Moisturizer For Eyes
A basic moisturizer will work well as a hydrator for the eye area,
but if you want to do a little more (treat crow's feet, reduce
puffiness and dark circles), you'll have better results with a
moisturizer made specifically for the eyes.
Skin around the eyes is thinner than the skin on the rest of the
face so it is very sensitive. To avoid irritation, eye creams tend to
have lower levels of active ingredients. They also contain substances
not found in face creams - caffeine to reduce puffiness, vitamin K to
minimize dark circles, plus light diffusers and silicone derivatives to
plump up crow's feet.
So the bottom line is this: use eye moisturizers for your eyes!