Eye Serums vs. Creams: Which one is right for you?
Both eye creams and serums can be essential parts of any anti-aging skincare regimen. And while neither is inherently better, eye serums can offer several benefits that many eye creams do not. Here are some key reasons why incorporating eye serums into our eyecare routines can help us achieve the most eye-opening results.
- Eye Serums can be layered: Since they are typically water or gel-based and lighter weight than oil-based eye creams, eye serums can easily be layered under other eye care products to enhance their benefits or worn alone under makeup or sunscreen without feeling heavy, leaving skin looking slick or greasy, or interfering with makeup application.
- Eye Serums are more potent: Because eye creams are thicker, they generally include more moisturizing ingredients than serums but fewer anti-aging ones. Since serums are typically water or gel-based and have less oil, they can contain a higher concentration of age-erasing ingredients. This potency and the ability to be paired with a more emollient cream, if necessary, makes serums superbly effective in addressing under-eye concerns, such as puffiness and crow’s feet.
- Eye Serums are easily absorbed: A serum’s liquidity lets it sink into skin to work its hardest versus merely sitting on its surface, like many products with thicker consistencies.
We’ve expertly formulated our new Eye Renew Complex to tackle lines, wrinkles, dryness, puffiness, dark circles, and loss of firmness. The secret to its age-defying success is our patented PPM6 Technology™, which combines six peptides and plant-based antioxidants that attach to our signature HA molecules to deliver remarkable hydrating, skin-smoothing, soothing, firming, and radiance-enhancing results in a fraction of the time of many conventional anti-aging ingredients.
For best results, apply Eye Renew Complex directly onto clean, dry skin with the ring finger using a gentle tapping motion from inner to eye to outer eye corners. Avoid pulling or tugging this delicate area.