Crêpe Eyelid Skin

Eyelid skin is the thinnest skin in the body and in many cases shows the earliest signs of aging. Over time the collagen which serves as a support structure for the skin begins to break down, resulting in sagging skin. With age and sun damage, skin may become as thin as a paper towel. With diminished collagen beneath the skin surface, gentle skin folds begin to appear, especially on the eyelids. Consistent hydration and collagen growth are key components in managing eyelid laxity. Avoidance of oily moisturizers prevents milia (white heads). Hyaluronic Acid attracts the skin’s own moisture to the skin to provide hydration. Incorporate products with growth peptides (soluble keratin peptides) to stimulate collagen production and restore elasticity.