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Simply Eye Serum for Tired Eyes and More


The skin around the eyes is extra sensitive and can be one of the first areas to show aging including lines under the eyes, puffiness and dark circles.  All the symptoms of tired eyes.

Regardless of what skin type you have, you can be sure that the skin around the eyes is sensitive. This is because the skin in this area is thinner, and is where a lot of blood vessels are found. This same area is prone to darkening and redness due to factors such as lack of rest, lack of hydration and a poor or unsuitable skincare routine.

But how can you deal with these signs of tired eyes - the unwanted lines under the eyes, the puffiness or the dark circles?

We share some suggestions...

The use of make up in the form of covering up

Always use a delicate touch!  This is because heavy concealers and foundations will easily overwhelm delicate eye skin.  Even though they might lighten the appearance of dark circles, they will also emphasize whatever texture is there.  This could be fine lines, deeper wrinkles or dry skin. 

Check your stress levels

The fact that lack of sleep causes dark circles isn’t just an old wives’ tale. It has been scientifically proven!  So make sure you’re getting enough sleep for your body to feel relaxed and rested - as well as your skin too!



Hydration is so important!

That skin under your eyes is some of the thinnest on your body meaning that if you don’t drink enough water, it becomes even thinner.  Ideally, try to drink eight or more glasses of water per day.  It becomes even more important to hydrate if you drink coffee or alcohol. 



Rule out a medical problem

Sudden dark circles or those that have been present for a while (when they are not usual for you) may be a sign of something going on inside your body.   If you are worried, seek some medical advice as a precaution.

The natural solution: Simply Eye Serum

Simply Eye Serum is an all natural, cruelty free solution.  You can find out all about it here.  Remember that the skin around the eyes is especially sensitive and always apply the Serum with the tip of your third finger because that is the finger with the lightest touch.

Simple Eye Serum

Consider giving our own Simply Eye Serum a go!

To promote clear and lustrous skin around the eyes, the central focus of your face and reflection of inner beauty!  

Simply Eye Serum targets dark circles and those bags under the eyes with its all natural ingredients made from a blend of pure natural essential oils and cold pressed or expeller pressed precious oils, helping to tighten and tone the delicate skin around the eyes.

Those important ingredients include:

  • Almond oil which has emollient properties that help the skin balance water loss while relieving any irritation and inflammation.
  • Rosemary essential oil contains the anti-inflammatory agents caffeic acid and rosemarinic acid which can act as a mild diuretic to reduce swelling and puffiness. It also helps to strengthen capillaries and reduce inflammation.
  • The exquisite Baobab oil absorbs quickly and contains vitamins A, E and F as well as phytosterols which encourage new collagen production.
  • Frankincense essential oil is a beauty favorite and promotes healthy cell regeneration to keep existing cells and tissues healthy and...
  • Cypress essential oil to stimulate the all important blood flow.




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