De-Aging Your Eyes: 5 Steps to a Younger You

De-Aging Your Eyes: 5 Steps to a Younger You

When you start to age, your eyes show the first signs through wrinkles and bags. You may notice the aging of your eyes before any other facial features since the eyelids and the skin under your eyes are some of the thinnest on the body. At McCracken Eye and Face Institute, we take every eye wrinkle seriously, and we provide a number of effective ways to help you with de-aging your eyes.

From home remedies to over-the-counter solutions, to more permanent procedures, here are 5 ways that you can start de-aging your eyes and restoring a younger you as soon as possible.

De-Aging Your Eyes

1. Drink Lots of Water

Let’s start with the basics. Drinking water and staying hydrated is one of the most helpful things you can do for your skin, especially thin skin that has seen the effects of aging.

But how does drinking water really help?

According to Healthline, drinking water can reduce your eye bags, since the bags form as a reaction to dehydration. Try drinking up to 13 cups of water, or other hydrating fluids, each day.

2. Invest in an SPF Eye Cream

There are a few over-the-counter solutions that you can use to bring moisture back into your skin and start de-aging your eyes. Whenever you plan on going out in the sun, make sure to use an eye cream that has at least SPF 20 (but preferably higher).

Our experts recommend an eye cream that is also infused with antioxidants, which can bring essential vitamins and nutrients back into the skin while keeping it shielded from the sun’s harmful rays.

3. Drink and Use Herbal Tea

This is an especially effective home remedy if you have puffy eyes. Create a compress out of cold green tea, since it contains so many antioxidants to reduce the swelling.

You can also drink tea as a way to stay hydrated while giving your skin all of the nutrients it needs to stay healthy and youthful.

This is one of the top home remedies suggested by leading beauty and skincare companies such as Allure. For more ideas, check out Allure’s skincare glossary to see what you can use at home to rid your eyes of wrinkles and bags.

4. Get a Blepharoplasty

If none of the above solutions reduce the way your eyes look and feel, it may be time to consult with one of our leading experts about your eye surgery options. This is a recommended treatment for those whose eyes are starting to sag or gain dark circles, making them look constantly tired.

The best way to see a huge visual improvement in the way your eyes look is to get upper eyelid surgery in order to reduce sagging. Dr. Michael McCracken is a top eye surgeon, and our blepharoplasty procedures are guaranteed to restore your face to a more youthful look.

5. Consult a Dermatologist

If you have a dermatologist you trust, you might want to speak with them to ask about rejuvenating treatments. Some skincare professionals offer microneedling and other remedies to reduce wrinkles and scarring under the eyes.

What you’re looking for is a rejuvenating treatment that heals the skin by helping to reduce the signs and symptoms of aging. It’s all about getting rid of the damage that has been done to this thin area of skin over time.

De-aging Your Eyes

At McCracken Eye and Face Institute, we know that the longer you wait, the more apparent your signs of aging will be. Our treatments and procedures are top-of-the-line solutions to reducing the wrinkles and bags on your aging skin. For a more youthful appearance, get in touch with our experts today! You can contact us online or give us a call at (720) 851-6600 to schedule your appointment.