Skin around the eyes is thinner and more sensitive than other
places on the body. Wrinkles, puffiness and dark circles around the eyes may
cause skin aging prematurely. To help reduce the signs of aging around the
eyes, keep skin moisture well and use the products intended for sensitive skin.
Because the exposure to sunlight can cause wrinkles, do skin protection
measures before going out.
Skin around the eyes is thinner and
more sensitive than other places on the body
Things you will need
Apply moisturizer around the eyes every day. Use a type of cream
designed to sensitive skin around the eyes. Such products usually contain alpha
hydroxyl acids, which may help slow the development of wrinkles around her
eyes, often called crow's feet.
Apply moisturizer around the eyes
Reduce exposing your face to the sunlight as much as possible. If you
cannot stay in the house at the sunniest time of the day, wear a wide-brimmed
hat and sunglasses to protect the eyes.
Apply sunscreen to the face and the area around eyes. Avoid letting eyes
contact with sunscreen. You can also use cosmetics containing sunscreen.
Experts suggest reapply sunscreen after 2 hours exposing to the sunlight, and
reapply often if you are swimming or sweating a lot.
Quit smoking. Smoking causes the skin around the eyes easy to wrinkle
and make wrinkles deeper. The squint while smoking can also cause wrinkles
puffiness can often make your skin look older than usual. Experts suggest
putting a slice of cucumber on the eyes, or a cotton ball dipped milk. These
home treatments can help reduce swelling and dark circles.