Stress, screens, and the dry fall air can strain your eyes, so here are ten tips to help your eyes look and feel refreshed.
10 TIPS FOR TIRED EYES
Mimimize the use of Visine and Lumigan
Visine and Lumigan shrink your retina and dilate your eye, which decreases blood circulation. To keep your eyes healthy, only use these products occasionally when you want bright eyes for a big event.
Take screen breaks
You blink less when staring at a screen, which causes strain and dry eyes. Taking frequent screen breaks will keep your eyes feeling rested.
Remove eye makeup before bed
Always remove your eye makeup before bed because it can get trapped inside your eye, leading to redness, puffiness, and irritation.
Invest in a good eye cream
The delicate skin of your eyes needs extra TLC, so invest in a good eye cream like Revision’s DEJ Eye Cream, which increases hydration by boosting your skin’s ability to retain moisture while reducing wrinkles, sagging, and redness.
Get more sleep
Sleep is the best time for rejuvenating your eyes because when your eyes are closed, circulation increases, and your tears rehydrate the cornea.
Use a humidifier
The dry air from heating and A/C can dry your eyes, so using a humidifier will add hydration to the air and soothe irritated eyes.
Add Vaseline to your routine
The skin of your eyes doesn’t have oil glands, so it needs extra hydration. After putting on your eye cream, add a little Vaseline on top to seal in the moisture; plus, it’s great for conditioning your lashes and brows.
Try Lymphatic Massage
The best time to do a lymphatic massage is when you first wake up in the morning and your eyes are puffy.
Using a gentle tapping motion with your index and middle fingers, tap a circle around your eyes to increase blood flow to the area and drain lymphatic fluid.
Botox diminishes lines and wrinkles and can open up your eyes, making them look more youthful and rested.
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