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Odds are, right now you have not put much thought into wrinkles.  But, later in life you will look back at the year 2009 and think to yourself “I could have done something about these darn wrinkles.”  Wrinkles are the disgusting lines that set into our faces as we age.  They set up in crevaces in the skin and start to form expression lines.  Basically, wherever you see wrinkles is where you made the most amount of constant facial expressions.  However, there are many other factors that add to wrinkles and contribute to why they form on the face.

The most important element that contributes to wrinkling is the sun.  The sun is a powerful element that has many, many traits that can damage the skin.  It’s harmful UV rays damage the skin at the surface and cause wrinkles and other skin impediments that you may not see for 20+ years. That leads me back to the topic question – when should you start using an anti aging eye cream?

Well, there are a few schools of thought on that, but I’m going to go with the safe, sound answer.

You should start to use one once you are age eighteen.  Many skin care experts believe in the “dentalization” of skin care.  This means regular visits to see someone who knows what they are doing in regards to the skin, on a regular basis.  If you ask someone in the industry, you will hear an age as young as 14.

While you don’t have to start at age 14, you should become aware of wrinkles as early as that age.  You should know that things like smoking and other elements will affect your skin later in life. It’s best that you start using an eye cream EVERY DAY starting at around age thirty.  If you do this, your under-eye area will look younger and you will not have to spend so much money on the best wrinkle cream each and every month.

In short, being aware of wrinkles and aging at a young age will help you in the future.  If you start using anti aging routines, such as moisturizers, on a daily basis, you will be ahead of the game and have less wrinkles than your peers.  That’s a big thing that people will notice later in life.

Best of luck with the routine – and remember to read several eye cream reviews before buying eye creams.  Learn from other consumers before you make the same mistake they do.

1 Comment

  1. youreyesite
    June 1, 2009 at 4:34 am

    Thanks! Your post was very informative.

    BTW, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, beta-Carotene (pro-Vitamin A) and Carotenoids (Lutein & Zeaxanthin) are strong antioxidants i.e. they protect the eye against free radical damage. It seems reasonable to assume that strengthening of the eye defences by increasing the intake of these vitamins would be helpful in preventing the chronic Aging Eye diseases.

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