We may be the generation who are getting the least sleep ever. The constant barrage of TV channels, smartphones, social media, entertainment, updates, alerts, notifications, emails, text messages, phone calls…we are being bombarded day and night with “stuff”. Is it any wonder that a tired eyes cream is one of the biggest must-have products at the moment?
While a tired eyes cream won’t replace the hours that you’ve lost not sleeping, but it will improve your appearance for the following day. It will remove the hang dog look, the puffiness and relieve bloodshot eyes, so when you’re existing on four hours sleep and a lot of coffee, your face won’t be letting you down.
So what do we look for in an eye cream for tired eyes? Well, unless there’s some serious wizardry going on, the best ingredients are always the natural ones. Natural ingredients are the best for delicate, sensitive skin – and are often the best relievers of a fraught, tired complexion.
So the next time your sleep is ruined through any number of reasons, bag yourself a decent eye cream. Our recommendations for a really good tired eyes cream are:
Dr. Hauschka Eye Revive which offers refreshment to tired or red eyes, this soothing herbal solution reduces the appearance of puffiness in the skin around the eyes.
Matis Reponse Vitalite Energising Lotion A lotion which revives dull and tired complexions. The Energising Lotion is a face tonic spray which refreshes and stimulates the epidermis while reviving the radiance of the skin. The skin becomes supple and radiant.
La Biosthetique Douceur Contour – Contour Gel for Eyes which is a cooling eye care gel with natural active ingredients to strengthen the connective tissue and reduce sensitive reactions in the eye area. Helps to protect the sensitive skin around the eyes. It improves the oxygen supply to the tissue as well as the blood circulation of the skin.
Ultimately, we always recommend at least seven hours sleep. Not always easy, but it’s the best, cheapest and easiest way of slowing down the ageing process.