Studies have shown that eye area’s one of the biggest indicators of your real age. Whether it’s puffiness, wrinkles or maybe dark circles, these signs age you. So here are a few quick tips to help your eyes look brighter and younger, as part of our prescription. First, fill in your eyebrows. If your brows are thin and sparse, your features fade and you can look older. Defined brows help open up and lift your eyes. Next, don’t skip your eye exams. So very important. Of the estimated 61 million U.S. adults at high risk for vision loss, only half have visited an eye doctor in the last 12 months. Only half. Not only are these exams important for your vision, they’re also, believe it or not, important for your skin. All of that extra squinting that you do, that can lead to permanent wrinkles between your brows and crows feet. We don’t want that. No!
No. My third tip, which I know Doctor Ordon agrees with completely, is to maintain a good skincare routine. Absolutely correct, Doctor Travis. Having a good beauty routine, can help fight the visible signs of aging. I know you’re lookin’, checking for some. I’m lookin’ at ’em right now. And may even help promote healthy collagen. It’s all about collagen.