Reduce Under Eye
can you reduce that under eye puffiness that makes you look tired and
just plain old?
the Bag Lady Syndrome?
For starters, ice.
Why do those big, puffy bags under your eyes
just keep getting worse?
There are a variety of
reasons for under eye bags. The
major reasons include:
- Fluid retention
- Inadequate sleep
The puffiness is a result of the under eye
area becoming a natural collecting spot for fluids that haven't yet
been absorbed into the body.
good news is that under eye puffiness isn't typically a difficult issue
It is usually just a temporary
although admittedly a
rather unattractive problem.
quick fix. . .
As a quick fix to help reduce under eye puffiness,
wrap an ice
cube in a soft cloth and apply to the under eye area for five minutes
to reduce the swelling.
You should see an immediate improvement in the
swelling. Repeat as necessary for a few days and viola!
your under eye puffiness will vanish.
Better yet, make yourself a nice cup of tea using
quality green tea bags.
you might ask. . .
The tannin found in tea works to naturally
puffiness and dark circles. Squeeze out the moisture from the
tea bags when you are done, place them in the freezer and use these
when you need to reduce the puffiness. (Remember to wrap them in
a soft absorbent cloth first!)
Whether you use one of those chilled gel masks,
slices, or just a cool damp cloth, the key is to reduce the swelling.
The general rule of thumb is
the ice five minutes on and five minutes off.
Afterwards gently tap the surface of
eye area to stimulate the fluid to disperse.
For dark circles use a "super" vitamin
K treatment for a few weeks and the dark
under eye circles will begin to disappear.
For puffiness AND
dark circles, Eyeliss (found in
Dermajuv's Eye Revolution Gel) is a
combination of ingredients specifically formulated to target both
banished those dark eye circles and know how to reduce under
puffiness. It makes an amazing difference in your
appearance, doesn't it?
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