What is an Organic Cream?

Natural or organic eye cream is made of nutrients extracted from healthy food fruits, vegetables and nuts. The only difference between natural and organic eye cream is that the latter is usually more expensive. Nevertheless, both share the same function in improving the condition of your skin around and under the eye area, nourishing your skin with anti-oxidant protection, tightening the target area towards revitalization.

There is a growing awareness and demand for anything natural and organic in the market today.  Numerous natural and organic eye cream product innovations are presented in the market every so often that you will find yourself having a difficult time choosing the right product. Have you heard of the organic coffee bean eye cream? Caffeine can de-puff and reduce swelling of the eyes while increasing blood circulation to alleviate and brighten dark circles under the eyes. This organic eye cream is formulated with potent anti-aging vitamins, anti-oxidants and nourishing blackcurrant oil. It carries no petrochemicals, artificial fragrances and other toxins. It is 100% pure organic eye cream worth trying out. The aroma makes you feel like on a break with a cup of your favorite brewed coffee.

Natural Organic EyeCream Ingredients

When choosing natural organic eye cream, always check out the labels of products with natural ingredients.

The harsh reality that everyone in this world faces is that all mortals, at one point in time, will rejoin our Creator.  It is impossible to stop the aging process completely but we find consolation in believing that the process can be slowed down with the aid of anti-aging products.

A good natural organic eye cream must have anti-oxidants which could slow down the aging process.  Other natural ingredients used in natural organic eye cream are nuts, mineral oils, herbs, fruits and leafy vegetables.

Foods rich in Antioxidants

(source. Wikipedia)

  • Vitamin A (retinol), also synthesized by the body from beta-carotene, protects dark green, yellow and orange vegetables and fruits from solar radiation damage, and is thought to play a similar role in the human body. Carrots, squash, broccoli, sweet potatoes, tomatoes (which gain their color from the compound lycopene), kale, mangoes, oranges, seabuckthorn berries, wolfberries (goji), collards, cantaloupe, peaches and apricots are particularly rich sources of beta-carotene, the major provitamin A carotenoid.
  • Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) is a water-soluble compound that fulfills several roles in living systems. Important sources include citrus fruits (such as oranges, sweet lime, etc.), green peppers, broccoli, green leafy vegetables, black currants, strawberries, blueberries, seabuckthorn, raw cabbage and tomatoes.
  • Vitamin E, including tocotrienol and tocopherol, is fat soluble and protects lipids. Sources include wheat germ, seabuckthorn, nuts, seeds, whole grains, green leafy vegetables, kiwifruit, vegetable oil, and fish-liver oil.
  • Coenzyme Q10
  • Manganese, particularly when in its +2 valence state as part of the enzyme called superoxide dismutase
  • Iodide
  • Hormones
  • Melatonin
  • Astaxanthin – found naturally in red algae and animals higher in the marine food chain. It is a red pigment familiarly recognized in crustacean shells and salmon flesh/roe.
  • Beta-carotene – found in high concentrations in butternut squash, carrots, orange bell peppers, pumpkins, and sweet potatoes.
  • Canthaxanthin
  • Lutein – found in high concentration in spinach, kiwifruit and red peppers.
  • Lycopene – found in high concentration in ripe red tomatoes and watermelons.
  • Zeaxanthin – the main pigment found in yellow corn. It is also abundant in kiwifruit.
  • Flavonoids, a subset of polyphenol antioxidants, are present in many berries, as well as in coffee and tea.
  • Myricetin - walnuts are a rich source
  • Proanthocyanidins, or condensed tannins
  • Quercetin and related, such as rutin
  • Isoflavone phytoestrogens – found primarily in soy, peanuts
  • Resveratrol – found in the skins of dark-colored grapes, and concentrated in red wine.
  • Pterostilbene – methoxylated analogue of resveratrol, abundant in Vaccinium berries
  • Chicoric acid – another caffeic acid derivative, is found only in the popular medicinal herb Echinacea purpurea.
  • Chlorogenic acid – found in high concentration in coffee (more concentrated in robusta than arabica beans), blueberries and tomatoes. Produced from esterification of caffeic acid.
  • Cinnamic acid and its derivatives, such as ferulic acid – found in seeds of plants such as in brown rice, whole wheat and oats, as well as in coffee, apple, artichoke, peanut, orange and pineapple.
  • Ellagic acid – found in high concentration in raspberry and strawberry, and in ester form in red wine tannins.
  • Spices, herbs, essential oils and cocoa are rich in antioxidant properties in the plant itself and in vitro, but the serving size is too small to supply antioxidants via the diet. Typical spices high in antioxidants  are clove, cinnamon, oregano, turmeric, cumin, parsley, basil, curry powder, mustard seed, ginger, pepper, chili powder, paprika, garlic, coriander, onion and cardamom. Typical herbs are sage, thyme, marjoram, tarragon, peppermint, oregano, savory, basil and dill weed.
  • Dried fruits are a good source of antioxidants by weight/serving size as the water has been removed making the ratio of antioxidants higher. Typical dried fruits are pears, apples, plums, peaches, raisins, figs and dates. Dried raisins are high in polyphenol count. Red wine is high in total polyphenol count which supplies antioxidant quality which is unlikely to be conserved following digestion
  • Deeply pigmented fruits like cranberries, blueberries, plums, blackberries, raspberries, strawberries, blackcurrants, figs, cherries, guava, oranges, mango, grape juice and pomegranate juice

Importance of Using Natural Organic Eye Cream

If you were given one wish that may be granted by a whish of a wand, what would you wish for? Bet it is revitalizing your youthful charms. Natural organic eye cream can grant that wish and more!

The skin area in around your eyes is the most delicate and susceptible to damage. It is also where you see the first signs of aging- fine lines, crow’s feet, dark circles and puffiness- all inevitable and beyond your control. This is when natural organic eye cream comes in to help you prevent and slowdown the appearance of those dreaded telltale signs of aging.