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Eye Care

Eye Puffiness

Eye puffiness can be caused by many different things. Fluid retention is the main cause of puffy eyes. Some common causes are: allergies, changes in your body's fluid balance, travel or hormone fluctuations.

Eye puffiness is worsened by lack of sleep. Reduce swelling by applying a chilled eye gel or gel mask to the skin under your eyes.

If the puffiness is severe and persistent, contact your doctor. Your doctor will want to rule out other possible causes such as thyroid or kidney problems.

Fine Lines around Eyes

Fine lines around the eyes are caused by stress, lack of sleep, allergies, excessive sun exposure, excessive squinting, smoking, dehydration, and genetics.

Protect against future wrinkling with a cream that contains antioxidants, pentapeptides or retinol.

Fine lines around the eyes are also called Crow's Feet.

Dark Circles around Eyes

Dark circles around the eyes can be caused by many different things. Some common causes are: allergies, sinusitis, poor circulation, asthma, eczema, medications, poor nutrition, fatigue, lack of sleep and aging. Medical conditions related to renal, thyroid and even genetics can also cause dark circles around the eyes.

Reduce the appearance of dark circles by getting adequate rest, eating balanced meals.

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