You can reduce wrinkles under the eyes by regularly using a moisturiser and not washing around the eyes too frequently. Topical creams that contain alpha-hydroxy acids, retinoids, vitamin C or pentapeptides also help get rid of wrinkles under the eyes.
The regular application of a normal moisturizer keeps the skin around the eyes moist and nourished. This prevents the skin from stretching and drying. It also makes existing wrinkles less visible. Washing less frequently around the eyes allows the skin to retain its moisture and not have it stripped away by the chemicals in the soap, notes WebMD.
The application of a cream that contains alpha-hydroxy acid works to reduce wrinkles by removing the top layer of dead cells and by promoting the production of collagen, which provides elasticity to the skin. Retinoids, such as Retin A, smooth out fine lines and larger wrinkles. They even help to repair damage caused by the sun, according to WebMD. Studies conducted at Tulane University show that creams containing vitamin C boost collagen production, protect against sun damage from both UVA and UVB rays and improve problems with pigmentation. The vitamin C found in L-ascorbic acid is the best for anti-wrinkle treatment, according to WebMD.