Take Care of Your Under Eye Area
Noticed a couple of crow’s feet around the eyes? Have your dark circles become worse? Continuing to neglect the problems can cause further damage to your skin. Even if you don’t have much time on your hands to invest in a skincare routine, you can follow these steps to beat the telltale signs of aging and other issues under the eye area.
Oil glands become less active as you age, which is why moisturizing on a regular basis is a must to minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. The simple act of switching your normal face cream for a richer one will help trap water against the skin, pumping up those deep crevices. For those with oily skin, you can opt for oil-free moisturizers.
Focus on what you eat
The skin is the body's largest organ, which is why your diet directly affects how you visibly age. Eat plenty of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. Ideally they should come from natural sources, including olive oil, ground flaxseed, and fish such as salmon. Fish-oil supplements are another source of these important fats, which help protect the moisture barrier. Take a vitamin D supplement – the body can’t synthesize it naturally. Count green tea and coffee in your daily total, but go easy on the alcohol. Don’t forget to hydrate through the day – 6 to 8 glasses of water is a must.
Use an under eye cream
Aging isn’t the only cause for dark circles, wrinkles or puffiness. It can occur due to squinting and daily eye movement as well. Our Retinol Concentrated Eye Cream can help to deal with such signs of fatigue.
Even if you have had the worst the day possible, and the under eye area is looking tired and fatigued, the Retinol Concentrated Eye Cream will ensure the tiredness seeps away quickly. The weary under-eye skin will look plump, bright, and well-rested. It has Royal Jelly extract that soothes inflammation and acts as an antioxidant by neutralizing damage caused due to free radicals. It penetrates deep within the skin to nourish and heal. Moreover, the cream contains Squalane, which is a naturally-occurring fatty molecule found in the skin – it supports and strengthens the moisture barrier of the skin, and keeps it hydrated. As a result of which, the skin looks bright, refreshed, and vibrant.
Don’t forget sunscreen
If you work from home, then you won’t need to worry about excessive exposure to the sun, but for those who step out, the last step in your skincare routine should be to apply a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30 or higher. Sunlight causes extensive damage to skin, and causes wrinkles and lines to appear around the eye. You should also wear sunglasses that block UV rays.
Use the cream on a daily basis before retiring for the night, and soon you will notice the difference. The skin around the eyes becomes firmer, while dark circles gradually fade and disappear. Give it a try and see!