If you want to prevent eye wrinkles, you need to start doing certain things, right away. If you are already seeing undereye wrinkles or tiny lines at the corners of your eyes, it’s not too late to repair the damage, but, once again, you need to get started today. Here’s what you need to do.
Let’s start with prevention. Prevention is important, no matter the quality of your skin’s health, today. If you don’t protect and improve it, you’ll be kicking yourself in a few years.
Sunglasses can help prevent eye wrinkles more than anything else. But, these tiny sunglasses that people are wearing today are merely a fashion statement. They do not provide adequate protection.
To prevent undereye wrinkles and crow’s feet, you need UV blocking sunglasses that are large enough to cover the area beneath and around the eyes. Basically, the larger they are, the better.
Many cosmetic manufacturers have taken to adding sun screening compounds to their product. This is a controversial subject that I could not possibly cover here completely, but I would recommend that you avoid the daily use of products with an SPF rating. We’re just not sure what those chemical compounds can do to the skin. The only compound that has been proven safe and effective is zinc oxide, but don’t get it too close to your eyes.
A Good Night’s Sleep
Bagging, dark circles and undereye wrinkles increase when a person does not get enough rest. Nighttime is repair time for the cells of the body. If you are not getting eight hours, then the repair work cannot be completed.
Help your skin repair itself by using a nourishing cream at night. Some of the best solutions for repairing and fading, as well as preventing eye wrinkles, are found in creams designed for bedtime.
Make sure that the cream is free of artificial preservatives and fragrances. These compounds cause allergic reactions, irritation, inflammation and will disturb your sleep.
Repairing Undereye wrinkles
Now, let’s get to “repairing” those eye wrinkles. How can that be accomplished? Safe and effective ingredients are the keys.
In clinical studies, specific compounds have been shown to reduce wrinkles, bags, dark circles and other signs of aging in the area around the eyes. The compounds are all natural extracts from plants, fruits and other botanicals. Nature provided everything that we needed. We just needed the scientists to put it all together for us.
Look for an ingredient called EYELISS; it is a patented protein peptide that has been shown to improve the appearance measurably after one to two months of use. These claims have been evaluated by industry regulating programs and found to be entirely justified.
The best cream that I have seen for undereye wrinkles combines EYELISS with Canadian Brown Algae Extract, coenzyme Q10, natural vitamin E and active Manuka honey. In order to repair and prevent damage caused by aging, including eye wrinkles, you need effective antioxidants and that’s what all of these ingredients actually are.