Yes!!!  Absolutely!  While a face cream and eye cream might appear similar both in smell and texture, they work in entirely different ways.  A quality product such as this by Mad Hippie, is much more than just a moisturizer, which is the category most face creams would fall into.  An eye cream that is designed correctly, with the quality ingredients, will address problems that only the skin around the eyes inherently has.

What are these problems?

Given that the skin surrounding the eyes is by far the most delicate on the entire face, it makes sense that you would need a special product for this most sensitive area.  Not only is the skin the most delicate, it is also the thinnest on the entire face.  Because of how thin it is, this area, which also serves as the base of most expressions, is particular wrinkle prone.  Due to this, a product that fights off wrinkles (known as crows feet) is essential.  This area of the face also has less oil producing glands than anywhere else on the face.  Because of this, it is also prone to being dry.  Dry skin means fragile skin, and it also means increasing the pronouncement of wrinkles.  Due to this, a product that is very moisturizing is key.

What other problems are associated with the eye region?

Many people get dreaded dark circles around their eyes.  This can happen for a multitude of different reasons, ranging from heredity, to stress, to lack of rest.  While the different causes of dark circles around the eyes will react to different treatments, for example, dark circles resulting from lack of sleep will react best to sleep, and so forth, almost all causes can be treated with a quality eye cream.  Vitamin K is particularly effective at warding off dark circles, while peptides including Reguage and Eyeliss can help even further.  Oftentimes, dark circles are a result of blood accumulating around the eyes.  Peptides such as these two help increase circulation around the eyes and flush the blood from the area.  Using an ice bag on the eyes for at least 20 minutes can also be helpful.  Make sure to keep the head elevated when icing though to get the greatest effect.

So, remember, just because you use a moisturizing face cream, it does not mean you don’t need an eye cream as well.  These products feature entirely different ingredients that bring different results.  Keeping your skin hydrated is essential, but without the use of peptides and vitamin K, it is hard to address all of the problems that are often associated with the eyes.  Even if you are not battling dark circles under the eyes yet, it is still a good idea to take advantage of an eye cream to prevent bags under the eyes in the future.

The key here is prevention.  As with any condition of the body, it is best to try and do what you can to prevent issues.  While there are many great skin care products out there that can help those living with skin problems such as dark circles, if you can use an eye cream that can prevent the issues from arising in the first place, you are in a much better spot.  Today is the day, start giving your skin the care it deserves!