In a recent issue of Skin Inc. Magazine, Skin Pro’s Richard Banks spent time with the editorial staff talking about the latest eye cream ingredients. Eye creams have come a long way since the normal hyaluronic acids and vitamin c eye creams. We’ve seen that many of the big cosmeceutical ingredients have got all the love in recent years, and why not? They are hands down the best way to treat the visible signs of aging such as:
- dark under eye circles
- uneven skin
- large pores
- eye wrinkles (crow’s feet)
- fine lines and expression wrinkles
When cosmeceuticals came to the market, all of the department store eye creams went into a tailspin. Now that consumer’s have become smarter shoppers, they know to look for clinical studies and laboratory data when comparing eye creams. If an eye cream doesn’t have any unique, independent studies behind it, what’s the value?
Skin Inc. Magazine profiled the following ingredients:
Peptides: Argireline, SNAP-8, Haloxyl, Eyeliss, Matrixyl 3000, SYN-Coll.
You can read the full story on the Official Website of Skin Inc.
Elite Serum was profiled in this article, which appeared on January 9, 2012. The Elite Serum contains all of the above ingredients, plus many more. It’s been highlighted here on eyecream.com as well on other sites for being the most advanced anti aging treatment of the year. Re-vamped in December 2011, the Elite Serum is made by Skin Pro, a laboratory in South Florida. The maker’s of this formula also maintain pending patents and have a global following. The dedication to science has helped them make a name for themselves, even in an economic downturn.
Skin care products such as eye creams have come a long way. If you are serious about treating the visible signs of aging, it’s important to add an eye cream to your daily anti aging regimen.