December 2, 2013
Dark circles can develop at an early age, like adolescence and early 20s, although it is more common in older people. The way to prevent dark circles is to have a nutritious and balanced diet, including fresh fruits, salads, yogurt and sprouts in your daily diet, along with unprocessed cereals, skimmed milk, cottage cheese, lentils and beans. The skin around the eyes is very delicate and thinner than most other areas of the face. It has no oil glands and has a fine texture. This area requires special care and reflects neglect, abuse, aging. stress, internal health and lifestyle very easily. In fact, dark circles can also develop due to hereditary factors, lack of sleep, illness and nutritional deficiencies. Therefore, along with external treatments it is advisable to take these aspects into consideration in order to establish the cause and bring about the necessary changes.
Daily exercise, along with deep breathing, helps blood circulation, oxygenation and control of stress. Adequate sleep and relaxation are very important.
Gentle movements and a light touch are essential while handling the area, to remove make up or apply creams. It is better not to massage the area, so that the skin does not get pulled or stretched in any way.
Any massage of the area should be done during a professional facial, so that correct techniques are employed. A cleansing gel or cream should be used to remove make-up, using moist cotton wool. Gels and creams help to dissolve make up and grime and thus facilitate their removal.
Eye fatigue can also be diminished with washing. Wash your eyes with warm water and follow this with cold water. This improves blood circulation to the eyes and soothes them. It also cleanses the eyes and relieves congestion.
Treating dark circles is a combined effort of a healthy lifestyle and the right topical products. The reason why people choose Easy Eye Solutions is because they are effective and produce long term results. They are gentle and natural.