The skin around the eyes is delicate and very sensitive. Dry cold weather or high temperatures, improper care, unhe althy diet, poor-quality cosmetics and makeup, as well as some skin conditions, can lead to its dryness. In case of obvious dermatological problems, consultation with a specialist should not be delayed. But how can we nourish the dry skin around the eyes in other cases? To also reduce the appearance of wrinkles?
Aloe Vera Gel
Aloe vera is great for hydrating and moisturizing dry skin all over the face. It is believed to help collagen synthesis by stimulating fibroblasts, thus reducing the appearance of wrinkles around the eye area (and more).Aloe can be used as an eye mask, which you leave on for 10-15 minutes and after rinsing, apply suitable cosmetics.
Almond oil is excellent for nourishing dry skin and has been shown to be beneficial for skin problems such as eczema and psoriasis. It can also be added to homemade eye masks or combined with other oils, massaged into the eye area and left on overnight.
Liquid Vitamin E
This vitamin is a powerful antioxidant that helps collagen synthesis. It also reduces the signs of aging, dark circles under the eyes, keeps the skin he althy and nourished. If well tolerated, you can massage it into the eye area and leave it on all night or add it to eye contour masks.
is extremely nourishing for dry and damaged skin. Its topical application increases collagen synthesis, according to Western studies. You can use it in combination with other oils to massage the eye area.
Pretty honey is extremely hydrating and an excellent emollient and moisturizer that keeps skin he althy by preventing moisture loss. You can apply around the eye area on its own as a mask, combine it with egg yolk, yogurt. The mask is left to act for 10-15 minutes and after rinsing, a suitable eye cream is applied.
It is often used in a number of cosmetic care for the face and body. A very gentle and rich oil that has hydrating, anti-inflammatory and skin moisturizing properties. You can apply it with a light massage around the eye contour area alone, in combination with vitamin E or other oils.