How to apply Eye cream
  1. Start with a clean face: Before applying eye cream, cleanse your face using a gentle facial cleanser and pat the skin around the eyes dry with a soft towel. Ensuring that the area is clean allows for better absorption of the eye cream.

  2. Take a small amount: Using your ring finger or pinky finger, scoop out a small amount of eye cream from the jar or tube. Remember, a little goes a long way with eye cream.

  3. Dot the cream: Gently dot small amounts of eye cream along the orbital bone, which is the bone that surrounds the eye socket. Start from the inner corner of the under-eye area and move towards the outer corner. Avoid applying the cream too close to the lash line to prevent any product from getting into the eyes.

  4. Use gentle tapping motions: Using your ring finger or pinky finger, lightly tap and dab the eye cream onto the skin. The skin around the eyes is delicate, so avoid rubbing or pulling, as this can cause irritation or damage.

  5. Blend the cream: With the same finger, gently blend and massage the eye cream along the orbital bone in a circular motion. This helps the product to spread evenly and ensures that it is absorbed into the skin.

  6. Don't forget the upper eyelid: If your eye cream is safe for use on the eyelids, you can lightly pat a small amount onto the upper eyelid as well. Be cautious to avoid getting the product into your eyes.

  7. Allow absorption: Give the eye cream a few minutes to fully absorb into the skin before applying any other skincare products or makeup. This allows the active ingredients to work effectively.

  8. Repeat in the evening: For optimal results, it is recommended to apply eye cream both in the morning and evening as part of your skincare routine. Consistency is key to seeing the desired benefits.

By following these steps, you can properly apply eye cream and give your delicate eye area the care it deserves. Remember to choose an eye cream that suits your specific needs and skin concerns, and consult with a skincare professional if you have any specific questions or concerns.

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