Wearing sunglasses in the summer is a no-brainer; but regardless of the season, you should wear sunglasses, especially when the sun is at its strongest from 10 am to 4 pm. It’s not just your eyes that will benefit from the protection-the skin around your eyes will thank you, too.
Squinting is a natural reflex that uses muscles that cause the development of crow’s-feet, as well as furrows between the eyes. Years of squinting in the sun can hasten wrinkles, but wearing sunglasses is advantageous for the health of both your eyes and skin.
Already spent too many years leaving your shades in their case? Your best bet for reversing the look of squinting-induced lines is Botox or Dysport.
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