4 Steps to reduce eye wrinkles

The eye area is one of the first regions of the face to show the signs of ageing. The skin around the eyes is deprived of oil glands and is very delicate and that’s why the skin doesn't have a protection against the environments influences and UV rays. Eye wrinkles are a common and highly visible sign of ageing. The lack of oil glands makes the skin around the eyes prone to dehydration and makes it easier for the wrinkles to form. Unfortunately many women forget to use special eye creams and the result isn't behind.


The hot sun during the summer and the bitter cold weather during the winter defeat the skin. The tiny lines around the eyes usually appear when we reach our late twenties. These lines gradually deepen over the years and become prominent, because the skin is the thinnest and most delicate in the entire body. The eyelid area is one of the most animated parts of the face with strong muscles creating multiple expressions.

The most common cause of wrinkles around the eyes is the tiny muscles next to our eyes, contracting as we change our facial expressions, but that doesn't mean that we should stop smiling.

The loss of elasticity also causes the formation of wrinkles. As we get older our skin loses its elasticity and produce less collagen under the skin. All of this makes the skin sag and wrinkle.

Step 1
Drink 8 to 10 eight-ounce glasses of water and take a multivitamin everyday. Getting the right balance of nutrients and hydration ensures healthy skin and can often help reduce the signs of damage such as wrinkles.

Step 2
Rub the core of a pineapple on eye wrinkles and leave on for 15 to 30 minutes. Pineapple contains bromelain, a naturally occurring AHA (alpha-hydroxy acid) shown to reduce fine lines and wrinkles.

Step 3
Apply a light layer of coconut or olive oil on eye wrinkles before heading to bed each night. The extra moisture found in these oils restores skins and prevents further wrinkles.

Step 4
Purchase a wrinkle-reducing cream from your local beauty or cosmetics store for everyday use. Look for one with extra moisturizers and BHAs (beta-hydroxy acids) or AHAs. When in doubt, speak to a dermatologist first to determine the right cream for your skin.

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