Oakland, FL -- (ReleaseWire) -- 02/10/2014 -- Retinol is a popular anti aging ingredient used in both over-the-counter skin products as well as preparations available by prescription only. A potent derivative of the antioxidant vitamin A, this potent age-fighter provides important collagen protecting and boosting benefits to aging skin.
Upon examining many of the retinol eye gel reviews published online, it's clear that some users find the ingredient to be especially harsh and irritating when used on delicate under-eye skin. Yet experiences vary and there are plenty of doctors who say this vitamin A derivative is perfectly safe for use under the eyes.
Proper dosage and usage are critical for good results. Assuming an individual does not have overly sensitive skin and uses the correct formula as recommended by her dermatologist, results can be quite impressive.
Before deciding to use an eye gel or serum containing retinol, consumers should be aware of the possible side effects as follows:
1. Using this vitamin A-based ingredient can interfere with certain professional skin treatments such as waxing, chemical peels and microdermabrasion. Only one or the other should be used at any given time.
2. Sun exposure impairs benefits while increasing skin sensitivity. As a result, this treatment is only suitable for use at night.
3. Redness, itching and dryness are common. Because the skin around the eyes is thinner and more delicate compared to the rest of the face, other options may be better for certain individuals.
THAT Eye Cream™ Offers A Retinol-Free Option For Younger Looking Eyes
The All-In-One Eye Gel with Vitamin C is a better option for those who want all the anti-aging benefits of a premium eye gel without the side effects that come from using ingredients known to irritate sensitive skin. Collagen-boosting ingredients make the vitamin C eye serum a perfect choice for both day and night use.
Packed with powerful ingredients such as vitamin C, peptides and antioxidants, THAT Eye Cream's effective formula helps reduce the common signs of aging around the eyes. Crow's feet (fine lines and wrinkles), under eye bags and puffiness along with dark circles are targeted by the eye gel in a completely safe and gentle manner.
Those who favor retinol should proceed carefully and follow the recommendations of their dermatologist. Others who prefer a gentle yet effective under eye alternative would be wise to consider a good vitamin C eye gel such as the one offered by THAT Eye Cream. It's safe enough to be used every day and a viable option for day-time use and "off days" experienced by many retinol users.
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About THAT Skin Care™
THAT Skin Care™ offers premium anti-aging products formulated using the highest quality ingredients. Their THAT Eye Cream™ vitamin C formula is popular with all ages and skin types. It works both day and night and can be used alone or layered under a moisturizing cream. All products are made in the USA and are 100% paraben-free.