Your eyes are one of the first parts of your body that gives away your age. When someone is entering their golden years, it’s not all that peculiar to see thinner, saggier, and more tired undereyes.

When the skin under your eyes isn’t as thick and plump as it used to be, you can look more disheveled and listless—a tell-tale sign that you might be losing your youthful glow and energy.

Thankfully, there are many things you can do to try and reverse your undereyes’ thinning and ensure they still look firm, rejuvenated, and wrinkle-free.

Plump Up Your Skin with Hyaluronic Acid

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Hyaluronic acid and its many derivatives are humectants. They draw moisture from the air into your skin, turning it from saggy and thin to firm, hydrated, and supple to the touch.

If you love the hydrating benefits of hyaluronic acid, try out Introlift’s opulent 24K Nano Gold Recovery Facial. In this facial, vitamin E works with acai extracts and sodium hyaluronate, a form of hyaluronic acid, to moisturize the skin deeply and make it plumper and bouncier.

It also infuses actual gold into your skin to minimize the appearance of wrinkles for that smooth, soft finish. The gold adds a glossy shine to the skin, making you look radiant post-facial.

Experience the Power of Tea

Tea is full of antioxidants that protect the skin from free radical damage from the environment, leading to wrinkles, saggy skin, dark spots, and more. So it makes sense that it has great healing power for thin, tired undereye skin.

For a budget remedy, stick some used green tea bags in the freezer for an hour or so. Take it out when it’s cool to the touch and place them on your undereyes. The caffeine and antioxidants in the tea help boost blood circulation and moisture retention in your skin.

If you’re up for a more glamorous rendezvous, sign up for Introlift’s Cryogenic Correction. This anti-aging treatment pampers your skin with a blend of green tea, chamomile, caffeine, and sparkly diamond dust. This facial brings luminosity and calmness not just to your face but your undereyes too.

Treat Sensitive Skin to a Facial

If you have particularly sensitive skin, undereye thinning might hit you hard. So when you have time, book yourself a relaxing facial like the Introlift Revive for Sensitive Skin.

This facial aims to soothe your skin with potent yet hypoallergenic and delicate ingredients. This includes peptides, known for stimulating collagen production in the skin, especially under the eyes. This facial leaves you with soft, smooth, elastic skin all over the face.

Always Moisturize Your Skin

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As you get older, your skin will have a harder time producing healthy sebum and retaining water in its deeper layers. You know what that means—dry, parched skin. The first step to making sure your undereye skin is firm and wrinkle-free is to ensure your skin is always moisturized.

When the skin is dry, it tends to shrink and look crepey. Your undereye is one of the first areas for this to materialize.

Plump up your skin with a good, nourishing moisturizer every day to get rid of the dry, saggy, tired skin under your eyes, as well as pesky wrinkles and fine lines starting to appear out of nowhere! If you’ve been looking for a new moisturizer, check out the products that we have for sale on the Introlift website

Enhance Collagen and Elastin with Radiofrequency

Radiofrequency treatments have all the rage in recent years because it’s a less invasive alternative to surgery or botox. If you’ve been meaning to treat your skin and undereyes to an innovative treatment, check out Introlift’s BTL Exilis Elite.

This facial treatment tightens your skin to keep it firm, taut, and youthful. The radiofrequency technology used in the procedure promotes collagen and elastin production to keep your skin looking supple and fresh.

Use an Eye Cream at Night

Your undereye skin is delicate, so it needs more hydration than the rest of your face. Give it intense moisture as you catch some Zs at night. It’s a great way to get them soft and supple again while you sleep.

When you use an eye cream rich in anti-aging ingredients, it can prove very effective in thickening your skin and even encouraging collagen production. This helps eliminate fine lines and extreme dryness while brightening the area with a natural radiance.

Many mature women look for eye creams packed with collagen, but you’re better off going for ingredients that stimulate skin renewal. The only tried and tested way to increase collagen in your skin is to encourage it to produce more on its own.

Ingredients to look out for include soy and vitamin C, which boost collagen and skin thickness to help hide darkness and constricted blood vessels that give you that tired, stressed-out look. Botanicals like chamomile and lavender can also soothe your skin, making dark circles disappear as you wake.

Incorporate Retinol Into Your Skincare Regimen

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Retinol, a popular derivative of vitamin A, is loved by many for its exceptional anti-aging properties that eliminate fine lines and wrinkles and renew the skin to make it plump and younger-looking. It also boosts collagen production, which will work wonders for thickening up your undereye skin.

It’s never too late to start using a retinol cream or serum. It’s a surefire way of promoting more active skin cell renewal in your face, leading to healthier, brighter undereyes.

Exfoliate Your Skin

Buffing away debris and dead skin cells sitting on your skin gives it a chance to drive healthy cell renewal. It rids it of stubborn dirt and impurities to create space for brighter, younger, healthier skin underneath to peek through.

When exfoliating your undereyes, make sure you’re gentle since the area is sensitive. Do just a couple of swipes with your cotton pad if you’re using an exfoliating toner, and a soft massage if you’ve opted for a scrub.

Don’t Skip Sunscreen

The sun’s harmful UV rays are partly to blame for the thinning of undereye skin. Because of that, it would do you well to use SPF daily. Any serious skincare junkie will tell you that sunscreen is a non-negotiable in an anti-aging regimen for its ability to delay the signs of aging.

It’s beneficial for your entire face but is especially significant for its impact on your undereyes. So don’t forget to slather some underneath your eyes and also your upper lids.

Have a Regular Exercise Routine

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Aside from collagen production, it’s blood circulation that will boost skin health under the eyes. Exercising is one of the best ways to promote a healthy blood flow, and your skin will benefit significantly from it.

Squeeze in at least 15 minutes of exercise or walking every day to increase your chances of waking up with undereyes that aren’t as thin, discolored, and dehydrated.

Skip Those Scalding Hot Showers

Hot water can thin and dry out your skin faster than you anticipate. So if you’re used to taking showers or have the habit of washing your face with hot water, you might want to cut back to save your undereye skin.

Try showering with lukewarm water instead, and switch over to washing your face with cold water, which is much more relaxing after a long, hard day anyway. If you can’t resist a hot shower in the wintertime, make sure to keep it short and sweet.

Why Does the Skin Under My Eyes Look More Exhausted As I Age?

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The first thing you need to know is that the skin under your eyes is naturally thinner than the rest of your body. This puts your undereye skin in a vulnerable position off the bat because being more delicate means it’s more likely to age prematurely.

The older you get, the more inactive your skin’s collagen production and oil glands become. This leads to less moisture and cell renewal, leading to thinner skin. And when that happens, you’ll start seeing all the dreaded signs of aging, like fine lines, wrinkles, and sagging skin.

Another sign of thinner skin would be dark circles under your eyes, even if you didn’t have a late night. When your undereye skin isn’t as thick as it used to be, it becomes somewhat transparent. Because of this, deep blue-ish blood vessels are more visible, making it look like your undereye skin is darker.

While aging is the most common cause of undereye thinning, it can also be caused by UV damage from the sun, which destroys collagen and hampers your skin’s ability to produce more of it.

Smoking has also been found to hasten premature aging in the skin. It constricts your blood vessels, impeding proper blood circulation, which is essential in keeping your skin plump and healthy under your eyes, but all over your face too!

The oxidative stress from smoking also breaks down collagen and elastin, the proteins responsible for keeping your skin thick and elastic. This can lead to the early onset of wrinkles under your eyes, making you look older than you actually are.

The Importance of Collagen

There’s no stopping the signs of aging—thinner skin under your eyes is a normal part of getting older. But that doesn’t mean you can’t work to preserve your skin’s integrity and that radiant, youthful glow in your eyes by caring for your undereye skin.

There are many DIY internet trends and expensive surgeries you can opt for if you want to reverse your undereye skin’s thinning. But the most important task you need to accomplish is to stimulate more collagen production.

Collagen is the protein in your skin tissue that gives it structure, elasticity, and bounciness. It’s in charge of how strong your skin will be in the long run, so your system must continuously produce a lot of it if you want smooth, clear, thick skin under your eyes.

The more active your collagen renewal is, the firmer and healthier your skin is going to be. So to repair thin skin and ensure that your eyes look young and fresh, the key is to stimulate your fibroblasts, your collagen-producing cells housed in the dermis.

You also need to ensure that your skin is always hydrated sufficiently. Mature skin tends to be dry and doesn’t generate the same moisture levels as younger skin. You need to make sure it’s always moisturized and nourished with the right vitamins and minerals to stay plump and glowy.

Good blood circulation also plays a role in your skin’s overall health. Circulation is the secret to your skin getting all the nutrients it needs to stay healthy and younger-looking.

With the right anti-aging techniques and skincare ingredients, the skin under your eyes can go from thin and saggy to plump and radiant. But caring for your skin externally isn’t all there is to it. You also need to be healthy on the inside too.

Switching to a healthier lifestyle with tons of exercise and a balanced diet can also keep the skin around your eyes healthy and plump. The right foods, like fatty fish and most fruits and veggies, can boost circulation, which is great for your undereyes.

Make sure you ingest skin-loving vitamins, like vitamins A, C, and E. You can take supplements if you must to get your daily dose of these.


Whether it’s through luxurious skincare, small yet impactful lifestyle changes, or Introlift’s innovative facial and eye treatments, there’s always a solution that’s right for you when you’re looking at giving your undereyes a comeback.

Revitalize and get the skin under your eyes back on track to looking youthful and glamorous for as long as possible by using only the best collagen-stimulating ingredients and most sought-after treatments.

In no time, you’ll be gleaming in the sun with lively, energetic eyes framed by skin that is hydrated, plump, and oh-so-radiant.