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Caring for your eyes 101

The beauty of a woman must be seen from in her eyes, because that is the doorway to her heart, the place where love resides

The skin under the eyes is considerably thinner than skin elsewhere on the body. It is much thinner than the skin on the rets of your face. Puffiness and dark circles in this area -- caused by lack of sleep, excessive drinking and even hereditary factors -- can age your face notably. Proper care can keep your eyes looking smooth and youthful by reducing the damage.

Keywords: protect, hydrate, repair, create a barrier.

Be gentle

Caring for the skin around your eyes requires being very gentle, because the skin on your eye area is 6-10 times thinner than other parts of your face. Avoid rough washing, rubbing and pulling the skin around your eyes, because it can have a negative impact on the structure of your skin.

Makeup removal

Remove makeup from your eyes gently. After applying a natural makeup removal product, use a soft cloth or cotton ball. Wash your face with warm water and limit the use of soap. Hot water dries out the skin, so be sure that it's lukewarm to warm.


Apply vitamin E oils or cream under your eyes daily to keep the skin moisturized to help reduce fine lines and wrinkles. Vitamin E helps protect your skin from UV rays.

Eye masks

A natural eye mask is full of super options to refresh and brighten your skin. This care is a great way to moisturize and calm down ultra thin and tender eye area. It is good to pamper the skin with masks which soothe and hydrate the neglected area. Use dedicated eye masks in your routine. Try to avoid using your face mask in your eye area.

Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate

Drink plenty of fluids throughout the day to keep your skin hydrated. Caffeinated beverages and alcohol dry out the skin and should be consumed in moderation.

Natural product to choose from

Look for formulas with a very rich emollient, like shea butter, and seek eye creams that contain hyaluronic acid, which draws in moisture. Retinol and vitamin C help build collagen (both ingredients are sensitive to light and air, so the cream should come in an opaque, airtight tube).

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