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What is the Best Eye Wrinkle Treatment?

Tuesday, 19 Oct 2010 02:16 PM

Eye wrinkles are a common problem faced by most people. Eye wrinkles are one of the first signs of ageing to appear. Under-eye wrinkles can also be caused by our daily facial expressions. The skin near the eye area is extremely delicate and thin, and requires immense care. This area neither has oil glands nor an underlying fat layer to provide moisture, which makes it even more fragile. A hint of the appearance of wrinkles, puffiness, and dark circles makes the eyes look dreadful.

The following rituals can make antiwrinkle creams work more effectively, helping you get better and quicker results:
  • Following a skin care routine is a must to retain the youthfulness and health of your skin.
  • Getting enough sleep, healthy eating habits, and protecting the skin from the sun can significantly delay the appearance of wrinkles.
  • Applying a good antiwrinkle cream rejuvenates the skin and provides it with the required nutrients to help restore the suppleness and elasticity of the skin around your eyes. It moisturizes the skin and also helps minimize dark circles and puffy bags under the eyes.
Of course, finding a good antiwrinkle cream can be a difficult task, because most of them that claim miraculous results are nothing but a hoax. Also, it is not advisable to risk your skin by experimenting with a number of creams available on the market.
Here are a few points that you need to consider before choosing the best antiwrinkle cream for you:
  • Always check whether the product you plan to purchase is clinically formulated and tested.
  • Always opt for the cream that has natural ingredients because chemicals may harm your skin.
  • Make sure the antiwrinkle eye cream you choose is rich in antioxidants, because free radicals promote premature ageing.
  • Once you choose a cream that suits your skin, make it a habit of applying it on the area under your eyes twice a day. This should become a part of your daily skin care routine so that you see desired results. No product will prove effective if you do not apply it regularly.
  • Another method of removing wrinkles is surgical eye treatment. Though surgery gives instantaneous results, they are not permanent. Surgery can also be very expensive.

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