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Beautiful Eye Catcher: Tips to make your eyes and the skin around them shine

Eyelash growth, is this possible?

Speaking of eyelashes… you’ve probably seen eyelash lengthening serums, right? Its success really depends on what it contains. They often contain ingredients such as isopropyl cloprostenate, dichlorodihydroxydifluoroethylcloprostenolamide. But these substances can also have unpleasant side effects for the eyes.

There are also serums that are free of these substances and contain oils and peptides. You can layer it over your lashes and fill in any damage, making them look prettier and thicker. Well of course, but don’t expect miracles (hair growth) from it.

Not pretty to the eye..

Exfoliants are usually great for your skin. The acids it contains give your skin a fresh and even appearance by “exfoliating” a thin layer of your skin. However, the same acids are irritating to the eyes. Do you use an exfoliant? Then avoid the immediate skin area around the eyes. This way it cannot come into contact with the eyes.

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Creams and serums against crow’s feet…

The skin around your eyes is thinner than the rest of your skin and is often a little drier, so you see lines more quickly. You can use special eye creams and serums for this purpose. Is it also necessary? Meh… The difference is often in the size of the packaging and the mild ingredients that are suitable for the skin around your eyes. My advice? Choose a plumping product that contains humectants like hyaluronic acid and glycerin. Feel free to apply a little more than usual. Before going to bed, you can maintain excess moisture by applying a little Vaseline to the cream. This can be very fun and calming.

The best anti-wrinkle cream remains sun protection factor (SPF).

The best way to combat fine lines and eye wrinkles is to ensure that as few new lines appear as possible. You can do this using sunscreen. This protects your skin from the harmful effects of UV rays, and thus against the development of wrinkles, pigment spots and other signs of skin aging. It can be that simple!

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Mask moment

You’re seeing a lot of crescent-shaped “eye spots” under the eyes these days. They are often infused with some type of serum that contains a lot of glycerin and hyaluronic acid. Two powerhouses when it comes to hydration and moisture retention. After that mask moment, your skin often looks fresher and better hydrated. The condition is that it does not contain any irritating substances such as perfume. Of course you can also achieve the same effect with a good cream, but the trick with patches is that you usually leave them on the skin longer. But beware: this effect is temporary.

DIY eye mask

Of course, you can also make an eye mask yourself. My advice? Make the mask the night before and put it in the refrigerator, and then you can apply it first thing in the morning.

This is what you need:
1 teaspoon green tea (or matcha)
1 tablespoon cucumber juice
(Cotton) Cotton pillow

Cleanse your skin with a cleanser. Cut the piece of cotton in half to get two half-moon shapes. Soak it in the mask for two minutes and use it as an under-eye patch. Relax and enjoy! Then rinse the mask from your skin with lukewarm water and use daily skin care. A new batch of beautiful eye-catchers!

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