Under Eye Bags
What Are Under Eye Bags?
The skin around our eyes is some of the thinnest skin in our bodies. That's why the area around our eyes can fluctuate so much in appearance even on a daily basis. If our bodies are retaining any extra fluid at all, the first symptom we'll notice is under eye bags.
Often, however, under eye bags aren't caused by fluid retention per se, but by an osmotic gradient. Even if you don't have an excessive amount of fluid in your body, fluid will always flow to areas where there's a higher concentration of salt. So if you eat salty potato chips before you go to bed, for example, you're setting yourself up for under eye bags in the morning.
Other issues that can contribute to under eye bags include allergies, sleeping on your stomach, going to sleep wearing makeup, imbibing excessive amounts of alcohol and rubbing your eyes frequently.
Then, of course, there's the aging process itself. As we age, the muscles around our eyes aren't quite as tight as they once were. They begin losing their battle against gravity. When muscles, ligaments and skin are affected by age, the underlying fat pockets push through.
What is the Best Treatment for Under Eye Bags?
The most effective and least expensive way to treat puffy eyes is with skin treatments, balms and creams that can moisturize and rehydrate the delicate area around the eyes.
Combine these skin treatments with cooling treatments that use traditional methods like cucumber slices or cold spoons. Cold causes the blood vessels in the areas around your eyes to constrict, and that will decrease swelling as well.
In today's culture, more and more people are turning to costly and unnecessary procedures like cosmetic surgery to get rid of under eye bags. Cosmetic surgery is very expensive, and despite what your cosmetic surgeon may tell you, it's not a permanent solution for puffy eyes or dark circles. In a few years, you will have to have the procedure performed all over again.
Research has discovered that the right skin treatment product in combination with cooling treatments is a very successful means of combating under eye bags.
Vivexin for Under Eye Bags
Vivexin is a revolutionary new eye cream that targets problem areas around the eye including under eye bags, dark circles and crow's feet wrinkles. Approximately 90 percent of Vivexin users reported a decrease in under eye puffiness in as little as two weeks after they began using it.
Vivexin locks in eye moisture through the synergistic action of traditional botanicals and trademarked ocular hydration agents:
- Haloxyl: A recent study proved that Haloxyl can reduce the appearance of dark under eye circles by as much as 70 percent in under two months.
- Eyeliss: Eyeliss is a synthetic peptide that reduces the fragility of capillaries around the eyes, thereby increasing skin elasticity. Peptides are proteins that promote collagen production.
- Matrixyl: Matrixyl is another synthetic peptide that stimulates the body into producing extra collagen, but isn't irritating to the skin.
Vivexin is one of the few products on the market that combats under eye bags, dark circles, crow's feet and wrinkles in a single skin cream treatment.