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The skin around the eyes is vulnerable to signs of aging, such as crow's feet, dark circles and sagging skin. The constant movement of the eyes can lead to the formation of lines and wrinkles. Dark circles and puffiness can occur when fluid gathers below the eye. Using an eye treatment or eye cream on a daily basis can help to hydrate and protect the fragile skin around the eyes.
Late nights or overindulgence in alcohol can contribute to dark circles or shadows under the eyes. Dark circles may become more pronounced as skin matures and becomes thinner. As the skin loses its thickness, the blood vessels that lie just below the skin can become more visible. Eye treatments that contain vitamin K and advanced peptides can help to strengthen and brighten the skin. Some eye treatments contain light diffusing pigments that help the skin appear more radiant.
Alternatively, you may wish to use a concealer to cover up dark circles under the eyes. You will find a wide range of concealers in a variety of shades, ensuring that you will find one to match your complexion.
The constant movement that takes place around the eyes makes the skin vulnerable to wrinkles. The eyes are extremely expressive and often crinkle when we smile or laugh, leading to the development of "laughter lines". Squinting in the sunshine can also cause skin to crease and wrinkle. As skin matures and levels of collagen and elastin fall, the skin loses its elasticity and is no longer able to spring back into shape after it has been stretched or creased. The "crow's feet" that develop at the corners of the eyes are one of the classic signs of aging. You can help to reduce the depth and severity of lines around the eyes by hydrating the skin. Eye creams, serums and gels that contain hyaluronic acid and ceramides can help to attract and lock in moisture. Ingredients such as retinol (a form of vitamin A), vitamin C and advanced peptides can stimulate collagen production, strengthening and protecting the delicate skin around the eyes.
The skin below the eyes can become puffy due to a build-up of fluid. This can result from a diet that is high in salt, sinus problems, lack of sleep or seasonal allergies. Eye treatments and creams can help to reduce puffiness by encouraging the microcirculation under the eyes. Advanced skin care ingredients, such as neuropeptides, penetrate the skin and encourage fluids to disperse. Ingredients, such as caffeine, can help to tighten the skin, reducing under-eye bags. Some eye treatments are delivered via a roller ball. The added massage helps to stimulate the circulation and improve the appearance of the eye area.
Because the eyes are extremely sensitive, skin care professionals recommend that you use gentle eye makeup remover or cleansers. Cleansers developed for the eye area contain ingredients that are potent enough to dissolve waterproof mascara and eye shadow pigments without irritating the delicate skin around the eyes.