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Month: October 2016

Eye and Face Excercise

Eye and Face Excercise




  • Gently Massage the effected area around the eyes, Use one finger and press the skin downward.
  • Take a Q-Tip, dip it into almond oil and gently tap on the skin around eyes, rinse with cool water, now let the dry natural.
  • Once a day, shut and open your eyes several times to stimulate blood vessels.
  • Use you index finger and gently stretch the eye skin from both corners of the eye.
  • Tooth paste can be used moderately around the eyes as a stimulant,  do not get in eyes.



7 Main Causes

7 Main Causes



  1. Genetic
  2. Aging
  3. Smoking
  4. Lack of Sleep
  5. Stress
  6. Long Hours
  7. Dryness of Skin





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Insider News

Insider News




Did you know that much of the eye discomfort we suffer from

everyday can be treated at home. Today, the average American spends

up to seven hours each day looking at digital images on computers, TV’s,

cell phones.

Studies show that we blink at only about one-third of the normal rate

using a computer or watching T.V. It causes eye  dryness dark circles and

increased muscle tension. Because of the stress caused of prolonged

setting also reduces respiration and oxygen saturation in eye tissue.



  • Black Circle
  • Dry Eye Syndrome
  • Blood shot eyes
  • Stye
  • Floaters
  • Corneal Abrasion
  • Blepharitis
  • Pterygium

Most of these conditions can be cured with natural home

remedies and over the counter vitamin.

The best overall remedy

Eat fish high in omega-3 fatty acids, such as; 

salmon, anchovies, mackerel and herring. If you are one who

eat fish regularly produce less arachedonic acid, a substance

that can lead to chronic inflammation and eye damage.