How To Get Rid Of Wrinkles Under The Eyes?
Hello, I am 15 years old. Recently, I have noticed that how come my eyes are wrinkled so fine? During long holidays I often stay up until 2 or 3 o’clock, but usually until 12 o’clock. When I entered school, I had to go to bed as usual at 9 o’clock 9.30 and woke up at 05.30. My mother doesn’t have wrinkles under her eyes. Beliay is 36 years old. My father was the same. For eye care, I did not pay attention to it because I thought my face was very oily so I didn’t need eyecream. But why are they still wrinkled, black, and pockets? Please the solution
Hello Rvngecc, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com. I will try to answer your question.
Fine lines are indeed a physiological / normal sign of aging in individuals with middle adulthood, starting between 20 years, especially 30 years, normally the fine lines already appear. However, it will be different if experienced by 16 or 18 year olds. Some of the following explanations can be the cause of the appearance of fine wrinkles under the eyes that you also experience, including:
Eat unhealthy foods. Consuming foods that are too much sugar, salt, preservatives and contain bad fats can make the skin easy to wrinkle, especially under the eyes, which is the most sensitive skin on the body. So that a little food that is not nutritious and makes a buildup of oxidation, it will quickly appear in the under eye area. Another negative impact on facial skin is the appearance of acne as a manifestation of accumulated toxins that are metabolized in the body, and cause skin to break out easily. Lack of time to rest. Many studies have shown that the use of cell phones / cellphones has an impact on the lack of rest / sleep in adolescents, who most often spend time chatting, playing games, surfing in cyberspace / social media. Lack of rest / hours of sleep means that the skin does not have a chance to regenerate, so it looks wrinkled and pockets. Lack of awareness of adolescents in caring for skin. Most of the teenagers, do not really pay attention to the health and the need for skin to regenerate. Many teenagers think that washing your face is enough to keep facial skin healthy, even though what your skin needs is not only clean. The skin nutrients found in moisturizers and sunscreens to protect the skin are also needed to stay healthy and moisturized. Stress. Adolescents are a condition full of emotional instability, so they are easily stressed and are still not good enough at managing stress properly. Excessive stress can cause the appearance of fine wrinkles and dark circles on the eyes prematurely. Inadequate body nutrition. Nutrition is not only needed at lunch or dinner, in fact many school teenagers often skip breakfast, while the body also needs adequate nutrition to start a busy day at school. Drastic weight loss. Sometimes teenagers like to experiment with something interesting to try, like trying a diet in their own way, so that losing weight is considered an extraordinary achievement, while there are other effects on their bodies, one of which is on the skin under the eyes which begins to wrinkle. Smoking and drinking alcohol. Lack of exercise. After we know more or less what the causes are, we can actually draw conclusions on how to prevent and treat them temporarily before further consulting with a dermatologist. Here I will inform you how to prevent and early handling you can do, namely:
Start eating healthy and nutritious foods. Start by eating enough vegetables and fruit, for fruit, choose fresh fruit, not preserved or sweetened. Avoid foods that are ready to eat, contain lots of sugar, flour, oil, and artificial preservatives. Fruits and vegetables contain lots of antioxidants which are very useful for preventing premature aging. Get enough rest and sleep. In a day an individual needs a minimum of 6 hours to 8 hours to sleep, give time for the skin to regenerate optimally, because skin regeneration occurs only at night. Good stress management. Naturally, teenagers' emotions are still fluctuating, but stress management is needed so that it doesn't affect the health of the body, including skin health. There are many ways to reduce stress, one of which is by exercising, listening to music, distracting attention / activities with positive things, hanging out with friends, or just hanging out with pets. Use sunscreen to protect the skin, including cream for the eyes, and can be added with sunglasses with anti-sun lenses. Natural oils such as jojoba oil, rosehip oil, argan oil can be used under the eyes, are useful for maintaining eye moisture and avoiding dry / dehydrated under eye skin. A little of what I have informed, hopefully useful. That is all and thank you.