my name is ****** and I'm 33 years old and I have notice that the last 6 months my skin under the eye has become very dry... I do not smoke, and I drink enough water during the day and I have always put some eye cream on and nothing has any effect... the area around the eye still dry, even whe I put sun screen on it become even more evident because it is dry it become shiny and scaly like...
What else can I do?? What is the best eye cream to combat under eye dryness on the market?? Have you heard about eye vive?? Is it any good?
Get more sleep. It's the most straightforward step you can take to beat your dark circles. Aim for seven to eight hours of sleep a night. Tip: Sleep with your head elevated on a pillow to reduce any puffiness around the eyes. After this checkout All [url=http://www.beautifulpure.com/brands] Organic Brands [/url] for Skin Care products
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