Crow’s feet and fine lines are natural effects of aging and sagging skin. Each time you have to squint your eyes in front of a mobile phone; it shrinks the skin around your eyes. More so, the display of emotions with facial skin most times results in muscle twitches. According to cosmetic dermatologists; a repeated strain on any part of the skin will leave signs in form of deep lines. Apart from aging, hormonal changes, unhealthy lifestyle practices, stress, genetics and lack of sleep can deepen lines and the wrinkles around your eyes. Naturally the effect of pollution and ultraviolet radiations from sunlight on your skin increases the risk of dead skin cells. Also, at leat 80 percent of visible effects from the process of aging comes from sunlight radiations. The skin’s sub-layers can be damaged from the direct effect of ultraviolet-A rays. However, when we understand how to block these harmful radiations; it’s a positive effort towards preventing skin cancers (melanoma) and premature wrinkles.
This what happens to your skin cells
There are oil-secreting glands (sebaceous glands) under the surface of your skin. When there’s a reduction of these natural oil it results in wrinkles. The skin around your eyes must be supple, smooth and hydrated because sebaceous glands underneath the eye skin are very tiny. To prevent the sebaceous glands from loosing it’s oil quickly, protect them by applying skin-tightening ingredients. Fine lines, crow’s feet, and wrinkles around eyes occurs when the production of collagen and elastin protein declines. What happens to your skin cells in the dermal layer determines the level of rough texture on the surface. Crow’s feet create rough textures in the form of wrinkles at the outer corners of your eyes and lines close the temples. When the mass of collagen and … Read More ...