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Learn How to Naturally Build Collagen Below The Eyes

Updated on January 10, 2012
Eye Massage
Eye Massage

Collagen is a protein that naturally happens in the body and is present in bones, cartilage, skin and tendons. Collagen in a person's skin aids in holding it full and giving it a firm appearance; Nevertheless, collagen usually decreases as time passes, allowing the skin to start to show more sagging and wrinkles resulting in less rigidity. The area around the eyes is normally a typical space that is impacted by the reduction of collagen. Obscure circles, hollow eyes, wrinkles and fine lines are all indicators of collagen deficiency on this facial area. To help increase collagen beneath the eyes, there are a variety of issues that may be carried out without a cosmetic surgeon.

What You Can Do to Have Younger Eyes

Items You May Need:
· Tretinoin cream
· Vitamin supplements (with vitamin C, vitamin A, copper and amino acids)
Apply skin care products that have ingredients such as Retin-A, retinol or retinoids, also referred to as tretinoin. Retinol is the most natural kind of vitamin A, and it has a minute molecular composition that permits it to break through deep into the dermis where collagen is present. Retinol aids repair the epidermis and prompts the production of collagen.

Take vitamin supplements that contain vitamin C, amino acids and copper as a result of they play a key function within the production of collagen, in response to industry experts.

Massage the region beneath the eye through the use of a slight pressing, pinching and twisting movement, starting from the inner most eye area, close to the nostril, towards the outer fringe of the eye. This therapeutic massage motion assists in building up and thickening the skin by triggering collagen growth.

Discover How to Boost Collagen Growth with Foods

· Eat additional dark leafy green veggies, which comprise quite a few nutritional vitamins and minerals that raise skin's health along with general health. Attempt eating one serving with every meal, such as an omelet that contains spinach within the morning, a leafy green salad during lunch and collard greens with dinner with a view to assist in collagen production.

· Drink plenty of water. Ensure you are drinking the advised 8-to-10 glasses of water per day to sustain with the skin's suppleness, which as a result will aid assist the collagen production below your eyes.

Keep a usually healthy serving of vegetables, fruits and lean proteins equivalent to chicken or lean beef. Meals excessive in salt or fat, or those which were immensely processed, can age your outer skin and negatively affect your body. Attempt to have three or 4 servings of greens, fruit and one or two or proteins every day.

Steer clear of drinking large quantities of alcohol. So, no 3rd rounds or accepting drinks from strangers after you've had a couple. These can diminish collagen levels and make your skin grow older a lot faster. In case you do not wish to remove alcohol entirely, at a minimum limit your consumption.


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    • rajan jolly profile image

      Rajan Singh Jolly 

      5 years ago from From Mumbai, presently in Jalandhar,INDIA.

      This information is new to me. Getting the right nutrients is definitely one aspect of maintaining and keeping the production of collagen up to optimum. Thanks.

    • susiebrown48 profile image

      susiebrown48 

      6 years ago from Clearwater, FL

      Love the sage advice and the massage video was a nice touch! Voted up and Useful!

    • jcales profile imageAUTHOR

      jcales 

      6 years ago

      Unfortunately we pay attention to more as we age. I like the natural way and appreciate any other organic methods.

      Thanks

    • nanospeck profile image

      Akhil Anil 

      6 years ago

      I never knew about collagen before reading this article :P . Thanks a lot! Votes up !!

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