Beautiful Eyes - If Eyes Are The Windows To The Soul -- What Do Yours Say About You?
Unfortunately with each passing birthday........The signs of aging and wrinkles takes it's toll on those pretty peepers.
So What Can You Do?
Well, depending on your age...................... You can try one or more of the following suggestions below.
Here is a quick summary:
Peptides and Retinols - Consider using intense anti-aging treatments that contain copper peptides and/or retinols to protect against wrinkle formation.
We like:Clinicians Complex Retinol Eye Cream
If you're over 35 years of age, you should be using a daily hydrating moisturizer. It will help improve the your look by plumping up fine lines.
Kill two birds with one stone: Use a hydrating, (non-greasy - don't want puffy eyes) moisturizer with SPF 15 or higher.
In a Hurry? Try a tinted moisturizer with SPF coverage. This one step will protect, hydrate, and cover imperfections with a beautiful sheer color. We like.....
Puffy, tired looking eyes? Try a firming serum that - as it dries and absorbs - contracts slightly to help tighten. This is a great option for baggy eyes!
Add to this a light hydrating cream that contains mica to brighten while reflecting light -- and you've created an optical illusion hiding imperfections.
Learn more and watch a video at the link below............
Yes. As we age, changes within the fat pockets in our face along with muscle atrophy - causes deep hollows under the eyes and droopy eyelids.
Both contribute to an older, tired look.
Face exercises can help strengthen facial muscles and give you a beautiful elegant look. If you're not sure, watch this video and guess how old this woman is:-)
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