You have heard many quotes about the importance of the eyes,
The eyes are the window to the soul.
The face is the mirror of the mind, and the eyes, without a word, confess the secrets of the heart.
Let my soul smile through my heart, and my heart smile through my eyes so that I can dissipate rich smiles in sad hearts.
We look into each other's eyes for important information. The eyes are especially important, as is the skin around the eyes. Bags, puffiness, dark circles, dull skin and crow's feet can be distracting. The skin around the eyes is also uniquely thin.
The disadvantage of the delicate nature of the skin around the eyes is that it is prone to early wear. It also shows our inner vitality – either its absence, for example, recessed orbits and pale dull skin when we are sick, or bright and radiant skin, when we have a good rest and are full of energy.
There is a possibility. The delicate skin around the eyes penetrates the skin more easily thanks to the active ingredients. In fact, many anti-aging skin care studies use this area for precisely this fact.
When they ask me a dermatologist: "Do you really need eye cream?"
The answer is "Yes" if you want to get the highest possible skin.
Spread the concentration limits of active substances, but do not exceed them until irritation. Use assets that specifically target the unique problems of the periorbital area, such as puffiness and dark circles.
I'm a fan of eye creams. See what I use every day and why in my last video below:
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