Consultant Ophthalmic and Oculoplastic Surgeon Miss Elizabeth Hawkes speaks with Sunday Times Style about eye creams and the latest beauty hack; wearing eye cream as face cream.
Miss Hawkes explains that eye creams tend to be thicker, more hydrating and have a higher concentration of hyaluronic than standard facial moisturisers. She also advises that the eye cream step in the beauty regime is one that shouldn’t be skipped.
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