Normally when we think of eye creams and all things that are intended to do our skin some good, we never consider that sometimes, the products we choose may result in all kinds of unwanted side effects. However, those with sensitive eyes can take simple steps to avoid using formulas that might rub them the wrong way.
LA Lasik surgeon Dr. Brian Boxer-Wachler spoke with the Huffington Post and reminded ladies that safflower oil is excellent for hydration while caffeine can help decrease redness and UV damage to eyes. Organic soybean oil and grapefruit seed extract are also highly beneficial while alpha lipoic acid and vitamin C (ascorbyl palmitate) are excellent for anti-aging properties.
Meanwhile, eye creams should be carefully selected to avoid fragrances and special non-irritating formulas, the news source reports.
Cellex-C Eye Counter Cream is specially designed for the delicate skin around the eye area and contains active ingredients to reduce the visible signs of aging. The formula is easy on sensitive skin and doesn’t generate many side effects as some other treatments might.