How to Properly Apply Your Eye Wrinkle Cream.

Mar 1 08:54 2010 Ava Rae Green Print This Article

  When it comes to using any type of eye care product, the application process is a little different than that of a regular moisturizer or facial cream. The author takes on this subject and gives advice on how to properly apply eye wrinkle cream for the best results.

                When it comes to using any type of eye care product,Guest Posting the application process is a little different than that of a regular moisturizer or facial cream. This is due to the fact that they eye area, having the very thin and sensitive skin, receive sun and environmental damage faster than other areas on our face. The resulting damage is what we lovingly call Crow's feet or a more simple explanation; eye wrinkles. So when using the eye wrinkle cream of your choice; there are a couple of differences in application that you must adhere to for the best results.

                First off, make sure not to apply to much of the eye wrinkle cream to the area in question. This always seems to be a question concerning any type of wrinkle cream or anti aging product. If I apply more to the skin, then I will get younger faster or the ingredients will get used to my skin faster, right? I relate this to the saying of "too much of a good thing can be just too much for a person to handle". By adding to much of an eye wrinkle cream or just a regular old wrinkle cream to your face you are running the risk of product overload which can result in two certain directions: irritation or no results. So make sure that when using an eye wrinkle cream you follow the directions exactly as they are written. By following exactly what is said, you are almost guaranteeing yourself the best results possible from the wrinkle cream of your choice. The eye wrinkle cream producers would not have put those directions on the product if it was for no reason.

                Here is another mistake people do when applying a product to the face; they rub the cream or gel into the skin instead of patting the area, allowing for the skin to naturally absorb the treatment you are providing. When applying and eye wrinkle cream or any other product that involves the sensitive area around your eyes, this mistake can be even more devastating  than anywhere else. The reason for this cautionary statement is because so many have become irritated from an eye wrinkle cream or an eye gel simply because they are rubbing their skin raw. When sensitive areas are in play, the irritation can be painful and embarrassing. So just as I said before, if the eye wrinkle cream product tells you to pat the cream around the eyes follow the direction and avoid any adverse reactions.

                Do not allow the eye wrinkle cream or eye gel to be extremely close to your  eyes. This may sound like a dumb piece of advice to some, but you would be surprised at the number of people who do this and wonder why their actual eyes are having such a bad reaction. They apply the eye wrinkle cream very close to the corner of their eye lids, the product seeps in to the eyes, and then irritation of the actual eye occurs. It is obviously not on purpose that this happens, but the fact that it does is something that should be talked about. So be very cautious with your application and make sure to avoid your eyes at all cost. These eye wrinkle creams are meant for the skin, not for the eye.

                So be careful about your placement of the eye wrinkle creams and other eye products that you use. Remember, use only as directed, do not rub into your skin and by all means avoid your actual eye. By just doing what you are told, you are giving your skin a better chance of healing itself and curing the issues you are dealing with. Eye wrinkle creams and other eye care products will work great with your skin, but the results are ultimately up to your actions.

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Ava Rae Green
Ava Rae Green

Ava Rae Green is a student of dermatology and a very knowledgeable source for your skin care needs. She has covered a variety of topics from acne and acne scars to eye wrinkle creams and their ingredients. From her honest and straight forward reviews and opinions, people seem to trust and use her advice.

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