Get the Skin-E on the skin around your eyes!
This is the thinnest skin on your body. Here on some tips on how to care for it.
2. Squinting causes wrinkles or “crows feet” around the eyes. Reduce this by wearing sunglasses and getting your eyes checked regularly to make sure you don’t need vision correction.
3. Avoid rubbing or scratching. Got allergies or dry eyes? See your primary care physician, allergist, or ophthalmologist for a plan to reduce your symptoms.
4. Puffy or dark circles gotcha down?
Do an assessment. Have you always had these signs? Does it run in your family? It may be genetic.
Check your sleep routine or create one.
Use an eye cream made with caffeine for puffiness.
Grab your water! Dehydration can show in the skin around your eyes.