6 Tips to Prevent Dark Circles
The area under your eyes requires special care. The skin around the eyes is thinner than most other areas of the face, as it has no oil glands. It can be aggravated by fatigue, allergies or overexposure to the sun, which causes dark circles. Dark circles under the eyes can make you look lethargic and ill. Therefore, it’s essential to take consider these following six tips to prevent dark circles:
1. Apply sunscreen beneath your eyes
The skin beneath your eyes are the thinnest layer of skin. Therefore, it’s important to use a foundation that can protect your skin.
SeneGence MakeSense Hydration Foundation can provide skin protection. It can be used on any skin type and provides a mechanical shield equivalent to an SPF 30. It’s also oil-free and water-resistant.
2. Apply a solid concealer
Try using a lighter concealer that’s a little lighter than your skin. Use the concealer with a small brush into the dark areas.
SeneGence has three Color Corrective Concealers for you to choose from. All are perfect to hide imperfections. These corrective concealers are nourished with the same proprietary anti-aging formulation and advanced color technology as the MakeSense Foundation with SenePlex.
3. Gently remove makeup with a proper makeup remover
Be sure you’re gently removing your makeup. It’s common for women to rub skin when taking off their makeup. This can cause inflammation and capillary damage, which both contribute to dark circles.
SeneGence Fooops! is an amazing makeup remover. It removes the makeup without stripping the skin's essential oils. It is a gentle moistening remover and delivers SenePlex Complex to the skin.
Read "Clean & Protect Your Skin with Fooops! SeneCosmetics Color Remover & Pads!"
4. Wash your face with cool water
Washing your face with hot water worsens puffiness and cause dark circles. Try washing your face with warm water and follow it with cold water. This will improve blood circulation.
5. Use vitamin-rich day/night eye cream
Investing in vitamin-rich eye cream is vital. Be sure you stay clear of creams containing harsh chemicals. Look for products using natural ingredients such as honey, Shea Butter, Avocado and Jojoba Oil.
Use SeneDerm Solutions Dark Circle Eye Treatment for excessive under eye darkening and visible bagging. This product ultimately reduces the appearance of darkening loose skin under your eyes by 122%. It gently removes impurities from pores to reveal softer-looking skin, and helps rid of dead cells.
This products has a blend of ingredients including Suma Root extract, Potency wood extract and Madonna Lily flower extract that works to reduce under eye darkening. Caffeine, which is an antioxidant most shown to repair damage and slow the aging process. Camellia Sinensis Extract (Green Tea): Protects collagen from being broken down. Saccharomyces Cerevisiae Extract: a skin-conditioning agent used in cosmetics and beauty care products because of its ability to “act in oxidative stress and improve skin conditions. Punica Granatum (Pomegranate) Extract a super anti-oxidant with astringent and anti-bacterial and inflammatory properties. It is a great addition to the skincare world for its ability to fight free-radicals and thus the signs of aging. It has also been found to hydrate skin when applies topically.
You can also use SeneDerm EyeCrème. It's the perfect eye cream to use at night. It melts at skin temperature by forming a silky-like coating that reduces drag when applying additional eye makeup, such as shadows. It also fills in fine lines and wrinkles to eliminate shadowing in the lines and wrinkles, making the skin area appear smoother.
6. Get a good night’s sleep
Not getting enough sleep can cause dark circles. Your face becomes paler as it reduces circulation. Make sure you’re getting 7-9 hours sleep each night to prevent getting dark circles.
Dark circles can develop at an early, so be sure to follow these tips and care for them as soon as possible!
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Jeri Taylor-Swade is a full-time SeneGence Distributor as well as a specialist in direct sales and network marketing. Jeri is an Author and International Speaker/Trainer.