After long nights with very little sleep, dark circles will appear under your eyes the next morning. Eye creams will help to promote the circulation and even out the fluid balance. At the same time, the tissue will be strengthened and the microcirculation stimulated. A concealer is great for visibly brightening up the area. Sparingly apply this under the eyes only for a natural look. You can find out more about what to do about dark circles here.
Nights spent partying, love sickness or a long day at work in front of the computer screen, can result in heavy and puffy eyes in the mornings. But the swellings usually fade away over the course of the day. Placing cold slices of cucumber on your closed eyelids is especially beneficial. You can find information and tips for puffy eyes here.
Crow’s feet, or laughter lines, are fine lines under the eyes, which are often the first signs of skin ageing. They are caused by animated facial expressions, environmental influences or an unhealthy lifestyle. A rich eye cream such as Q10 Plus Anti-Wrinkle Eye Care with plenty of moisture will help here!
In addition to eye cream, treat your eyes to a few minutes of relaxation! With these exercises, you’ll promote the circulation in the skin around your eye area: