When your younger sister asks you how come you have less eye wrinkles than her you know you are winning at  life. I'm kidding of course (not about her asking, that part was real), but I'm the kind of person that will take any compliment and to me this is a compliment. 😂 The matter of skincare is actually very simple. If there's one issue you want to improve or resolve, you can, if you use the right product and are persistent with it. Technology and innovation in skincare is going so far these days and new amazing products are emerging all the time. Of course, some matters can't be prevented forever, still I'm 100% sure skin looks glowier and healthier with the right kind of care. This is just common beauty sense. I'm not really the kindest to my eyes and around the eye area (to be quite honest), I don't get the right amount of sleep all the time, I stare at all the screens probably too much (I mean the new episode of Game of Thrones is out today, who needs sleep), don't drink as much water as I probably should... You know, all the good stuff. 😂 Speaking about Game of Thrones, why, why, why did the dead have to get that one dragon. And why do dead need land, aren't they, well dead? What would they do with the Kingdoms if they are already dead. I didn't read the books by the way, maybe the answer is there. 

Anyways, when you are not super kind to your around the eye area, you have to step up your skincare. Even when you are disciplined and manage to sleep well and do all the other jazz, skin around the eyes is more delicate and needs better care. My skin is oily and I don't hydrate it excessively, but I do hydrate my under the eye area with super rich creams. A lot of them I've tried over the years were amazing and honestly I've tried so much I don't even remember them all. You can search my blog if you want to find some of them, I did do a post or two on eye creams only before. Sometimes I even use two at the same time, one for the day and one for night time. This happens when I get a rich cream that doesn't sit well under makeup, that one usually goes into the night time skincare routine. For the longest time my absolute favourite was Nuxe Creme Prodigieuse Yeux. It's the perfect light yet rich formula that will hydrate amazingly and can be used both in the evenings and mornings. The innovation from Nuxe is their Creme Prodigieuse Boost that you've had a chance to see lately all over social media. I have to say the new Boost eye cream is equally good. Recently I've started using Mario Badescu Hyaluronic Eye cream at night, I really like it, it's a bit rich for day time, but if your skin is super dry you can use it in the morning as well. These are the favourites I don't plan to change anytime soon, but we'll see. Like I said, skincare is always improving so the best products are yet to come!