Did you know that the skin around your eyes is up to five times thinner than the rest of your face? It is considered to be one of the most sensitive parts of your body. It needs special attention and care to look healthy and fresh. But turns out it is also one of the most ignored parts of the face.
Women hardly ever spend on products or treatments that are formulated for the eyes. This results in common problems such as dark circles, puffy eyes and even dry skin around the eyes. But identifying the reasons that cause this dryness can help you prevent it.
So read on to find out why the skin around your eyes looks dry.
Some makeup removers are formulated using harsh ingredients to remove stubborn makeup instantly. However, this can also draw out moisture from the skin which is more noticeable on sensitive areas such as the skin around your eyes.
You can try the Simple Kind To Skin Micellar Cleansing Water to take your makeup off. Its gentle formula helps removes stubborn makeup and keeps the skin hydrated.
No sun protection
We’ve already said this a thousand times before and we will say it again, nothing damages your skin more than the harmful rays of the sun. Sure you apply sunscreen all over your face, but are you ignoring your eyes? Ensure that your sunscreen covers every exposed part of your body. When stepping out in the sun always wear sunglasses to protect the delicate skin around your eyes.
Transitioning from humidity to dry air can be cruel for your eye area. Particularly during winter, make sure you keep your under eye area well hydrated. Look for products that contain hyaluronic acid as it is extremely effective at binding moisture into the skin. You can also try an oil-based, non-greasy formula such as the Lakme Absolute Argan Oil Radiance Night Revival Eye Cream. It will not only keep your eyes hydrated but will also reduce other problems such as dullness and dark circles.
Eczema is a skin condition that causes the skin to become dry, itchy, inflamed, red and cracked. Since the skin under your eyes is thin, this area is one of the most common spots for eczema. Avoid scented skincare products as this can further irritate the skin. Instead, apply aloe vera gel to moisturise the skin.
A lot of people have a habit of rubbing their eyes. However, excessive rubbing can damage the delicate eye area and even cause dryness. Keep your hands off your face and your eyes to avoid this.