4 Delicious Superfoods That Fight Aging

Healthy woman eating blueberries and yogurt

When you look in the mirror, are you starting to see signs of aging? They can first show up around your eyes as crow’s feet or around your mouth and forehead as laugh lines. There are many skincare products that can help reduce and even reverse the signs of aging.

In addition to using high quality products, you can also fight aging by eating a diet filled with superfoods. These foods are filled with antioxidants that help your body fight pollutants and oxidation that leads to aging.

This isn’t just about having beautiful skin. It can also help you to have more energy, maintain a healthy weight, and reduce your risk of illnesses such as cancer and heart disease. Read on to learn some of the best super foods that fight aging.

Blueberries. Blueberries are a favorite food among many because of their sweet taste. But these are also very powerful when it comes to fighting aging. Blueberries are chock full of antioxidants that reduce inflammation in the body and can keep you looking and feeling young.

Try adding them to cereal or oatmeal when they’re in season. When they’re not in season during the winter months, you can use frozen berries. Try adding them to a smoothie for a healthy and delicious anti-aging treat.

Olive Oil. Olive oil is one of your best choices for cooking and for dressings. It’s made of monounsaturated fats that lower your risk of heart disease and cancer. The lipids in this superfood also help to give you moist skin and shiny hair.

The key to their power is in the polyphenols they contain. These are powerful antioxidants that will help you to stop and reverse the clock.

Fish. If you love to eat fish, you’re already enjoying one of nature’s most powerful superfoods. Fish, especially oily fish like salmon, contain omega-3 fats that reduce inflammation in your body. This causes them to reduce your risk of disease, lower your cholesterol, and reduce the rate of aging for your skin.

Dark Chocolate. You’ve probably thought of chocolate as an indulgent treat, but it’s actually a health food that fights the signs of aging. It has flavanols that work to improve your circulation and reduce your risk of diabetes and dementia.

To get this benefit you only need a small amount of dark chocolate each day. And the darker the chocolate, the healthier it will be for you. You won’t get the same effect from milk chocolate that has a low ration of cocoa to other ingredients.

By adding these foods to your diet you can enjoy tasty meals and delicious treats that will actually help you to look and feel more youthful.

Antioxidants Are A Key Component Of THAT Eye Cream

You’ve probably noticed that antioxidants are a recurring theme when it comes to anti aging foods and skin care products. That’s why the All-In-One Eye Gel is chock full of antioxidant ingredients.

Vitamin C and E along with Hesperidin Methyl Chalcone and green tea are all part of the eye-popping formula designed to diminish the look of dark circles, puffiness and crow’s feet. Haven’t tried it yet? Go over here and get some, your skin will love it!

Are Your Eyes Aging You? Here’s What You Need To Know Before Buying Another Anti Aging Eye Cream

Younger looking eyes start with the right eye cream.

As you age, one of the first areas to show it is the area of skin surrounding your eyes. The good news is that many of these tell-tale signs of aging are both preventable and to some extent, reversible. Let’s take a look at some of the most common problems that will cause your eyes to give away your age — or worse yet, make you look older than you really are!

Fine Lines And Wrinkles (aka “Crow’s Feet”)

Crow’s feet are often the first noticeable sign of aging. These are actually small lines that extend form the corners of the eye. The pattern looks like the feet of birds, which is how they get their name. These fine lines and wrinkles can become exacerbated by exposure to the sun as well as by smoking.

Dark Under Eye Circles

Dark circles are another problem that can make you look tired and worn out, even when you’re not. Often they’re an inherited trait, but they can result from various age-related factors as well.

Changes in pigment can cause under eye circles to make an appearance. And as you get older, the skin around the eyes gets thinner and this causes the blood vessels underneath to become more visible. Simply losing this youthful thickness in the skin can end up causing the appearance dark shadows or circles under the eyes that weren’t apparent before.

Deep-Set Eyes Can Cause Persistent Dark Circles

You can also get the appearance of dark circles because you have less fat in the area of your eye. This causes a hollow over the bone under your eye.  This hollowed out area produces a shadow and is sometimes referred to as having “deep-set” eyes. Combined with the thinner skin that comes with aging, this type of dark circle problem can be particularly difficult to deal with.

Puffiness And Bags

Puffy eyes are also a common beauty complaint and can happen at any age. Thinner, aging skin is impacted more by changes in your body’s fluid levels. When you have a lot of salt in your diet or you’re suffering from a cold you may notice more puffiness under and around the eyes.

The good news is that all of these problems are treatable. First, you’ll want to make sure to follow a great anti-aging skincare routine. Benefits include removing excess toxins and makeup that lead to aging skin, keeping skin plump and moisturized, as well as fighting off the most common signs of aging.

Follow A Regular Anti Aging Skin Care Plan

An effective yet gentle cleanser is a must. A good one won’t strip your skin of essential oils but it will remove daily dirt and grime that can clog your pores. You’ll also want to use a moisturizing cream designed to help boost the collagen levels in your skin. As collagen decreases naturally with age, the skin becomes thinner – you want to do as much as you can to prevent this from happening.

One ingredient that’s been shown to aid in collagen production is Matrixyl® 3000. Using a moisturizer that contains this ingredient will help fight aging and allow your skin to take on a rejuvenated appearance.

Finally, you’ll want to directly address issues around the eyes. For example, using an eye gel or serum containing antioxidants is a must. Eye creams with “hesperidin methyl chalcone” (a natural antioxidant derived from citrus) will help to reduce the look of dark circles.

Start With The Right Under Eye Treatment

Keep in mind the best eye cream products will also work to combat crow’s feet and puffiness. We suggest trying THAT Eye Cream’s All-In-One Eye Gel with Vitamin C to give your eyes a fighting chance against the common signs of aging.

Following the right anti-aging skincare routine will help to treat the signs of aging around your eyes. You’ll be able to not only prevent future problems, but you can also reverse some of the signs you’re already seeing right now.

THAT Eye Cream™ Reviews Are Coming In

It’s always exciting to get positive eye cream reviews from customers… and we’ve had quite a few of them already (and we’d LOVE to have more). Although not as much fun, critical reviews are also helpful because they let us know what our customers want and help us strive to find appropriate solutions. It’s all a very positive process.

Not too long ago we asked Faye to give THAT Eye Cream™’s All-In-One Eye Gel with Vitamin C a try and let us know her thoughts about it. Fortunately she was able to make a review video for us to share with you. Take a look at what she had to say…

Faye, in her own words:

“I’ve had dark circles my whole life, it’s something I inherited from my Mom. But as I’ve gotten older and busier and more stressed, the dark circles have gotten a lot worse. And of course I’m starting to get wrinkles now too so I’m being a lot more conscious about how I take care of myself.

If I don’t get enough sleep or get the proper nutrition, my eyes just really show it. I’ve tried a lot of different eye creams and I found one that I think I’m finally going to be loyal to for a long time. It’s called THAT Eye Cream™ and you can get it on Amazon.

It’s got vitamin C in it, it’s got green tea extract so it’s anti-inflammatory and helps with puffiness. It’s helped reduce the dark circles. I’m really, really pleased with this product. It’s very sensitive for my eyes. I wear contacts and I have sensitive eyes and the other night I actually got some in my eye and it didn’t sting at all. Check it out… THAT Eye Cream™. This stuff is a really good product.”

Full Disclosure: We asked Faye to make this video and provided her with a complimentary bottle of the All-In-One Eye Gel with Vitamin C for evaluation. However, we did not tell her what to say about it. The video contains her own opinion based on her personal experience with the product.

Get THAT Eye Cream™ Today!

Want to see for yourself how THAT Eye Cream™ can help your dark circles, puffiness and crow’s feet? Give it a try today… visit www.GetThatEyeCream.com to place your order for the All-In-One Eye Gel with Vitamin C.

Three Important Vitamin C Skin Benefits Every Woman Over 30 Needs To Know About

Vitamin C is an important part of any skincare routine.

Do you think cosmetic injections are inevitable?

Many women over 30 are led to believe they’ll eventually need some sort of cosmetic procedure if they want to maintain younger looking skin. While having injections or going under the knife might appeal to a certain segment of the population, we believe most women prefer using a more natural approach whenever possible.

If you’re concerned with aging skin (and who isn’t these days), you’ll definitely want to take a look at the top 3 vitamin C skin benefits we found to help you look your absolute best.

Benefit #1: Increased Production of Collagen

Vitamin C is widely recognized as being important to skin health and appearance. One of the main reasons is because it helps increase our own natural collagen production.

You may have heard that decreased collagen levels are responsible for many signs of aging we regularly see on the skin. Collagen is a protein that is naturally abundant in younger skin. It helps with elasticity and firmness.

Fine lines and wrinkles are often the result of collagen breakdown. Building it back up can help reduce the appearance of wrinkles and give a more youthful appearance. If you’ve started to notice these aging signs, it might be time to look at the amount of vitamin C you’re taking in.

Benefit #2: Protection Against Free Radicals

When you’re younger there’s no shortage of vitamin C in the skin. Because it’s a powerful antioxidant, it helps protect the skin against free radicals and the damage they cause.

What are free radicals exactly? Without getting too scientific, they’re basically unstable molecules that contribute to the breakdown of collagen as we age. This of course leads to the tell-tale signs of aging such as fine lines and wrinkles that frustrate so many women as they get older.

The skin is exposed to damaging free radicals on a daily basis in the form of pollution, ultra-violet light and other environmental factors. Declines in vitamin C that come with age tend to make the resulting problem worse for the skin’s appearance and health.

When you optimize vitamin C levels, you get both the antioxidant and increased collagen production benefits that go along with it. They work together beautifully.

Benefit #3: Sun Damage Protection and Repair

While not a substitute for using sunscreen, vitamin C is said to offer some protection against sun damage. There’s also some evidence that suggests certain types can help repair the skin, including lightening up dark spots and minimizing the appearance of fine lines.

This means that before you decide to treat age spots or skin discoloration with laser treatments or chemical peels, it’s a good idea to optimize your levels of vitamin C first. Look at both internal and external options. Consider using a combination of both for best results.

Vitamin C-rich foods, supplements and topical treatments can be used together to fight against the signs of aging. It’s truly a case of something that’s good for your skin also being beneficial to your overall health. Interesting how it usually works out that way, isn’t it?

Need an effective under eye serum with vitamin C?

By the way, if you’d like to try an effective vitamin C serum for the delicate eye area, be sure to take a look at our All-In-One Eye Gel with Vitamin C. It’s perfect for women and men of all ages who want to improve the appearance of dark circles, under eye puffiness and crow’s feet.

How To Get Rid Of Bags Under Eyes: 3 Steps To Solving Under Eye Puffiness

Calm under eye bags and puffiness naturally.

It might seem impossible to you right now, but there is a way to get rid of bags and puffiness under your eyes. If you’re ready to cut through all the confusing information about puffy, baggy eyes then you’ll want to keep reading. The 3 simple steps that follow will have your eyes looking their best in no time!

Step #1: Bring The Swelling Down

Although this step is just a short-term fix, it’s important because you want the look of your eyes to return to normal as quickly as possible. This will relieve discomfort and also help you feel a lot better about your appearance immediately. No one wants to draw attention to puffy, baggy eyes if they don’t have to.

Here’s how you relieve puffiness in no time flat… find something soothing and cool to put on your eyes for a few minutes. Cucumbers, used tea bags (make sure they’re cool) or raw potato slices will help a lot in the short-term. If you suffer from under eye puffiness a lot in the mornings, you might find it makes sense to invest in a cooling gel eye mask.

Use this when you first get up in the morning, before getting ready for your day. It will take a few minutes to get the best results – give it about 15 to 20 minutes. You can lay down and relax, think about the upcoming day or listen to music. Think of it as “me time” and it will fly by!

Step #2: Deal With The Root Cause

This step is critical because if you don’t address the root cause of your under eye puffiness, those nasty bags will keep coming back. In fact, this is the mistake most people make – they continue to treat for immediate results but never think about why the problem happened in the first place.

First you’ll want to determine whether your problem is chronic or just an occasional thing. If your eyes only get puffy when you cry or stay out late, the quick fixes mentioned in step 1 will work just fine. But if you suffer from puffiness on a regular basis, it’s likely that something else is going on that you’ll want to deal with.

The most common reasons for under eye bags include allergies, sinus problems and chronic sleep issues. All of these can be related. Sometimes if you treat the allergy and sinus symptoms, you’ll start sleeping better. All of these problems can lead to the fluid retention and buildup under the eyes which is commonly referred to as “bags”. Aging is another factor to consider. Be sure to check with your doctor if you’re not sure what’s causing the puffiness to rule out any underlying medical conditions.

Step #3: Treat And Maintain Results

Steps 1 and 2 are important for both dealing with the problem and taking care of the immediate concern – looking presentable to go out in public when you need to. It’s also important to have an action plan for treating this common skin concern as well as maintaining a smooth, baggage-free zone under the eyes. Fortunately there are many good products to help you do this.

When I shop for skin care products I like to keep a couple of things in mind and I suggest you do too. First, always look for ingredients that address the issues you’re concerned about. Sometimes one cream will do everything and other times you may have to combine products to get the results you want. Second, the product must do its job without the addition of any harmful components. For me, it’s a priority to make sure any product I use is paraben-free.

What types of ingredients address under eye puffiness and bags?

Think cooling and soothing. Ingredients like aloe and cucumber make sense. In addition, a peptide called Acetyl Tetrapeptide-5 has been known to help with puffiness and bags. It does this by addressing problems with retained fluids that build up in the eye area. It also helps to enhance the texture and elasticity of the skin. Be sure to look for similar ingredients designed to address the exact issues you want help with.

Follow these 3 steps and you’ll know as much as anyone about how to get rid of bags under eyes and decrease unwanted puffiness. The key is to take action on all 3 steps if your puffiness is a recurring problem. Take care of the short-term appearance issues now, but don’t forget to go for the long-term results you really want.

By the way, if you need help with step 3, you’ll want to check out the All-In-One Eye Gel with Vitamin C from THAT Eye Cream™. It helps with puffiness, dark circles, crow’s feet and more. Click here to check it out

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If you’re reading this page right now, you’re in for a big treat. Why? Because we’re just getting started around here. THAT Eye Cream™ is a brand-new product line focused on the all-important under eye area.

The first product in the line is extra-special because it addresses many of the common concerns most women (and men) have. It’s called the All-In-One Eye Gel with Vitamin C and it’s launching on Amazon.com in just a few days. More information will be available soon so please check back.

You can also look forward to enjoying lots of important and cutting-edge information about skin care as the site grows. You never know when one of the featured beauty tips and tricks might make all the difference to your daily routine and look.