Do you have Ageing Eyes? Dark circles and bags beneath, and crows feet in the corner?
It’s probably your wild living that scores please, especially the crows feet. If you hadn’t smiled so much during your life you probably wouldn’t have this problem today! Going out in daylight hasn’t helped the situation either!
Well, most of us live in the real world and ageing eyes, crows feet etc are more than likely to appear whether we take precautions or not. My advice is; live your life to the full but take some minor precautions such as; staying hydrated by drinking plenty of water, using a sunblock, and finish off by always using a good moisturiser.
Where does that leave us when, in our early 40s, we start to notice the early signs of ageing eyes. A few wrinkles creeping into the corners of our eyes and a slight puffiness just below or eyes. Is that it? No matter what we do from now on, people will guess our true age by just looking at us straight in the eyes!
All Are Crows Feet?
As we all age changes are happening all the time in our body and, like any finely tuned engine, parts start to wear. Every time we smile creases, or temporary wrinkles, will be formed on our face especially at the corner of our eyes.
In our younger years there is masses of collagen in our skin also our skin has lots of elasticity. This means that our skin, although increasing during a smile, will return to its original smoothness once the smile ceases.
Unfortunately as we age the amount of collagen decreases and also the elasticity of our skin is reduced. This means that more and more, when we smile, the skin will struggle to regain its original state until the time comes when the so-called laugh lines, or crows feet fail to disappear and become a permanent feature. And so we have ageing eyes!
At this point I lots of people turned to surgery or Botox. Surgery is becoming an outdated procedure due to the fantastic range of non-invasive products on the market today. Botox, although can deliver good results, is only really a temporary measure and has to be repeated time and time again.
So, what about this range of non-invasive products? There certainly is a huge selection to choose from and you should take some time when deciding which is the best product for you.
In the case of ageing eyes and crows feet etc I would recommend that you consider Kollagen Intensiv or Eyelasticity by Skinception. Which product you choose will depend upon whether or not your problem is just ageing eyes or a general ageing of the skin.