What is Eye Cream?
The eye cream is a solution that one applies around the eye area. This usually takes place during the evening, as a part of one’s nightly skin care ritual. Eye creams have become an essential part of everyone’s daily skin care routine over the past several years. Studies have shown that the skin in the eye area is more delicate than the skin on the face, and is therefore more prone to wrinkles and other types of skin damage. Eye creams are meant to help keep the eye area moisturized and hydrated in order to prevent and control the signs of skin damage and aging.
Nobody is really sure why some women develop upper lip lines and others don’t.
However, one reason that is mentioned often by dermatologists and cosmetic surgeons is over-exposure to UV radiation and/or smoking and of course….aging.
Some people have even blamed upper lip waxing as a culprit. They suggest that this treatment pulls on the skin and may increases looseness.
While this has never been proven for sure.
In case you weren’t already aware, the benefits of exfoliating your skin are many!
There are so many excellent reasons to exfoliate your skin, from getting softer skin to getting the closest shave possible. Help your body get rid of dead skin cells and reveal softer, smoother skin so you can show off your best skin possible!
Beauty therapists such as Amanda know that keeping your skin well hydrated, will keep it more radiant and taught, since it’s less likely to become flaky or inflamed from extreme dryness. After many clients presented with cracked and dry skin Amanda realised that a multi-faceted approach was needed to combat aging and wrinkles for her clients, and began to research the best active ingredients to serve this purpose.
Anti Wrinkle creams are often targeted at people over 40 but now there are more and more brands designing anti-aging solutions to cater to those of you twenties and thirties. In this age bracket your skin enters a pre-aging stage. Depending on your lifestyle and other factors, you might start to notice fine lines around your eyes and mouth or dark spots and freckles from sun damage.
You may not be using enough.
Mineral sunscreens like zinc oxide and titanium dioxide are usually thicker in appearance, so you might think you are using enough when you’re actually not. Pay close attention when using any sunscreens to ensure you’re properly covered. The Skin Cancer Foundation says to apply 1 ounce every two hours. That means you should drain around half a bottle on a long beach day.