When you’re young, it’s easy to keep your skincare routine a little bit slap and dash, because your skin is gifted with the resilience of youth. Ah, the blissful ignorance. As we age however, it becomes more and more important to ensure that your skin is getting what it needs from you.
Many people experiment with skincare throughout their years, and eventually - usually! - we can work out a routine based on what our skin does and doesn’t like. But what’s nice is that in this day and age, skincare technology has come so far that it’s possible to a product that gives instant results.
Where on your face is most affected by ageing?
Erno Laszlo’s mission has always been about giving back control to people about how their skin looks. One of the most challenging areas to target through skincare is the eye area, and unfortunately this is also the area most likely to start giving your age away first!
They say your eyes are the window to your soul, and whether that’s true or not, the eye area certainly can be the window to your age… or worse. The eye area has thinner, more delicate skin that is more difficult to protect through suncare. This means that not only is it prone to expression lines such as crow’s feet, it’s also more prone to loss of firmness, pigmentation, and dehydration lines. And that’s even before we begin to discuss the puffiness and dark circles that can be genetic, environmental, or associated with the poor quality of sleep that unfortunately goes hand in hand with the ageing process.
As confronting as this list is, Erno Laszlo has formulated something to target all of the main eye concerns in one go - the Erno Laszlo Multi-Task Eye Serum Mask.
What does the Eye Serum Mask target?
With a high concentration of active ingredients, these under-eye sheet masks are a fantastic choice for someone who wants to add something that is not just effective, but also a lovely cooling treat for the delicate skin around the eyes.
Erno Laszlo has designed an easy to use eye mask that targets all of the most common eye concerns associated with ageing: