Reverse the signs of aging around your eyes
- Delicate skin around the eyes need to be treated with products that are gentle enough.
- Moisturising with the right cream can erase fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes.
- Drinking sufficient water may help to reduce water retention, and the appearance of puffy eyes.
The skin around our eyes is only 1/9 the thickness of the skin on the rest of our body, making it more prone to external damage. The delicate skin of that area is also the reason why the first signs of aging usually appear around our eyes. But how do we get rid of them?
There are special creams and serums formulated specifically for the skin around the eyes. These solutions contain ingredients that will not trigger sensitivity like redness, or tearing.
Some solutions that will address your specific skin concerns:
Fine lines that appear around our eyes – like frown lines, crow’s feet, or wrinkles – are one of the first signs of aging to appear on our face.
Applying anti-aging creams formulated for the eye area can help prevent them from developing into deeper, premature wrinkles. Look for products with moisturizing ingredients, such as Pond’s Age Miracle to help stimulate cell renewal and plump up your skin’s support structure on the inside, to smoothen out the fine lines that appear on the outside.
Puffy eyes are a result of poor blood circulation around the eyes and water retention. So avoid salty foods and drink enough water. These things may help to reduce the water retention and the overall puffed-up appearance.
Sleeping with your head slightly elevated also helps to avoid the fluid build-up overnight. Splashing cold water onto the skin around your eyes can also help reduce the swelling.
Sufficient sleep can help reduce dark circles, or pigmentation under your eyes. It also helps if you use products that include anti-aging actives in the list of ingredients, like Pond’s Dual Action Eye Cream which contains CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid).
Signs of aging are not limited to the area around your eyes. In fact, the signs of aging can also appear as wrinkles on other parts of your face.