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How to Reduce Wrinkles Around Eyes ?

Updated on May 2, 2012

Normally eye wrinkle is considered as the sign of skin aging and once its started to appear on the face, it will effect mental and physical health of a person. But there is no need of getting down of our mood or energy only due to this small problem. There are some simple ways to prevent and reduce eye wrinkles

Tips to Cure Wrinkles Around Eyes

• Massaging coconut oil into the area of your skin that is wrinkled, under the eye, will be effective. Do this before bed each night to see improvement.

• Shredded ginger mixed with a bit of honey can be eaten to help improve the skin’s wrinkles and reduce the signs of aging.

• Pineapple rubbed into the skin and allowed to sit on the skin for several minutes may help to reduce how noticeable wrinkles can be.

• A less than sweet smelling remedy for eye wrinkles is to place sardines under the eyes for ten to fifteen minutes. Not for those that are faint of fishy smells, but it is supposed to help rather quickly as well.

* Banish those unsightly under eye creases and folds with a good eight hours of sleep and experience the difference. Lack of sleep often results in tired, older looking you. To get rid of this aging agony, plunk yourself in the bed and enjoy eight-hours of luxurious slumber every night.

* Nothing can beat the annoying signs of aging out of you like eight glasses of water every day. Water hydrates the skin, keeping it soft, supple and younger looking for long. Revamp your skin and get rid of those fine lines with water. Just grab a gallon and guzzle it at any time of day to keep the wrinkles away.

* Sun damages the skin and speeds up aging like nothing else. Apply sunscreen 30 minutes, before you leave the house.

* One of the best known quick-fixes to deal with your haggard looking, wrinkled eye is cucumber. Cucumber is known to relax and prep up dull looking peepers. Just before you dash out for an important meeting, don’t forget to treat your eyes to two fresh slices of cucumber and enjoy the eye-lift.

* Moisturize your skin religiously to keep the wrinkles at bay. It is better if you pick up this habit early on since moisturizing is known to make the skin firmer and suppler. So, apply it on your skin at bedtime to feel the difference.

* Believe it or not, exercise helps to keep those signs of aging away. It contributes to glowing skin and keeps the wrinkles at bay. Just try aerobics or yoga and experience the new boost. You can also indulge into the goodness of facial yoga or facial exercises to feel and look better.

Now you can closely check out the points mentioned above and choose some tips which suite to your skin. By following this tips, you will be able to identify the cause of your eye wrinkles and render the correct treatment. Hope the explained information turn out to be useful and helpful . Thank you.


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    • mkrandhawa profile image


      7 years ago from India

      great hub

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      7 years ago

      good info in this article

    • crystolite profile image


      7 years ago from Houston TX

      Nice article with perfect write up on what i have being longing for.Thanks for sharing this interesting article.

    • Madurai profile image


      7 years ago from Online

      great tips and essential for the youngster girls who wants to look attractive..


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