Eye Care from Bindi
by Pratima Raichur - Founder of Bindi
here for Bindi Products
This cream uses the light, warming energy
of saffron to moisturize and rejuvenate the under-eye area, banishing and preventing
wrinkles. Gently massage cream around the eye at night time. Ingredients include Ghee
(clarified butter), essential oils of Rose, Saffron and Mint.
vibrant eyes are a sign of good health. However, the area directly under the eyes does not
have sebaceous glands to lubricate the skin. As a result, it is the most delicate part of
the complexion and the first to show signs of aging. Stress, anxiety, sun, overwork, dim
or bright light all strain the eyes and lead to crows feet and fine lines
This sweet, warm, minty mask soothes and calms the area around your eyes
which helps drain the lymphatic fluids that causes the puffiness. Ingredients include
Tulsi which acts as a refreshing tonic and Mint that has the elements to soothe and cool.
recommends these simple methods and eye care products to relieve and avoid eyestrain,
prevent wrinkles, and give more sparkle to the eyes. Three simple methods to relieve
Blinking helps to prevent strain, improve vision, and lubricate the eyes. When you are
reading, get into the habit of blinking your eyes at least two times per line. Or, rotate
the eyeball in a complete circle, first clockwise, then counterclockwise.
Palming. Every hour, close your eyes and cover them gently with your palms to cut
out all external light. Relax a couple of minutes as you experience this
blackout. This technique helps relieve bloodshot eyes.
Massage. Oil massage is particularly beneficial, since the eyelids are ten times
more permeable to oils than other part of the body. To prevent lines, gently massage eyes
at bedtime using Bindis Saffron Eye Cream.
sparkle and tone to surrounding tissues, make an eye wash of fennel tea. On cooling, bathe
each eye for 30 seconds by blinking in the wash.
For relief of
bloodshot eyes, dip cotton pads in rosewater, lie down and place pads on closed eyes for
10- 15 seconds.
lashes and brows, put a touch of castor or olive oil on them nightly.
sleep and relief from eyestrain, massage scalp and feet nightly with Bindis Brahmi
the eyes, spray Bindis Aromatherapeutic Mist on closed lids as needed during the
day. Splash eyes with cool water once an hour when working extended periods of time.
under the eyes- Soak cotton pads in cold milk, rosewater, or crushed mint juice, and place
over closed eyes for 5- 10 minutes. Before bed, gently massage around eyes with Bindi
make eyepads using either black tea bags soaked in warm water or cotton puffs
dipped in witch hazel or celery juice. Use Bindis Mint Eye Mask to help drain the
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