Saturday, September 13, 2008

All Eyes Need Tender Loving Care To Stay Young

You have heard this from us before: The skin around your eyes is very delicate and thin. Eye wrinkles and crow's feet are usually the first signs of facial aging to appear, especially in fair-skinned people.

So what do we do?

Try not to squint. Seriously, you need to wear sunglasses whenever you are outdoors.

That's simple enough. But that's not enough. All eyes need tender loving care to stay young.

Christine Chin of New York City, is an expert in the world of beautiful skin. One of her most recognized clients is lovely supermodel Gisele Bundchen (Vogue photo).

Christine Chin Spa
offers skin care and also her own brand of makeup and beauty treatments. Today's beauty tip looks at her Hydra-Lift Eye Gel ($49, 1.2 fl.oz.,

"Refreshing, oil-free gel instantly firms undereye puffiness, visibly smoothes deepening lines and provides a crease-free shadow base throughout the day. 1.2 FL OZ (Energizing Eye Gel)."

Christine Chin recently told OK magazine, that she is very keen on this eye gel because it is a beauty product that targets the thin skin under our eyes:

"The skin around the eye area does not have oil glands, which means that it tends to dry and dehydrate and age the fastest. Your regular face cream is just not enough for the eye area. Use a heavier cream or serum."

Invest in an effective cream or serum that zeroes in on the eye area, like Christine Chin's Hydra-Lift Eye Gel. The price for an eye treatment always seems to cost a bit more, but you are getting a product that is made specifically to battle the fine lines in the eye area, and as we keep reminding you, it's the toughest area to keep youthful. So let's remember today: All eyes need tender loving care.

Amen to that.


Youreyesite said...

The palming exercise will teach you to relax your eyes, which in turn will bring healthy energy to your eyes.

First, rub your hands together until they feel warm (about 15 to 20 seconds). Then place your cupped hands over your closed eyes, being careful not to touch your eyes with the palms of your hands. The fingers of each hand should overlap and rest gently on the center of your forehead. Don't create any unnecessary pressure on your face. If your arms get tired, rest your elbows on a table.

Sit quietly for one to two minutes with your hands over your eyes. The more relaxed you become, the blacker the darkness you will see with your eyes closed.

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