Anti Aging Skin Care Tips For the Eye Area – Part 1
The forehead and eye area are the most common place to see wrinkles begin to form. They can make you look years older, so it’s important that you start preventing them as soon as possible. But what can you do to keep your eyes looking younger? Glad you asked!
1. Moisturize The Area
The wrinkles around the eyes actually begin to develop long before we are old, which is why it’s so important to start to moisturize at a very young age. As young as your early 20’s you should start to use a quality night cream that will hydrate and moisturize. By your 30’s these wrinkles are becoming more prominent and require more thought in order to find the moisturizing product that’s best for your skin.
2. Anti Aging Wrinkle Creams
There are excellent products on the market such as LifeCell that will help reduce your eye wrinkles. You should not have to wait months to see results. You should see some results almost instantly because the skin is hydrated. Then you should see long term results that actually repair the skin. Creams that stimulate collagen are great.
Cucumber will add moisture to the skin and thus reduce the fine lines by hydrating. Fresh cucumber is best. Cool and place on each eye for about 10 minutes. A cucumber mask is also very beneficial and it feels so refreshing to the entire face.
4. Sun Protection
One of the worst offenders for causing wrinkles is the sun. It’s important that you not only apply sunscreen to the entire face, but that you also wear sunglasses so you aren’t squinting. You should also wear a hat with a brim that protects your eyes.
5. Chamomile Tea
If you’re looking for natural, chamomile is as natural as it gets for reducing the signs of fine lines and wrinkles around the eye area. It can be a warm application of a chamomile tea or you can buy eye cream products that contain chamomile.
6. Potato Eye Masks
You might be surprised to discover that potato has excellent anti aging effects. It will give you an instant face lift reducing, even eliminating the fine wrinkles around the eye. And oh so cheap! Just cut a slice of potato for each eye and relax for 10 to 15 minutes.
Did you know that vitamins are really important to your skin and to reducing the signs of aging inside and out? The idea is that we get enough vitamins in our diet but that doesn’t always happen so taking a supplement ensures you get the vitamins and minerals you need.
8. Green Tea
Green tea is very good at stimulating collagen production and at reducing puffiness which makes your eyes look old. You can buy premade creams and moisturizers or you can simply use cool green tea and cotton swabs and then apply directly to your skin.
Taking care of the eye area and reducing fine lines and wrinkles isn’t that difficult after all. Now that you have some great ways to reduce those wrinkles why not get busy.