The Answer for Less Wrinkles in Problem Areas

The eyes are “windows to the soul”. Your eyes will reveal your true age. When your lover gazes into your eyes will he be noticing those wrinkles and dark circles? The answer: Always use an eye cream. This delicate area is the first place to show aging and also contains the fewest oil glands on the face. Daily use of an eye cream applied in a patting motion with your ring finger keeps this area moist and plump resulting in a lesser appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Be sure to avoid eye creams that contain Mineral Oil or Petroleum as these ingredients will weight down the skin tissue resulting in premature sagging of the skin.

We know that the reason for lines and wrinkles is from sun damage, but it’s also caused from facial expressions. Squinting, smiling, frowning and crying are sometimes the cause of crow’s feet around the eyes. You should avoid drinking your beverages through a straw. Drinking through a straw, forces you to have to purse your lips, which cause unnecessary wrinkles and lines around the mouth. If you’re concerned about lines and wrinkles, then drinking directly from the glass is a much better option.

Lip plumping formulations may lessen the appearance of the small lines and wrinkles around the mouth as a byproduct of making your lips appear fuller. The eye creams and serums on the market vary greatly in their effectiveness. Trial and error seems to be the only way to find the perfect match for your particular condition. It does take time for even the best topicals to evidence their results. Give products at least eight weeks before moving on to another. Also, combining products is tricky. Compatibility of ingredients is a science and most aestheticians and skin care professionals should be able to assist you in suggesting which products complement each other.


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