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One of the biggest signs of aging is wrinkles around your eyes. By causing you to look far older than you are, wrinkles around your eyes can quickly be reversed by both surgical and non-surgical options. If you want to get rid of the wrinkles around your eyes but don’t want to go under the knife to do so, consider these non-surgical solutions. Read on to learn more.


One of the easiest and most popular ways to get rid of the wrinkles around your eyes is by getting Botox injections. By working to soften the lines around your eyes, Botox can make you look years younger in just a few days. Lasting around 3-5 months, Botox will temporarily alleviate your wrinkles without you having to undergo any surgery.

Eye Cream

Wrinkles are caused by a variety of things including the elements around you. Things like the sun and wind can dry your skin out and cause wrinkles. To prevent your skin from drying out, use an eye cream or serum under your eyes both day and night. Although eye creams won’t necessarily reverse the damage and signs of aging that you have, they can help protect you from aging more.

Face Masks

As mentioned previously, wrinkles can be caused by dehydration. By using a hydrating face mask, you can restore the moisture to your skin— especially around your eyes. Hydrating face masks are so popular right now that many people are using them during long flights so that their skin doesn’t dry out. When using a face mask, make sure that you only use it once or twice a week because it can cause conflicting results such as dry skin.

Although there are surgical solutions like facelifts and brow lifts that can help you get rid of the fine lines and wrinkles around your eyes, there are other alternatives like Botox, eye cream, and face masks that you can use. To learn more about non-surgical solutions to get rid of your eye wrinkles, contact Dr. David K. Funt.

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