Dry Skin Under Your Eyes
Washing your face frequently, especially during the cold weather, can dry up your skin by eliminating the lipids that make up the skin barrier. The skin may become dehydrated, dry, and itchy as a result of this.
A breakdown in the skin’s barrier function leads the skin to lose moisture and impair its capacity to bind water, resulting in dry skin. What’s the best way to deal with dry skin around the eyes? You’ll need to include items in your skincare routine that don’t impair the skin’s ability to retain hydration and, ideally, replenish the skin’s lost natural moisture to properly treat dry, itchy skin around the eyes.
Use a high-quality Vitamin C face cream on a daily bases, ideally organic and plant-based one. Lately, it’s becoming more and more popular to use niacinamide and vitamin C either by mixing them together or applying them separately.
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Best routine for dry skin around eyes
You have to start using natural, vegan Retinol and Vitamin C. Vitamin C serum is good for mornings while Retinol is best for during the night. These two will help protect, nourish, and rejuvenate your skin.
Washing your face twice a day, in the morning and at night, should become a habit. Use a mild, soap-free face cleanser with gentle strokes and lukewarm water instead of hot water. Apply a mild oil-based moisturizer such as Retinol serum after patting the skin dry. A tiny amount should be applied to the delicate eye area. If you’re using retinol-based products, or tretinoin vs retinol, make sure to switch to a vegan retinol because it’s best for the most sensitive under-eye skin. There is no skin purging with plant-based Retinol products.
Sun exposure and dry skin – what to do?
To protect dry skin around the eyes from UV damage, reduce sun exposure by wearing sunscreen and protective sunglasses outside. If you’re applying sunscreen on dry skin, be sure it’s UV-blocking and also contains hydrating ingredients to keep the skin hydrated. Sunscreens with irritant smells and colorants should be avoided because they can cause skin irritation.