Using Tiger Eye Skin Care Products Correctly

Using Tiger Eye Skin Care Products Correctly

You’ve probably heard of the term “tiger eye” skin care. But what does it mean? It refers to the dark circles and puffiness that often result when a woman’s eyes become repeatedly exposed to the sun without proper protection. And while there are obviously many factors that can contribute to this problem, it is primarily caused by UV rays.

So what can you do to minimize the visibility of those dark circles under your eyes? The first step is to wear sunglasses. Now, while we’re on the subject of sunglasses, you may think these are only for those avid beachgoers or cyclists. And while they certainly can be useful in keeping dirt and debris out of your eyes, they can also cause issues with eye circles. So if you like to ride a bicycle, make sure you have your sunglasses on throughout your time outdoors.

As far as the sunscreen factor goes, consider using an oil-free, water-based moisturizer with sunscreen. And yes, there is such a thing! Don’t believe us? Consider the ingredients included in popular brands such as Vaseline and Mineral Oil. While both are water-based, they do not allow the ultraviolet rays they contain to pass through. This means your eyes remain safely protected even while outside in direct sunlight.

Consider eye cream that contains the powerful antioxidants called Extrapone Nutgrass. This compound has proven benefits for reducing dark under eye circles and reducing puffy bags. In fact, Extrapone Nutgrass can actually help your body restore elasticity, resulting in firmer, smoother skin. And don’t worry about feeling too greasy because it is a petroleum-based ingredient.

For puffy bags underneath your eyes, try a hydrating eye serum. This will soothe tired, dry skin and reduce the appearance of dark circles. Try one that includes Shea Butter or avocado oil. You can also try combining serum with a light lotion that will penetrate into your skin. This will create a magical combination that will help you minimize those unsightly tiger eyebags.

The final step in my routine is eye collagen stimulation. In order to get rid of wrinkles, fine lines, dark circles, and puffiness, collagen needs to be delivered to the dermal layer. This can be done with a clinical collagen injector. You can also use an eye gel that contains CynergyTK, a special form of keratin that has been shown to increase the production of collagen and elastin.

If you are frustrated by those deep-rooted wrinkles around your eyes, you don’t have to feel alone. Many women are plagued with the same unsightly skin problems. What is troubling is that many of these problems cannot be fixed by purchasing an over-the-counter wrinkle cream or vitamin. Until new, highly effective solutions are found, I recommend using my treatment strategy.

I’m not trying to scare you. But remember, it takes time to gain results. Take care of your body and treat yourself to a quality skin care product now. It’s better than putting up with continued bad health. And believe me when I say it’s worth the effort.

The first step is to stop hiding your wrinkles. I know it’s difficult but it’s possible if you really want to. Start by eliminating dark circles around your eyes from using products like makeup and moisturizers. Find a product that nourishes and revitalizes the area around your eyes. A good one will contain an ingredient like Eyeliss which improves fluid drainage and reduces puffiness.

Use a daily moisturizer, preferably one that contains active Manuka Honey. It’s an effective bleaching agent and antioxidant. When used on its own, it minimizes dark circles and improves circulation. Manuka also contains strong anti-inflammatory activity and stimulates the renewal process of cells. That means less fine lines and fewer bags.

Speaking of bags, apply a hydrating mask every day. Don’t just mask off the grime and dirt. Get into the basics. Pick an oil-free, matte cream and apply it to your face, neck and shoulders. Leave it on overnight and rinse out in the morning with warm water.

Once you’ve taken care of those annoying wrinkles on your eyes, don’t forget to take good care of the rest of your skin. You can choose a special night cream that will revive and moisturize tired, lifeless skin. Or you could use the right moisturizer to help balance dryness and provide a barrier against the sun’s damaging UV rays. And always keep yourself hydrated. That means drinking at least 8 glasses of water a day.