Dark Circles Lightener Cream by Celeteque DermoScience
I received my Celeteque Dermoscience Brightening Eye Tuck plus dark Circles Lightener from Sample Room PH a few months ago and it has been really helpful to my tired, raccoon eyes. Read the rest of my product review below.
Its active ingredient Eyeseryl Tetrapeptide Complex improves skin elasticity and ﬁghts fluid retention. These 2 factors are the main causes of puffiness around the eyes. It also helps lighten the skin around the eyes for a brighter look. With continued everyday use (day and night) it promises to make visible results in 4 weeks (one month).
What I love about this eye cream:
- The creamy texture makes application easy.
- It is easily absorbed by the skin and doesn’t leave any residue or visible marks.
- The size of the tube fits my hand perfectly and its tiny nozzle disposes just the right amount of cream.
- My eyes don’t look puffy and tired when I wake up in the morning.
- It’s affordable and can last for up to 6 months.
- It is dermatologist and ophthalmologist tested, non-comedogenic, hypo-allergenic, and fragrance-free.
Although it’s a fact that I can’t totally banish my dark circles due to irregular sleeping schedules and nasal allergies, I’m trying all possible ways to at least reduce and improve the appearance around my peepers. I also use a concealer (can’t go out without it!) to hide those annoying shadows. Check out my dark circles here: Benefit Lyin’ Eyes Concealer Review.
Here are some tips you can do to get rid of eye bags and dark circles:
- Sleep early, or get at least 8 hours of sleep a day. In my case since I’m a full-time mom (and will soon have a new bouncing baby boy), I take short naps whenever I can during the day.
- Treat your seasonal allergies to prevent nasal congestion. Hay fever, colds, and sinus infections can lead to water build-up under the eye.
- Eat healthy, drink lots of water, and stop excessive alcohol consumption.
- Refrain from rubbing your eyes and never sleep with your eye make-up on.
- Try to relax with your eyes closed for a few minutes a day to reduce stress on your eyes.
- Use eye creams and cooled eye masks.
- Use a concealer and go easy with the application. Just dab your ring finger and don’t tug the skin around the area.
- Make use of natural home remedies – cucumber slices, cool tea bags, ice cubes wrapped in soft cloth, and frozen spoons. Apply these to your eyes regularly.
- Wear facial sunscreen or sunglasses with UVA/UVB protection before sun exposure.
- Quit smoking.