Slowing Down the Signs of Aging - The skin around the eyes is often one of the first places people show signs of aging. In part, that is because the skin is thin. It also does not have the same amount of fat or soft tissue that other parts of your face have. Because it is delicate and lacks the supporting elements, such as fat, it is susceptible to lines, wrinkles, and a loss of volume.
Crow’s Feet - Crow’s feet are the small wrinkles we get at the corners of our eyes when we smile. Using SPF 45 sunscreen every day may help slow the formation of crow’s feet. Using a hydrating cream will most likely not get rid of lines, but it may help diminish the appearance. ResurFX by Lumenis or even Optilight dry eye treatments which uses the power of IPL laser to induce collagen and elastin build in the treatment area, and is FDA proven to reduce and remove the symptoms of dry eye.
Although we cannot turn back time, we can take steps to slow the signs of aging and keep the skin around our eyes as healthy as possible.
Consider the following suggestions:
-Get enough sleep, which helps your skin repair itself.
-Drink plenty of water to keep the skin well-hydrated.
-Eat a healthy diet high in antioxidant foods, such as fruits and veggies, to help maintain skin elasticity. Adding supplements such as Hydroeye by Scienced Based Health may also help.
-Don’t smoke since smoking can damage skin and speed the formation of wrinkles.
-Use a hydrator that helps plump the skin around the eyes to improve the appearance of lines.