently based in Southern California, where she spends her time with her family and dog, Lassen when she’s not traveling. She spends her free time exploring new places, practicing yoga, and working on her blog, Halle’s Wandering Soul. Follow her on Instagram @halleswanderingsoul