We are pleased and honored that Bel Mondo’s “Fresh Eyes” Bio Cellulose Treatment Mask has been nominated for a 2017 Aestheticians’ Choice Award. Bel Mondo’s…
Different people exhibit different reactions to allergens: watery eyes, runny nose, hives, sneezing, and coughing are just a few. Your skin, being the largest organ of your body, can also bear the brunt of your allergic reaction.
The delicate skin around the eye area is more susceptible to showing the signs of aging. And repetitive movements – like smiling – cause this delicate skin to begin to crease, causing the wrinkled skin known as “laugh lines,” “character lines,” or “crows feet.”
It’s common knowledge that the skin around our eye area is thinner and more delicate than the rest of the skin on our face. The first signs of aging, stress, poor health – are most commonly seen around the eyes. Which makes caring for the skin around our eyes both crucial and difficult.
It can be challenging to take proper care of the skin under and around your eyes. For starters, the skin under your eyes is considerably thinner than anywhere else on your body. Combine that with the fact that this area can betray everything from bad habits to bad heredity, and you realize how important it is to take good care of this delicate area,
Getting adequate sleep is crucial for maintaining good health. But it seems that, in our busy lives, few of us get the sleep we need. And that lack of sleep can become evident by the condition of our skin.
There are a few areas that can reveal your true age no matter how much you try to conceal things. Your eyes are one of the biggest culprits. Crows feet, sagging brows, droopy lids, and dark circles all show the world you’re losing the battle against father time.