The skin around the eyes is very thin and delicate. It’s the first place where wrinkles will appear. Doctors call these lines at the corners of the eyes ‘crow’s feet.’ While our skin will eventually sag, whether we like it or not, a few good habits and treatments like facial injections can help slow down the signs of aging. Here are some great tips and fantastic offers.
Crow’s feet and the environment
Nearly 80% of premature skin aging is caused by sun exposure. Smoking, tanning, poor diet, pollution and daily use of heavy makeup can also damage the skin and inhibit the production of collagen (which keeps the skin supple and glowing).
Invest in good skincare
Good skincare products and skin treatments can help slow down aging. For example, invest in the best eye cream you can afford. Look for ingredients like glycolic acid and vitamin C, which helps eliminate dead skin cells and hasten the production of new skin cells.
You also need a good sunscreen that can help protect your skin from sun damage. Wear dark eyeglasses when you go out, and try to stay indoors when the sun is at its highest peak.
Take advantage of new technology
We’re very lucky—today’s non surgical skin treatments can dramatically improve the appearance of the skin. For example, facial injections can reduce lines on the forehead, mouth and the eyes. And this all happens in just 30 minutes, less than the time it takes to have a coffee and a sandwich at your favorite restaurant. And these ‘beauty miracles’: are more affordable than you think! Just Scour the web for fantastic offers on facial treatments.
Invest in reputable and dependable skincare
The area around the eye is very thin and sensitive, so beware of cheap products or questionable treatments that will only irritate the skin. Always double check if those fantastic offers are backed up by medical expertise and clinical trials. It’s true that you may have to pay a little higher, but your skin is worth the investment! Luckily many reputable clinics offer fantastic offers that are as kind to your pocket as they are to your skin,
Feed your skin
Crash diets deprive your body of skin-nourishing vitamins and minerals. Eat balanced meals, drink lots of fluids to stay hydrated all day, and if necessary, ask our doctor about supplements you may need.
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