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Tips For Wrinkle Reduction Under Eyes

Updated on July 9, 2011

Wrinkle reduction around eyes can be easily done by following a daily routine which is fast and simple. For most of us, the first real sign of fine lines on the face appears around our eyes, commonly known as crows feet.

The skin found on the face is very delicate and sensitive to harsh components. Many of the ingredients in anti wrinkle cream contain a lot of chemicals and do not actually help reduce your wrinkles and fine lines on your face.

Using natural products that contain no chemicals will give you far more better results than other well known brands on the market today. You can also watch your water intake, try drinking at least 8 glasses of water a day and use a moisturizer that is not harsh on your skin and does not give you any skin reactions.

Wrinkle Reduction Under Eyes
Wrinkle Reduction Under Eyes

Many natural ingredients found today have shown to be very effective regarding wrinkles and fine lines on the face. A lot of these natural ingredients contain mineral supplements, which can be found at any health food store. Ingredients which can be found are:

Co enzyme Q10.

Co enzyme Q10 can be absorbed into the skin quite deeply and is why it is an important ingredient in many anti wrinkle products. You can also find this in supplement form and also wrinkle creams.

Phytessence Wakame.

Phytessence Wakame is commonly found from the Japanese sea kelp. It is effective in helping your skin keep its elasticity and give you are more youthful appearance.

Retin A

Retin A can give you a more youthful look and can minimize wrinkles and fine lines on the face.

CynergyTK TM

CynergyTK TM can firm the skin and can reduce signs of aging. This is an important ingredient when it comes to any anti wrinkle product.

Here are a few other tips for wrinkle reduction around the eyes :

  • When out in the sun, always wear protective eye wear such as sun glasses. This will prevent you from squinting and reduce crows feet around the eyes.
  • When purchasing sunscreen, check the ingredients at the back and make sure it contains SPF 15+, which will give you longer protection against the UV rays.
  • After using cleansing and toning products always use a moisturizer, as these products can dry out your skin.
  • Try to stick to a diet that is high in anti oxidants which will promote growing of skin cells.

By looking after your skin daily and taking natural supplements, you will see an improvement in your skin, especially around the eyes.


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    • Jayne Lancer profile image

      Jayne Lancer 

      8 years ago from West London, UK

      Good advice.

      Sun is our skin's worst enemy, and we should always take precautions. Unfortunately, many of us don't do this until the lines are actually there, which is too late.

      Enjoyed the read!


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