Many products are quick to state that you should avoid your eye area, however what is a prospective skincare routine for your eyes and eye area? Sure, many people discuss dark circles and crow’s feet; however, do you know what to do about your eyelids, bottom lash line, or your eyebrow ridge? We are going to cover these areas today, alongside some crow’s feet tips.


Eyelids and Lower Lashes

Your eyelids and the skin below your lower lashes consist of skin that is much thinner than the rest of your face, just as all the skin around your eyes, which requires strong skin repair capabilities and moisturizing properties. Such products should include ingredients such as shea butter, vitamin C, hyaluronic acid, and Retinol. Seek out eye repair products that encourage use all over the eye, including the lids and lower lashes, at night so that the active ingredients have time to work properly.  


Eyebrow Ridge

The eyebrow ridge, also known as the frontal bone, is another place that is often overlooked. If you have your eyebrows professionally waxed, tweezed, or threaded, you likely have experienced some soothing treatment after the process. However, many people do not pay any attention to the eyebrow ridge once they are home.


A number of products now exist that cater specifically to the brow area which are designed to moisturize the skin beneath your eyebrows and the brows themselves. Many dermatologists also recommend that you moisturize your brows before and after you shape your brows with tweezers at home to prevent any irritations . And, keep in mind that if you over-moisturize your brows, you can develop flakes and pimples, so clean them just as you do the rest of your face.


Crow’s Feet

Despite the fact that crow’s feet are primarily signs that you are enjoying life, most of us would prefer to minimize their appearance. The following are a few tips that you can incorporate into your everyday routine to prevent, or delay, future lines and reduce the visibility of those you already have:


  • Use products with peptides, which are nature’s botox.
  • Use eye creams both at night and during the day.
  • Massage the muscles around your eyes each night.
  • Wear sunglasses with UV protection.
  • Choose products with honey, cucumber extract, hyaluronic acid, aloe vera, and shea butter.
  • Eat foods rich in vitamin C and drink green tea.


Be sure to read the directions of products carefully before you use them on your eyes. It might be best to seek out products that are specifically designed for eye skincare to prevent any possible issues.