Keep an Eye on Your Makeup Expiration Dates
This one is for those who love a bit of color on their face. Be sure to use only the best makeup. Remember that Instagram tutorial you’ve been dying to try? Go for it but make sure your eyeliner, shadow, and mascara are all far from expired and not suspiciously cheap.
Give Your Eyes a Break!
As we all know, staring at your screen for long periods of time can cause eye strain, headaches, and pains in your neck and back. Think about investing in some blue light glasses. Our mobile phones and laptop screens can expose us to excessive levels of High Energy Visible Light (HEV). In addition to reducing headaches and eye strain, blue light lenses also decrease the amount of HEV that enters the eyes from devices.
Eat Right for Your Eyes
Make sure that you include foods that contain omega-3 fats, such as oily fish, seeds, and nuts, during the colder months in order to maintain healthy eyes. Additionally, fruits and vegetables, which contain a high amount of vitamin C, are a good choice.
Bye-bye Dry Eyes
Winter can be as tough on your eyes as it is on your skin. Hydrate throughout the day, drinking plenty of water and fluids. Especially if you plan to spend a lot of time outdoors, buy some eye drops if your eyes get dry. No matter how tempting it is to sit next to a warm fire at night, too much warmth can also cause your eyes to dry out. To prevent dry heat and retain moisture in the air, we encourage you to invest in a humidifier. Humidifiers can provide you with much-needed moisture and lubrication to keep your eyes lubricated throughout the colder months.