I don't really have an aesthetician. I just thought it sounded good. But I did go for a facial this weekend at my favorite spa, and got a few handy tips in the process:
1. If you wear contact lenses, as I do, you should cleanse your eye area with toner and reapply your eye cream after putting your lenses in or taking them out. The saline solution that gets onto your skin can dry it out and counteract whatever expensive product you're using to ward off the inevitable crow's feet.
2. When applying eye cream, roll your three middle fingers along the base of your eyes and across your browline to warm up the skin and massage the product into the whole area. This will help it absorb into the skin and do its best work.
3. Exfoliate no more than every four days to avoid irritation. Afterward, use cool water on your face to help calm the skin.
4. Have a facial every eight to ten weeks to keep your skin "supported" and looking its best. (Well, if you insist...)
Have you gotten any good tips from the pros?