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Take Years off of the Skin around the Eyes

Updated on June 10, 2015

Take good care of the skin around the eyes

Use a combination of sunscreen and moisturizer for best results to remove dark circles around the eyes.
Use a combination of sunscreen and moisturizer for best results to remove dark circles around the eyes. | Source

Every face is different.

No one has a flawless face. The things in our face add to the character of each individual. Wrinkles are accepted easily by some and more difficulty is seen by others.

Eye dark circles are a concern for countless people and can be treated

The skin found around our eyes is extremely telling. Many people are willing to admit while the body looks young and the skin overall is healthy and beautiful there is something telling about this area of the body. The skin around the eyes reveals how old or young a person actually is. Therefore, it’s extremely important we keep this particular area of skin looking as wonderful and healthy as possible for as long as possible.

There are several factors affecting this area. There are more than a few things to do which reduce the damage or injury and help improve the health of this area.


The skin on this part of the face is extraordinarily sensitive. It is sensitive to a multitude of factors. Unlike other skin on our body it is never protected from weather. The sun, wind, cold and other extreme weather conditions all affect how good or how bad it looks. Make certain to take good care of it and do some things to counteract the negative effects of weather.

Use sunblock and moisture always. Whether the temperature is seventy degrees or seven degrees make certain to apply sunblock and moisturizers. The best moisturizers are those formulated specifically for this area or part of the face. It is not necessary to spend a lot of money to discover a great moisturizer or sunblock. Countless companies have made a combination of the two products to be used all year long. Using this as a preventative measure is capable of taking years off of the skin around the eyes.

Black circles under the eyes

Black circles or dark circles under the eye area are caused by one of two factors. Either genetics or not enough sleep are the issue. There is not very much an individual is capable of doing about genetics other than find the right make up to make these less noticeable. If these dark circles under the eyes are caused by lack of sleep be certain and get more sleep


Makeup for the eyes will wreak havoc with this hypersensitive skin. Wearing the right make up will make a difference. Products which are hypo allergenic are usually the gentlest and provide the least amount of wear and tear or damage to this area. Remove all make up on the face and especially around eyes every day to see a benefit.

Washing the face every day, twice per day is ideal. Use gentle motions. Small circular motions are ideal. Cleaning it daily removes any bacteria that makes it prone to blackouts and acne. Acne and blackouts are harmful and will hurt facial skin. Small circular motions increase circulation and oxygen to the skin making eyes look more youthful and rested.

Eye bags and puffiness

Puffiness and eye bags make eyes look terrible. These are usually cured by getting more sleep. A healthy diet and exercise also add to improved eye health. Not only will they look better, they feel better as well. If eyes are healthy so is the skin surrounding the area. Removing eye bags and puffiness is one of the leading causes of the skin around the eyes looking so much older.

Retinol and other products

Retinol products and other products that are proclaimed to make the skin look and feel younger can be dangerous for the skin around your eyes. Make certain if you are using any of these products you are care to read if they are safe to use for the skin around the eyes.


When the skin around the eyes look and feel healthy any individual looks younger and feels better about how they appear to the rest of the world. There are several things to do which also improve how eyes look.

Eating healthy is a great place to start to keep this area of skin safe from harsh weather. Whether the conditions are hot or cold, both extremes are unhealthy. Protection in the form of sunblock helps.

Make certain any cosmetics are washed off at each day and any products used in this area are formulated for this sensitive place on the face. One of easiest things to do along with eating healthy is getting enough sleep to make those eyes more beautiful.

An eyebrow makeover is a great place to start working on making the eyes look a little bit better.

Everyone will eventually get wrinkles. There are some getting more than others and genetics and environment both play a role.

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    • smcopywrite profile image

      smcopywrite 6 years ago from all over the web

      that is a good one rick. they arent sure if that is from the facial muscles that are moving when you smoke. the same muscles move over and over the same way-or from the toxins from the smoke to this sensitive area.

      thank you for your comment

    • rick combe profile image

      rick combe 6 years ago from USA

      Don't forget that smoking causes wrinkles on the skin around your eyes


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