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How to Combat Dark Aging Eyelids

How to Combat Dark Aging Eyelids - A Guide to Dark Aging EyelidsDark eyelids are a common problem associated with aging, but you donít just have to sit back and let your eyes give away your age. There are ways to combat dark eyelids helping you to restore your youthful beauty once again.

The best methods for fighting dark eyelids, dark circles under the eye and other common signs of aging will vary from person to person. Pick a few from this list and try them out. Keep trying until you find the best beauty regime for your skin type. Always consult with your doctor before trying new products and always follow the manufacturerís directions for use.

Eye Creams
It seems like there is an eye cream for every skin type and every budget. Eye creams are a common way to restore vital skin nutrients, to moisturize and to hydrate tired skin. Apply eye creams to clean skin following the directions on the bottle. When applying eye creams be careful not to get the product in the eye as it can be irritating. Some products are formulated only for use around the eye, not on the eyelid, so read the packaging carefully.

Skin Brighteners
Skin brighteners can lighten dark areas of the skin giving the face a youthful glow. Some botanical skin brighteners include kojic acid and licorice. Look for eye creams that contain these botanical substances to lighten and brighten the skin around your eyes.

Sunscreen
Prevention is often better than trying to resolve a problem. Sunscreen can be an effective way to protect your skin and reduce the signs of aging, even around the eyes. Most sunscreens can be very irritating to the delicate eye area so choose a product specifically designed for use on the face. Wear sunscreen every day, even if you wonít be spending much time outside; the sunís rays can cause damage even on a cloudy day.

Coconut Oil
If youíre looking for a natural eye cream consider using coconut oil. This oil is a popular natural skin care choice. The oil is solid at room temperature making it easy to apply. If you want a creamier texture you can whip the coconut oil before applying.

Concealer
Using makeup to camouflage the appearance of darkness can be an effective tactic as well. Apply the concealer to the affected area and top with your favorite makeup. In the case of dark eye lids an eye shadow over the concealer may work well. Using makeup isnít just for accentuating beauty; it can also be used to hide imperfections and to cover the signs of aging.

Facial Masks
In addition to daily use products you can use facial masks to add a little nourishment to your skin. As an added bonus a mask can be a lot of fun, especially if you do it with friends. Try making your own facial masks using ingredients from your own kitchen.

When to See a Doctor
While many eye treatments can be purchased over the counter, it is always a good idea to consult with your doctor if you have any concerns. A dermatologist may be able to help you find good solutions to skin problems like dark eye lids.

Dark eyelids might be a common sign of aging, but there are things you can do. Try these methods to brighten your skin and restore a youthful and healthy appearance.

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