"Avoid Eye Area”...Which Products To Use Around Your Eyes – Sozy


Buy 4 items and get 20% off your order!*terms
Discount does NOT apply to Brands We Love items, the Pre-Loved Shop, Mystery Bags, or Gift Cards. This sale may change or end at any date or time. Discount cannot be combined with other discounts or rewards. Discount cannot be applied to past or future orders.




"Avoid Eye Area”...Which Products To Use Around Your Eyes

avoid eye area

You’ve read it on the back of most of your face products: “Avoid eye area”. So you know you can’t rub your moisturizer on your lids. But why? This skin is 40% thinner than the rest of your face and much more sensitive. It can seem like a drag to add another product to your beauty bag, but I promise there’s a reason. Because our eyes, eyelids, and skin around the eyes are very delicate, most products aren’t safe for these areas unless they are specially formulated for it. Not to worry my beauties, lots of products are created just for your eye area.

Let’s start with some tips you can use now to perk up your peepers:

Hydrate  Dehydration can cause puffiness and dryness in your eye area. Make sure you’re consuming plenty of water throughout the day and watching your salt intake

Rest  Be sure to get 7-8 hours of shut eye per night so your eyes can rejuvenate

Cleanse  Always use warm (never hot) water while rinsing your eye area, and hold the soap   

Refrigerate  Keep your eye cream cold, especially if you have puffiness, to stimulate circulation

Dab it  Using your pinky finger, dab gently under your eyes, at the corners, and on the lids. A pea sized amount is enough for both eyes. Tugging or pulling will cause stress (and wrinkles)


So what should you be using around your precious eyes?

When looking for the best eye creams, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. The best way to navigate is to look to the issue you’d like to solve and find a product with the most beneficial ingredients. That way you’re not bombarded with high price tag products and ingredients you aren’t sure about.

We’ve put together a list for you:


  • Caffeine - constricts the blood vessels (also helps with dark circles)
  • Chamomile - soothes skin

Dark Circles

  • Vitamin C (sodium ascorbate) - thickens skin
  • Vitamin B3 (niacinamide) - a wonder, also helps improve the appearance of wrinkles, dullness, skin tone and enlarged pores
  • Kojic Acid - made from fungi, lightens skin