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H-Glow Formula

What are crow's feet?

Crows feet are those wrinkles that appear on the outer corner of the eyes.

They are caused by the loss of collagen and elasticity in the skin as well as the muscle contractions that appear when making facial expressions.

There are two types of crows feet, namely "dynamic" and "static".

Dynamic crows feet are temporary and disappear when the facial expression changes.

However, static crow's feet are permanent and remain visible all the time.


How to prevent crow's feet in the first place?

Such prevention involves lifestyle changes, taking care of your skin as well as some other prevention suggestions.

  1. Sun protection for the face as the sun can accelerate skin aging and contribute to wrinkles and crow's feet.  Shade the face from the sun with a big hat as well as sun glasses.

    • Skincare routine by using an eye serum specifically designed for the delicate skin around the eyes.  At the same time, avoid harsh rubbing or pulling when removing makeup or cleansing your face. Use a gentle cleanser to avoid damaging the skin.

    • Healthy lifestyle habits include staying well hydrated by drinking plenty of water throughout the day.  In addition, a balanced diet rich in antioxidants (such as fruits, vegetables, and nuts) to protect your skin from oxidative stress.  Avoid smoking as this accelerates skin aging and contributes to wrinkles while alcohol consumption can dehydrate the skin and lead to premature aging.

    • Consider your sleep position and pillow choice as sleeping on your back reduces pressure on the delicate eye area and minimizes the risk of developing wrinkles while using a silk pillowcase is gentler on the skin and reduces friction.

    • Eye exercises and massage can be very helpful.  For example, regularly blink your eyes to keep the muscles active and improve blood circulation while using your ring finger to gently massage the eye area in circular motions can help relax the muscles and improve lymphatic drainage.

     H-Glow Formula

    Although wrinkles are part of the process of getting older, their appearance can be diminished with extra care and natural wrinkle products. H-Glow Formula is formulated to reduce wrinkles on the face, neck and hands and on the body in a natural, gentle way. When topically applied directly to the wrinkles using a small amount of formula, the constituents of H-Glow Formula will help smooth the appearance of wrinkles.

    There are other ways to help prevent crow's feet

    • One is astaxanthin which is an excellent adjunct to vitamin D, acting as an internal sunscreen when it helps to protect the skin from all types of radiation.  At the same time, astaxanthin works to rejuvenate the skin, improving: crow’s feet wrinkle size and elasticity; age spot size; moisture content and loss; skin texture; and sebum oil level.
    • Another is to avoid dietary sugars as well as food cooked at high temperatures which could lead to aging and wrinkles because of the link with glycation.
    • Avoid using face wipes to clean the makeup from your face each night as these are not a good idea as they have so many varied ingredients and if they contain alcohol, your face will become dried out after use.  It is thought that they could even contribute to the appearance of wrinkles.
    • Garlic is one of the best sources of sulfur, which is necessary for collagen production in the body as well as providing lipoic acid and taurine that help rebuild collagen fibers that have been damaged.

     H-Glow Formula

    If you can change to healthy lifestyle choices for improved collagen for your skin, from the inside out, then applying our own H-Glow Formula for additional help from the outside in.

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