Your facial skin is sensitive. That goes double for the skin around your eyes.
Too much rubbing of this skin causes wear and tear! Stop rubbing or scratching around your eyes, look better.
Sounds so simple, right?
But okay, why do we rub our eyes in the first place?!
- You're tired. We think you know the solution to this one – get consistent sleep!
- You're stressed. Different people find different solutions to stress and worry. We like yoga. Find the approach that works for you – it's important to manage your stress.
- You're allergic. Often we think of allergies causing nasal problems, but you can have specific eye allergies that might not affect your sinuses. If itchy eyes are a big problem for you, ask your doctor about testing for allergies.
Stay on top of these three issues and you'll help not only your skin but your overall health as well!
Want more tips on keeping your face looking its very best? We're collecting ideas big and small – check it out!
“You were given life; it is your duty (and also your entitlement as a human being) to find something beautiful within life, no matter how slight.”
― Elizabeth Gilbert
Elizabeth Gilbert is the author of Eat Pray Love and other books.
Take time to notice and appreciate the beautiful things and people around you today. Beauty and happiness are two of our 5 Cor Values.
"The thing that is really hard, and really amazing, is giving up on being perfect and beginning the work of becoming yourself."
- Anna Quindlen
Anna Quindlen is an American journalist and author, born in 1952.
This is such a great insight – we all strive to be our best, but false expectations of perfection can get in the way. Be your own amazing self today!
"If you're happy, if you're feeling good, then nothing else matters."
- Robin Wright
Robin Wright is an American actress born in 1966.
We love this quote – it's about beauty coming from the inside. Taking care of yourself and others is a way of surrounding yourself with happiness.
The holidays came and went in a blur! We wish for a happy, prosperous 2014 for each and every one of you.
At Cor we are always excited about the chance to refresh our perspective and set new goals. We took some time over the holiday season to reflect on the things that are most important to us as people and as a company. We have identified five values that reflect how we want to view and treat ourselves and others – our Cor Values.
These Cor Values are so important we've made them a lasting part of our website. You can find them here. We'd love it if you'll have a look and let us know what you think!