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Published on: 27 Feb 2017 by scott089
Skin can be tough to deal with. There are so many factors that affect the ways in which your skin behaves: conditions of the weather and surroundings, sleeplessness, diet, exercise, habits and lifestyle choices, UV exposure, your medications, and so on and so forth. That’s just the skin in general because when it comes to the skin around your eyes, the going gets tougher.
The tough get going
Skin around the eyes are so much more delicate than skin elsewhere in your body, and because of that, you may have been noticing fine lines and wrinkles appear around these areas. Perhaps the most difficult sight to bear is parallel lines on the outer corner of each eye. That can only be crow’s feet!
Don’t you ever feel depressed or intimidated by wrinkles again, after all, even General Douglas MacArthur once said, “Age wrinkles the body. Quitting wrinkles the soul.” Below are ways how to get rid of crow’s feet depending on how much time you got to vanish them.
For those times when you need an instant pick-me-up, follow these steps for a plumping skincare and makeup routine:
Step 1: Wash your face with a cleanser that contains alpha hydroxy acids. By cleansing well, you are helping your moisturizing products better penetrate your skin. The AHAs in the formulation will gently slough off impurities, including dead and damaged surface skin cells, sitting on your skin and tucked away inside your pores.
Step 2: Tone. Toning tightens your skin so that when it’s crow’s feet that you’re covering up for, toning is an absolute must.
Step 3: Layer ultra hydrating products. This step calls for a combination of lightweight, moderate and heavily formulated moisturizers applied in this order. You want a super concentrated hydrating formula like an ampoule or a serum closest to your skin. Follow through with an essence or lotion. End with a thick cream that absorbs easily and won’t make your makeup slip.
Step 4: Create a cover up. Whereas you needed heavy moisturizers, when it comes to the makeup part of the routine, that’s the least you’d want on your skin. Thicked coverups eventually make the lines and creases appear more prominently when the product begins to seep into your wrinkles. Instead, go for a cream-based product that is lightweight and that radiates backlight. The light particles make your skin appear brighter so that the shadows that make crow’s feet obvious also lighten up. Use concealer and bronzer sparingly.
Step 5: Stick to light eye makeup and don’t create any harshly defined lines. Dark eyeshadows and black eyeliners make you look older than you really are. Create a cream, nude shadow for your eyes. Use a white eyeliner to brighten your eye area. Open up your eyes with an eyelash extension.
For those times when you have a few days up to a few weeks to spare, follow these suggestions:
Option 1: Avail of non-invasive procedures. Your choices include laser light therapy, microdermabrasion or radio frequency therapy. Choose a treatment that brightens your skin or that gives you a professional grade exfoliation.
Option 2: Go in for a minimally invasive procedure. Only if you’re all for it, ask your skin specialist about collagen and hyaluronic acid dermal fillers or botox. It will cause your skin to become instantly plumped and lifted.
If you’re game to make long-term commitments, here’s how to get rid of crow’s feet:
1. Keep sun exposure to the bare minimum. That is, 15 minutes or under of early morning sunshine.
2. Eat a balanced diet combined with regular workouts. Boost cellular energy by doing these two on a regular basis. Make sure you’re getting more fresh veggies and fruits to help fuel skin cell moisturization and renewal.
3. Sleep earlier, wake up earlier. You must try to hit 7 to 8 hours of sleep night after night. Sleep allows your body to recover from damages.
4. Evaluate and adjust your skincare routine. This step includes a review of the products that you are applying to your skin. Always ask yourself, “Does this product complement my skin and my skin issues?”
5. Stop stressing out. Worry about the big things — the things that matter — more and practice to have less care over things that don’t matter so much as your life or death.
Crow’s feet problems? How much time have you got?