Tips for Taking Care of the Delicate Skin around Your Eyes ...


Tips for Taking Care of the Delicate Skin around Your Eyes ...
Tips for Taking Care of the Delicate Skin around Your Eyes ...

The skin around your eyes is delicate and sensitive. It is one of the first areas to show signs of stress (dark circles) and aging (wrinkles). You should pay a little more attention to this area, rather than just think your regular facial skincare routine will take care of it.

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Avoid ‘Special Ingredients’

Avoid ‘Special Ingredients’ One of the best skincare tips for the eye area is to avoid products that boast a high number of ‘special’ ingredients. Ignore products that are stated to contain things like oils because they can clog the glands around the eyes. You should ideally be looking for products that contain retinol, caffeine, ceramides or peptides.


Be Gentle

Be Gentle The area around your eyes is already an incredibly sensitive skin area due to its thinness; it’s actually 6 to 10 times thinner than the skin on the rest of your face! Whichever products you decide to use, make sure that you apply and treat the areas with great care in order to avoid causing unnecessary irritation before the products even have a chance to work for you. Avoid pulling and stretching the skin when you use the products.


Reconsider Waxing

Reconsider Waxing Many women like to partake in eyebrow waxing, but the procedure can actually have rather damaging effects on the top layer of skin around your eyelids. It might be a much slower and more painstaking process, but if you want to ensure the skin around your eyes stays as healthy as it can be, then you might want to turn back to the old fashioned way of tweezing!


Use Separate Product

Use Separate Product As we have already discussed that the skin around your eyes can be up to 10 times thinner and sensitive than the rest of your face, wouldn’t it make perfect sense to choose to use a different, more dedicated product for this specific area? Experts agree that generic face wash can be way too harsh for the eye area, so browse the cosmetic and face care aisles and treat yourself a more gentle solution that is specifically for your eye area.



Sunscreen It might seem obvious, but during the summer months you would be surprised by the amount of people that put sunscreen on the cheeks and foreheads and miss out their eye area completely. Due to its sensitive nature, this area needs more protection from the sun that any other part of your face, so remember to apply sunscreen along with the rest when the sun comes out.



Massage You would be surprised by just how effective a light massage can be on various skin issues and problems; massage isn’t just for the muscles underneath your skin! Regular face massages can be really helpful with reducing dark circles and puffiness around the eye area, leading to an overall better appearance and nicer feeling skin.


Pads and Masks

Pads and Masks The industry of facemasks and eye pads is huge sub sector within cosmetics, and that is for the simple fact that a lot of them really do help to make you look and feel better. These products are especially great for giving a big moisturizing boost to the eye area, and this is vital when dry skin is such a common problem that women complain about when talking about this area of their face.

Do you pay as much attention to your eye area as you should?

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Great tips. Thank you.

Thank you. 

Kris you're such a troll. I hope you make a New Year's resolution to actually say something nice or helpful. 

Adding ANYTHING too close to the eyes is NEVER a good idea...unless, of course, you want to break out in a raging case of pink eye or worse. EVERY product I've ever seen SPECIFICALLY STATES: KEEP AWAY FROM EYES. Maybe do your research before pretending to know all about eye care??


You are right @totAlblondie128. There are products specifically for the eye area. What world are you living at @Kris?

I use coconut oil. It has made a huge difference.

@Kris Or just buy products dedicated to eye care?? There are such products, you know, and I'm pretty sure that those products are meant to be near eyes. But what do I know?

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