Eye wrinkles can have a number of different causes – we’ll go into the most common ones here, as well as offering some ways to reduce the appearance of them.
The skin around your eyes is thinner
The skin around your eyes is thinner than the rest of the skin on your face, and it boasts plenty of blood vessels too. As a result, the skin here will start to age earlier – you’re likely to notice lines and wrinkles here earlier than you might elsewhere on your face. It could be as simple as incorporating an extra product or two into your skincare routine!
Dry skin under the eyes
If the skin around your eyes is dry, this can amplify fine lines and wrinkles. Fortunately, you can simply look out for a moisturising eye cream or a serum to keep your skin hydrated for no more dry skin under your eyes. Why not try our Revitalift Filler 2.5% Hyaluronic Acid + Caffeine Eye Serum? Its triple-roller applicator offers a stimulating massage and instant refreshing and hydrating action, replumping eye wrinkles and brightening dark circles too.
UV damage from the sun
The sun’s ultraviolet rays can damage the collagen in your skin, leading to a loss of plumpness and the likelihood of early wrinkles.