Get Rid of Under-Eye Dark Circles and Wrinkles with Beauty by BiE’s Eye Treatment Collections

Highlights

  • What Are Some Common Under-Eye Problems?
  • What Causes Under-Eye Dark Circles and Wrinkles? 
  • How to Get Rid of Dark Circles and Other Under-Eye Problems?
  • Dos and Don’ts for Under-Eye Care 
  • BiE’s Products
  • What Are The Ingredients?
  • How Can They Solve Your Under Eye Problems?
  • Takeaway

If the skin under your eyes is seemingly struggling more than the rest of your face, you’re not alone, it’s completely normal. The area beneath the eyes tends to show signs of dehydration and volume loss at an early age because the skin there is much thinner — and therefore more delicate — than anywhere else on the body. Plus, studies show that the under-eye area has fewer oil glands and collagen, making it even more difficult to keep it as hydrated and plump as the skin on the rest of your face. We've all resorted to some kind of home remedy for under eye wrinkles but is that enough? Some of the most stunning celebrities the world over have encountered this problem at some point in time and have had to resort to make-up and concealers to hide their dark circles.

What Are Some Common Under-Eye Problems?

Dark circles, puffiness, fine lines, wrinkles and under-eye bags are some of the common under-eye problems that we face. Most times, we don’t know how to tackle these problems and many of us are unaware of what causes it.

What Causes Under-Eye Dark Circles and Wrinkles?

What makes it particularly tricky to treat dark circles is that there isn’t one reason people develop them. Experts say lack of sleep, dehydration, drinking too much alcohol, and not eating a well-balanced diet are all lifestyle factors that can contribute to the appearance of dark circles, but genetics and aging come into play, too. Getting a good night’s sleep and drinking enough water is the best remedy for dark circles.

Fine lines and wrinkles around your eye are another common problem we face. The most common cause of fine lines and wrinkles around your eyes at a young age is UV radiation. But other common contributing factors may be possible to avoid, like smoking, lack of sleep, and stress. Healthy lifestyle changes is one way to remove under eye wrinkles naturally.

How to Get Rid of Dark Circles and Other Under-Eye Problems?

While you might wish it weren’t so, the skin around your eyes is one part of your body that can show the earliest signs of premature aging, particularly without proper care. And since the eye area is sensitive, it’s best to resort to clean, safe products rather than toxic, harmful products to treat these problems. It’s never too early or too late to give your eyes the love they deserve. So, here’s a list of simple dark circle removal tips that can help breathe a new lease of life around your eyes.

1.Moisturize, moisturize, moisturize

Moisturizing your skin is one of those underrated steps that often falls by the wayside but shouldn't. When our skin loses water, it starts to shrink, and wrinkles can appear. But once you put that water back in, it can help plump up and potentially reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles. The same applies to our eye area which is more prone to dryness.

As the skin is thin around your eyes, it can be sensitive to regular face cream. So, it is better to choose clean and potent products that are gentle on your skin or eye gels that are formulated specifically for the under-eye area.   

2.Be gentle, always

From removing your eye makeup to applying products onto the skin around your eyes, it’s important to be gentle. Make sure to use the ring finger to apply the eye product as it exerts the lightest pressure. As mentioned above, the skin under your eyes is very thin. Because of this, the extra pressure from our daily activities has the potential to contribute to more fine lines which is why you should avoid being too hard on your skin. You can also choose to try home remedies for under eye wrinkles.

 3.Sun protection is a must

Sun exposure can play a big role in the skin aging process and can lead the skin under your eyes to become darker. A broad-spectrum sunscreen is truly an indispensable part of any skincare routine and should be applied every two hours every day. Even if it looks gloomy outside, UVA rays can still cause damage which is why this is important.

4.Limit screen time

The more digital screens and gadgets you use, the speedily your eyes can age. Blue light emitted from  screens is very harmful to the eyes. It increases eye strain and causes premature aging of the skin. So, how do we protect our skin from blue light? BiE’s anti-oxidant-rich, Guardian – Pollution Shield Serum is a skincare product formulated to keep your skin protected from exposure to blue light.

  5.Follow a consistent skin-care routine

Investing early in the health of your skin, with regular skin care, will not only better protect it from the harsh effects of the environment, but also keep you looking and feeling your best throughout the year. Consistency is the ultimate dark eye circle remedy. The key to skin resiliency is knowing your skin and treating it consistently. Here's a 6-step skincare routine the experts at BiE recommend.

Dos and Don'ts for Under-Eye Care

Dos

  •   Apply eye cream on cleansed and exfoliated skin
  •   Apply eye cream on the orbital bone working from the outer corner inward
  •   Use the ring finger to apply the eye product as it exerts light pressure
  •   Gently pat in the eye product until absorbed in the skin
  •   When you step out in the sun, wear sunglasses.

Don'ts 

  •   Do not rub your eyes too much
  •   Do not use alcohol-based products around the eyes
  •   Do not use products with comedogenic ingredients

BiE’s eye collection

BiE’s Products

BiE’s Under Eye Circles Kit

This is the perfect solution to your eye problems. The kit consists of  the Eyefinity All-In-One Under Eye Gel and the Superpower Eternal Youth Cream.

BiE’s Eyefinity All-in-One Under Eye gel

This eye gel is formulated with ingredients less likely to harm your eyes but contains enough active ingredients that help reduce wrinkles and fine lines.

Adding this to your skincare routine will help give your under eyes the hydration they need. The Eyefinity Gel works its magic best when used after BiE’s masks/exfoliators.

What Are the Ingredients?

  •       Stem Cells.
  •       Gold & Silver Leaf.
  •       Soya Flavonoids.
  •       Other Ingredients: Aqua, Aloe vera Gel, Apple Hydrosol, Camu Camu Hydrosol, Ginseng Hydrosol, Hyaluronic Acid 1%, Polysobate 20, Alpha Arbutin, Liquorice Extract, Niacinamide, Euxyl K 510, TEA, Carbomer 940, Tween 20, Soya Flavonoids, Patchouli Oil, Geranium Oil, Tuberose Oil, Lavender Oil, Lotus Oil, Vetiver Oil. Gold leaf, Silver leaf and Stem cells.

How Can They Solve Your Under-Eye Problems?

Stem Cells -  This ingredient has been scientifically and medically proven to completely revolutionise the skincare game. It breathes life into your skin cells and aids in self-repair.

Gold & Silver Leaf - These luxurious beauty ingredients act as antioxidants and strengthen the skin barrier. They supply a radiant glow to and brighten the eyes.

Sova Flavonoids - Compounds found in soybean and soybean products possess remarkable anti-aging properties. They enhance skin elasticity and treat dark circles by binding phytoestrogen receptors present in the skin. 

Takeaway

There are so many different ways to give that much-needed love to the skin around your eyes. You can also look for some home remedies for dark circles and under eyes. From moisturizing and sun protection to getting more sleep, implementing these game-changers into your beauty routine, even if just one at a time, can help you on your way to improving the skin around your eyes. Dark circles are quite common, and they don’t have to be the end of the world for you. Follow these simple dark circle removal tips, take some extra care, and dark circles will be the least of your worries.

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