Did you know that the skin around the eye area is one of the first areas to show signs of aging? In fact the skin around the eye area is 0.55 mm – that’s thinner than a sheet of paper. Some of the common concerns we see are fine lines, wrinkles, puffiness and dark circles.
I’m Lauren Streeter, licensed esthetician and Global Education Leader at Repêchage and today I want to share with you some tips on treating the delicate eye area, especially during the summer months.
Most importantly, make sure you remove your eye makeup at night. Utilize the Opti-Cleanse. This non oily eye makeup remover is fantastic to remove mascara, eye liner and eye shadow.
During the day, to help with the dark circles, fine lines, wrinkles and the puffiness, why not try the brand new Biolight Frost Bright Eye Contour Gel. It has this great cooling ingredient that is beautiful during the summer to instantly refresh tired eyes, along with ingredients like Bellis Daisy extract and Licorice Root to help with the dark circles. There is a shot of caffeine also to help with the puffiness and for those fine lines and wrinkles lack of sleep, we are utilizing a powerful combination of peptides called Matrixyl 3000.
At night or in the morning why not give your eyes a little mini vacation. Eye Rescue Pads, are saturated in a blend of teas, seaweed, aloe, cucumber and they instantly de-puff and de-stress eyes. One of my favorite things to do is in the morning, when my alarm goes off, I take my Eye Rescue Pads, put them on my eyes, and I hit the snooze button. Within 5 minutes I am refreshed, revived and ready to take on the day.
These are a few of my tips to make sure that you take care of the delicate eye area, but also, don’t forget to protect your eyes during the summer time – so find your favorite pair of shades, and rock them!
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*This blog is for informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice, treatment or diagnosis. Always seek the advice of your doctor or health provider with any questions or concerns you may have about a medical condition.