Preventing crow's feet with solar screen shades

Jun 29 2010

Preventing crow's feet with solar screen shades
Preventing crow's feet with solar screen shades
People tend to assume crow's feet, the wrinkles at the corners of your eyes, come with age. This isn't necessarily the case, suggests AllAntiAging.com. The development of crow's feet is preventable, given the right approach.

The news source recommends that people should avoid staring at computer monitors for long periods of time or try taking a break every 15 minutes. Applying sunscreen at the corners of your eyes, where the skin is especially vulnerable to UV rays can also help.

Lotions and creams can also stop crow's feet from forming by keeping skin young and supple.

The root cause of these creases is squinting and, especially in areas with harsh sunlight, squinting is almost inevitable. Unless you want to wear sunglasses in the house, shades that allow some light into a room but eliminate glare are a great option for preventing crow's feet.

If a window is shining into a computer room, laundry room or the kitchen where dishes are washed, harsh afternoon sunlight can be turned into a soft glow by hanging solar screen shades. These shades guarantee protection from the sun, but also still allow daylight into the house.
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