“The eyes are the windows to the soul” – a quote said by William Shakespeare. It is an expression that your eyes can say a lot about you. They say that looking into a person’s eyes can give you an insight of their feelings or who they are. On the other hand, according to medical experts there are several causes that results to puffy eyes, eyebags, dark eye circles and wrinkles. So, here are 4 ways to keep your eyes healthy.
Eat a Balanced Diet
Nutrition plays a great factor in keeping your eyes and body as well healthy. Include essential foods in your diet like vegetables and fruits rich in Vitamin A and antioxidants. Our eyes have their own set of nutritional needs; thus, eye vitamins are essential. Omega-3 fatty acids that can be found in fishes are significant to keep your eyes healthy.
Moisturize and cosmetic treatment
When it comes to facial cleansing, use a mild facial cleanser instead of your usual body wash liquid or bar soap to prevent your face from drying but at the same retaining its natural moisture.
Choose and use natural and clinically proven anti-aging eye creams that can safely reduce wrinkles from developing around your eye area.
There are a lot of beauty eye cream products out there, it is always advisable to consult your dermatologist which cosmetic treatment is suitable for you according to your underlying condition.
Remember that eye creams will only be in their optimal effect if consistently applied.
Get a good night’s sleep to keep your eyes healthy
Lack of sleep and extreme fatigue can cause dark circles to form under your eyes. While too much alcohol, caffeine and carbonated drinks are the usual causes of puffy eyes.
You’ll look great when you get the sleep you need. Staying up past your normal bedtime can cause your skin to become pale and dull. Keep in mind that aside from a balanced nutrition, a good rest will also support your eye health
Wear Sunglasses and Sunscreen
Make a habit of applying sunscreen before you go out. Overexposure to the sun can cause pigmentation in the surrounding skin of your eyes to darken.
Choose sunglasses with both UVB and UVA protection.
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