Are you suffering from droopy eyes or puffy eyes? This is a symptom which tells you that your eyes are tired due to lack of sleep, allergies, and habits that promote water retention.
Eye bags or puffy eyes are cosmetic concern that can make people appear tired or under the weather.
There are some effective home remedies to treat the bags under the eyes. These home remedies are cheaper and safer than the alternative methods of treating under eye bags. Here are some of the home remedies to get rid of puffy eyes.
Cold Spoons or Cucumbers
You’ve probably heard that placing cucumbers over your eyes will help reduce bags, but it’s actually the cool temperature that soothes the area. Cucumbers happen to be the perfect shape, size and texture to treat under-eye bags, so go ahead and slice one up – just make sure it’s been chilling in the refrigerator beforehand.
If you don’t have a cucumber, tighten up the skin around your eyes as well as relax the blood vessels, with a few spoons.
Chill 5 or 6 metal spoons in your refrigerator for 10 to 15 minutes.
Hold the rounded portion of one of the cold spoons against your eye for a few minutes until the spoon becomes warm.
As the spoon warms, replace it with another cold one from the refrigerator.
Use a soothing tea, like chamomile or peppermint, so you get aroma therapy at the same time. Tea bags contain anti-irritant properties that help reduce swelling around your eyes. They can also relieve redness and inflammation.
Put 2 used tea bags in the refrigerator for 30 minutes.
Lie down and put the tea bags over your eyelids.
Leave them in place for 10 to 15 minutes.
Repeat a few times a day.
If you are regularly having puffy eyes in the morning then milk is one of the best remedy to combat it. Milk will help to cool and soothe the tired eyes and also reduces water retention by the tissues under the eyes.
Take two cotton pads and dip them in chilled milk. Now place the cotton pads over the eyes and rest for 20-30 minutes. Wash off with cold water to see normal looking eyes. Repeat this remedy for a few days, if you are constantly having this problem.
Coffee & Black Pepper
For an easy, natural way to calm redness and puffiness, mix a little coconut oil with coffee grounds and a tiny pinch of black pepper. Dab under eyes, leave 10-20 minutes and remove gently with a wet eye pads or rinse clean.
Soda will remove the dark circles and bags under the eyes.
Make a solution: a glass of hot water or tea, add 1 teaspoon of baking soda, mix well. Soak cotton pads in the mixture and place them under the eyes for 10-15 minutes.
After some time wash your face, apply moisturizing cream and admire your reflection in the mirror.
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