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Eye creams claim to treat a wide range of common skin care problems, such as puffiness, dark circles, wrinkles, and fine lines. But do they really work? The answer is not as simple as ‘yes’ or ‘no’. While there are some highly-effective eye creams on the market that help improve the appearance of skin around Anti-Aging Skin Care Essentials Apr / 10
There are thousands of anti-aging products on the market that promise to smooth wrinkles, speed up collagen production, and restore lost volume under the skin. Unfortunately, only a small fraction of these actually work to slow down the aging process. When shopping for anti-aging skin products, it’s important to find creams that have been proven Jun / 02
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Lack of shut-eye isn’t always to blame for dark eye circles. For many men and women, those bluish rings can surround the eyes even after a full eight hours of sleep. Dark circles and eye bags are often contributed to increased pigmentation, oxidation from damaged blood vessels, or genetics. If you’re tired of layering on Protect Your Eyes from the Sun May / 11
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Bright rays from the sun can be damaging to your eyes. In fact, research suggests that harmful UVA and UVB rays could be a contributing factor in many eye diseases. Protect your eyes and the delicate skin around them with a few simple tips. 1. Start Eye Protection Early in Life We receive an estimated Mar / 25
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Want to know the secret to a more youthful appearance? It’s using a good quality eye cream. The skin surrounding the eyes is thinner, fragile, and more prone to dryness than the skin on the rest of the face. It’s also the first area to show age and fatigue. Frequent facial movements like squinting can eye care Dec / 16
Most people associate dark circles underneath the eyes with lack of sleep. This can cause the problem but there are other causes too, which include: Heredity Too much alcohol Allergies Eczema Stress Fluid retention Age Skin pigmentation abnormalities Accumulation of blood vessel Some of these causes can be easily treated, such as getting more sleep Jul / 21
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The skin on the eyes are thinner than other areas of the face so it’s prone to wrinkles, sagging and volume loss. Everything slowly move downwards as collagen, elastin and volume decrease. Besides from wrinkles, pigmentation is also very evident because of accumulated sun damage, hormonal changes and leakage from fine blood vessels. This discoloration

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