Triple board-certified dermatologist, internist, and dermatopathologist (a.k.a. she specializes in diseases of the skin) Dr. Mamina Turegano’s favorite is Emepelle Eye Cream. We’ve never met a dermatologist who didn’t consistently emphasize how important it is to invest in a good eye cream.
“This eye cream checks all the boxes of what I look for in an eye cream: caffeine, peptides, antioxidants, humectants, and moisturizers,” she said. “But it also has a really cool technology called MEP technology [or Methyl Estraodiolpropanoate]. It is considered to be a NERA (Non-Hormonal Estrogen Receptor Aide) that works to non-hormonally help stimulate the estrogen receptor pathway in the skin.”
She continued, “In a clinical study published in the JDD, MEP was found to help increase fibroblast expressed receptors and promote significant visible improvements in skin dryness, laxity, atrophy, dullness, thickness, fine lines and erythema — all the issues that are apparent in estrogen deficient skin.”