Tired Eyes

Laughing, concentrating, squinting or frowning; whenever you move your face your muscles contract. After years of frequent contraction, combined with environmental and lifestyle factors - such as exposure to sunshine, smoking or pollution - lines and wrinkles begin to form around the corners of your eyes, leaving them looking tired. The eyes are often the first place to reveal the signs of ageing, as the skin is thinner and more prone to creasing.

Why Do My Eyes Look Tired?

Laughing, concentrating, squinting or frowning; whenever you move your face your muscles contract. After years of frequent contraction, combined with environmental and lifestyle factors - such as exposure to sunshine, smoking or pollution - lines and wrinkles begin to form around the corners of your eyes, leaving them looking tired. The eyes are often the first place to reveal the signs of ageing, as the skin is thinner and more prone to creasing.

The main cause of lines and wrinkles is a decrease in the amounts of collagen and elastin in the skin. These proteins are responsible for our skin’s elasticity, but production drops as we age. The best way to postpone the appearance of these lines is to use an SPF to protect your skin from harmful UV rays, avoid smoking, drink plenty of water and follow a good skincare routine, particularly one with a deep acting moisturiser.

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