The eye doesn’t tell a lie, and the skin in that gentle zone requires genuine care. We believe there are ways to treat the under-eye area throughout the lifestyle we lead.

Below are our best tips on proven practices that increase the positive effects of eye creams, by strengthening the skin’s overall health.

 

1. Develop a morning routine

develop a morning routine

First, rinse the eyes immediately with warm water. While we are dreaming, our eyes are working to release harmful elements. That includes makeup remnants as well as tiny particles of dirt and traffic.

The sleep phase is the only moment when we keep the eyelids close, and this helps to create a suitable environment for the organism to clean itself. The trouble comes if we don’t wash straight away, as these elements start irritating.

That inflammatory process is slow, but the adverse effects accumulate in time. Warm water helps to dissolve the debris and dirt easy.

Then immediately rinse with cold water. The sudden change in temperature improves the blood circulation. Next thing to do is gulp of fresh air.

Just one minute of letting the eyes adjust by allowing them to make contact with oxygen and natural components.

That helps to increase the eyes immunity and resistance to bacteria. And consequently, aiding in the prevention of premature aging.

Then use the tip of the wedding finger to tap the skin under the eyes gently. Start from the inside and work your way to the temporal bone. Perform quick movements and don’t stay in one place for long. The point is to help the capillaries make blood transfer quick and easy.

 

2. Make a therapy with warm tea bags

Green tea is full of antioxidants to fight free radical damage. It can help to stimulate the firming of the skin because of the high Caffeine content.

Rooibos tea is rich in a component, called superoxide dismutase. That element can boost the production of healthy cells, consequently reducing the appearance of wrinkles.

Chamomile tea is treasured for its calming and soothing abilities. It aids in both relaxing the eyes and addressing puffiness.

White tea is one of the least processed. It helps to reduce inflammation and protect against oxidative stress to tone down dark circles.

Just boil the tea according to the instructions, then let it chill in the refrigerator for about twenty minutes. Wash the face with warm water and remove all traces of makeup.

Next, lie down and leave the tea bags on the eyes for another 20 minutes. Wash again, switching warm and cool water.

These rituals also increase the penetration and absorption of active ingredients to make the most of your cosmetical treatments.

 

3. Calm the eyes with cooling aloe vera

calm the eyes with cooling aloe vera

The numerous benefits of Aloe Vera for the skin and our whole body, keep expanding with the developing of science.

We find it incredible to have one of these natural antiseptics growing free in the comfort of our homes. It requires little watering and little overall care, though you can implement its fresh-squeezed gel in so many home-made remedies.

However, you can also find ready organic concoctions. Just soak a cotton pad with Aloe vera gel and put it in the freezer. Take it out after a half hour and perform slow circular movements all around the eye zone.

Do not press, just delicately massage for about a minute. Repeat the process in three to five sessions.

 

4. Find the most suitable anti-aging cream for your skin

While there is a variety of products, we recommend you to look for something that is exceptionally gentle. You can try to implement a good Korean eye cream for wrinkles. Korean cosmetics tailors their beauty lines specifically to address different issues and skin types.

Their formulations boast of botanical and fruit extracts, essential oils, and sometimes never-heard-before ingredients. We can rarely find such an abundance of herbs and precious oils in many Western cosmetics.

We highly appreciate the Korean approach and understanding of nature. They have put the world in an aww with their flawless, dollish complexion.

We believe the reason for that is the cosmetics they choose to imply are designed not to give temporary relief but provide healing and prevention of the very problem.

 

5. Always use a spatula to take out your eye cream

Eyes are easy to irritate and develop bacteria striving on the surface of the skin. It is significant to limit any chance of inflammation and prevent the microorganisms from invading the eye zone.

That’s why it is best always to use a spatula when dispensing an eye cream out of the container. Even though we think our hands are clean, millions of little germs are playing around.

Also, make sure to keep your eye cosmetics in the refrigerator, where the bacterial development is low to the minimum.

 

The Bottom Line

Just like everything in life, when we take proper care of the eyes, they will thank us for years ahead. It is beautiful to see the world around, and that’s why we believe the fragile eye zone deserves that we look after it with utmost diligence and love.

We are always looking for ways to support our inner glow and turn back the clock of time with a little help from nature and a pinch of beauty tricks.

 

Author Bio

This is a guest post by Hannah, the co-founder of Support Your Beauty. Her goal is to help her readers get the most out of all the most popular skincare products out there by being familiar with how each ingredient can impact one’s skin, hair, and general health. She believes that with a proper skincare regimen coupled with a smidge of makeup, anyone, no matter what age, race, or gender, can look and feel their best. Check out her latest beauty tips and tricks on SupportYourBeauty.com.