The Wrinkles / Fine Lines On The Eyelids (bottom) Do Not Disappear?
Hello, I want to discuss and ask about wrinkles.
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Excessive crying can cause the muscles around the eyes to contract so violently that the surrounding skin will appear wrinkled (wrinkled). This can be exacerbated also by aging, the habit of rubbing the skin excessively, xerosis (dry skin), lack of good nutrition for the skin, allergies, use of inappropriate skin care products, skin inflammation (for example due to contact dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, psoriasis. ,), and various other factors.
If it only occurs as a result of the habit of crying, this condition shouldn't be dangerous and will get better on its own without requiring special treatment. However, if your complaint lasts for days, then you should go to a doctor or skin specialist to be evaluated for other possible factors that aggravate it. Thus, the doctor can give you the best treatment according to the factors underlying your complaint. Depending on the cause of your complaint later, this condition can be treated with special creams or other medical measures, such as lasers, botox injections, filler injections, dermabrasion, microdermabrasion, surgery, and so on.
Here are some natural remedies that you can do at home:
No longer crying excessively
Expand to drink 2 to 3 liters of water a day
Eat lots of vegetables and fruit that are brightly colored and good for nourishing the skin
Use skin care products that suit your skin type
Avoid rubbing the skin excessively
Avoid using cosmetics that are too thick, clean cosmetics before bedtime
Do facial exercises regularly
Compress the skin area that looks wrinkled with cucumber slices
Do not smoke
Also do not consume alcohol
Protect your skin from exposure to direct sunlight, by limiting going out during the day and using sunscreen
Sleep regularly, not too late at night
Get diligent exercise
Finally, avoid using drugs or giving careless handling to treat wrinkles on the skin around the eyes without a direct recommendation from a doctor or skin specialist.
I hope this helps.