A good hydrating moisturizer goes a long way in keeping the skin around the eyes well-nourished and healthy, and should always be a part of your eye care routine.
Even though moisturizers with a SPF formula are available, it is recommended to opt for a separate sunscreen as the skin around your eyes is twice as sensitive compared to the rest of your face.
There’s no denying the beauty of eye makeup, but if not removed properly, it causes more harm than good. Most makeup removers are too harsh for this part of your face and can lead to irritation and dryness. Instead of chemicals, opt for baby oil, or olive oil as a gentler (and more nourishing) alternative to removing your eye makeup.
Lastly but most importantly, a good sleep (in terms of quality of sleep, and not just number of hours clocked in),staying hydrated, and regulating salt in your diet are all key factors in a successful reduction of wrinkles and eye bags.