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The eyes are the windows to the soul, but if those windows are looking tired and old, it doesn’t give the best message about what’s happening inside.
So as you age, how do you keep your eyes looking youthful? Well the biggest loss in this area is collagen – this is what keeps your skin looking plump and soft in your youth. You lose around 1mg of collagen in your skin every year after your twenties are over.
So how do you increase and maximise your collagen supply to look as youthful as possible?
Well according to LiveStrong, it pays to pay attention to the foods in your diet. Eat foods that are high in ascorbic acid (vitamin C) on a daily basis. Ascorbic acid is vital for collagen production in your tissues. Your body breaks down collagen every day. Getting enough ascorbic acid will help your body maintain the production of collagen. Sources of foods rich in ascorbic acid include citrus fruits, kiwi fruit and bell peppers. You can also take one 500 mg ascorbic acid tablet daily along with these foods.
And you’ll also do well to sat away from UVA light. Apply sunscreen under your eyes every day whether it’s summer or winter. Applying sunscreen lotion under your eyes will help prevent fine lines, wrinkles and skin discolourations. Purchase sunscreen with a sun protection factor (SPF) of 15 and above and apply one hour before heading outdoors.
One of our go-to products for youthful looking peepers is Guinot Double Ionisation Serum Gel Anti-Rides Yeux – Anti-Wrinkle Eye Gel 75ml is part of the Hydradermie treatment. Women of all ages are concerned about their skin’s beauty and youthful appearance. A real alternative to aesthetic medicine, Hydradermie Youth stimulates cellular energy, for a youthful looking skin.
Wrinkles on the eye contour have visibly faded. Your face shines with new radiance and the tired look on your face has been relaxed.
- Contains cell living environments: (includes vitamins, amino acids and trace elements), which regenerate the skin.
- Biopeptides: Help reinforce elastic tissue and trace elements, to revive vital functions.