Did you know the eye area is the first area on your face that shows signs of aging and is a dead giveaway of your age? Those who take special care of their eye area age better than those who don’t.
In today’s video we go over how our eye area is different from other areas on our face and the main causes and solutions for eye area wrinkles. This video includes a giveaway where we will pick THREE winners to get a eye treatment product of their choice. Watch the video for more info, closes this Friday Feb 14th, 2014!
The eye area is often the first place where signs of aging appear on the face. One of the key ways you can tell the difference between a 30 something and 40 something is the appearance of their eye area. 40-somethings are a lot more likely to have fine lines and bags under the eyes – some will even have the beginnings of crow’s feet. So, if we want to keep your skin looking fresh and ageless, you will need to take special care of your eye area.
First, lets look at how the eye area is different from the rest of your face:
- It has virtually no sebacious glands, which makes it highly prone to dryness.
- It is much thinner and more sensitive than other facial skin.
- It overlies a particularly dense capillary network and has minimal fat padding, which makes the eye area prone to puffiness.
- It is stressed by frequent eye movements and squinting.
Because the eye area skin is particularly fragile it requires extra efforts for optimal protection and preservation. Here are some key things to remember when caring for the eye area: Read more