There are different kinds of lotions available and each of these lotions are used for various kinds of purposes. Many of these creams are used to keep your skin healthy and beautiful. If the lotion is applied in or around the eyes, the reason may be to make sure that the black rings around the eyes disappear or to make the puffiness around the eyes to disappear.
The person applying the lotion should be very careful that the lotion does not enter the eyes. This is because if the lotion enters the eye, it can lead to pain and injury to the eye. Some lotions can even cause blindness. Another important factor is that for a child, you should be still more careful when you apply lotions around the eyes as the child can suddenly turn the face and the lotion can enter the eyes. So that brings us to the question on how to rub lotions around eyes.
There are particular methods that can be used to apply these lotions. The first thing that has to be kept in mind is that you do not need to apply a large quantity under the eyes. You can use a small quantity and make sure that you apply in the right spot where you want the desired effect. You should take the lotion in your hands first and then use your fingers to massage slowly on the ends of the eyebrows.
You should start the massage from the corner of the eye and then gently use the hand to go around in a circular motion. As your hand keeps circling, the lotion gets rubbed in deep enough to give the desired effect. As you use a circular motion, you should also make sure that you keep moving the hand all around the eye. This way, you will be able to make sure that you have rubbed the lotion all around the eye. Make sure that you do not rub the lotion on to the eyebrows. The reason for this is that when the eye brows have lotion on them, they can be damaged too.
Once you have rubbed the lotion around the eye, you should also make sure that you do not have any after effects. In case some lotion has got into the eye, then you may initially have burning sensation of the eye or it may become red. If this happens, consult an ophthalmologist immediately.