Reduce Dark Circles Under Eyes and Wrinkles With One Cream
Ageless Derma introduces their anti-aging eye cream that kills two birds with one effective stone. This newest eye cream targets dark circles, puffy eyes, and wrinkles around the eyes, such as Crow's feet, all at the same time. Their two main secret weapons are naturally derived ingredients Vitamin K and Retinol, making this eye cream the new gold standard for a younger, more radiant look where it counts: around the delicate eye area.
Scientific studies have proven that Vitamin K now plays a pivotal role in the erasure of dark circles under eyes. As people age, the skin around the eyes gets thinner. The padding of the skin becomes lessened, leaving a hollowed out look in some people, aging their faces significantly. Blood vessels beneath this skin show through the thinning dermal area, making it look darker than it does on other areas of the face. Clinical studies have shown that Vitamin K reduces the clotting of blood in general. When used on thinning skin, Vitamin K can diminish dark circles that appear there. Ageless Derma is taking full advantage of these latest findings and now utilizes Vitamin K in targeting under eye dark circles for a more youthful look.
Retinol, the other ingredient used in Ageless Derma's Eye Cream, is a form of Vitamin A that has been proven to be very effective in reducing wrinkles, increasing enzyme activity, cell renewal, skin plumpness and elasticity. Swiss chemist Paul Karrer first identified Vitamin A's chemical makeup in the 1930s; by the 1960s, its skin care applications were just being discovered. According to Vogue Magazine and findings reported in the British Journal of Dermatology, today's over-the-counter skin care formulations using Retinol are just as effective at eradicating wrinkles as prescription-strength retinoids are, and much less expensive. Ageless Derma has placed a Retinol, the purest form of Vitamin A, in their age-reducing eye cream.
A noted clinical research study performed at Nippon Medical School in Tokyo, Japan and reported in the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology showed that a cream containing 2% Vitamin K combined with 0.1% Retinol and Vitamins E and C worked to reduce under-eye circles and wrinkles in adult subjects. When applied twice a day for only 8 weeks, nearly 50% of the patients exhibited lessened dark circles and wrinkles.
Ageless Derma's Vitamin K and Retinol Eye Cream also contains Vitamins E and C in order to provide antioxidant effects and promote new skin growth. The company's natural innovations in a dark circle and wrinkle reducing eye cream promise to give new life to user's skin when used as directed. The eye cream targets dark circles under eyes, puffy eyes, and Crow's feet. It may well be the solution to a hope for an eye cream for wrinkles that has existed for a very long time: one that works on both dark circles under eyes and wrinkles simultaneously.