We know it feels good to do so sometimes but rubbing your eyes too hard can cause blood flow damage and in some cases, cause your retina to weaken.
Instead, if your eye gets itchy or dry, use some eye drops and close your eyes for a while.
2. You Forget To Apply Sunscreen Around Your Eyes
The skin surrounding your eyes are extremely thin yet we often forget to apply sunscreen on them. Yes, even your eyelids need sunscreen. That’s because, hyperpigmentation tends to affect thinner skin faster, causing your eye bags to get even worse.
3. You Don't Remove Eye Makeup Properly
Not removing eye makeup properly can cause hyperpigmentation and dryness on the skin surrounding your eyes. In fact, neglecting to remove eye makeup properly can lead to eye infection and irritation.
4. You Wash Your Face With Hot Water
You might think that the steam from hot water helps to open up and cleanse the pores on your skin but, hot water can cause the dark circles around your eyes to worsen because it cause irritation to happen.
Instead, be sure to remove your makeup properly with an oil cleanser and then proceed to gentle wash your face with lukewarm water.
5. You Scrub Your Face Too Hard
Whenever you scrub your face as part of your cleansing routine, be sure to do so gently. Scrubbing your face too hard can damage it and over time, your skin’s thickness will be greatly reduced.