Wrinkles and sagging skin are usually associated with aging.
That is something we all fear of, especially women.
Drooping eyelids elicit us problems with self-esteem and make us feel unattractive and old, which is why we always try to do something to improve the situation.
There are a number of ways to improve the condition and feel more attractive, such as facial exercise, anti-aging creams, and natural remedies and, in the worst cases, cosmetic procedures.
If you want to tighten the loose skin on the eyelids and strengthen the muscles around the eyes, you can start doing exercises for shutters ten minutes every day, or at least 4 days a week. Eva Fraser leader fitness center in London, England confirms that exercise eyelids can significantly improve your appearance. Raise your eyebrows and put a finger under the eyebrow. Close your eyes and hold for 6 seconds. Then open your eyes and repeat several times.
You can start using firming and anti-aging creme. Dr. Loren Pickart, recommends choosing a cream that are rich in copper pep-tide, which tightens the skin and smooths wrinkles. Some creams should not be used directly on the eyelids, or you can apply them to the surrounding area give similar results.
You can try new cosmetic treatment called Thermage. It warms up the skin around the eyes using radio waves. The increase of temperature increases the production of new collagen, tightens the skin and gives it a rejuvenated appearance. FDA confirms that this method is approved and non-invasive and the results can last up to two years.
For more difficult cases, which can raise the shutters in any way, the only solution is blepharoplasty, a kind of plastic surgery which removes fat, skin and relaxed muscles around the eyes. This operation is especially recommended for those who have vision problems because of the folded lid.
Dr. Loren Pickart, a biochemist who has created her own line of skin care products advised to protect the eyelids from irritation and relaxation. It is scientifically proven that artificial colors, shades and eyeliners can cause drooping eyelids and damage the sensitive skin around the eyes.
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