Saying Goodbye to Puffy Eyes and Dark Circles
You had a long night out and could not get your 6 hours of minimum sleeping time. It is 7 in the morning and you have got to wake up because work is calling. You get up unwillingly to get into your work attire and mood. You look into the mirror and making the already not-so-good morning worse you see your under-eye bags swollen to the size of a lemon. You cannot just leave for work like this.
What can you do to treat it? Well, we have got you covered.
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Other Remedies for You
Age-old home remedies are easy to apply and have a long history of getting the work done. Our mothers inherited these from our grandmothers and are quite effective for an easy and quick solution.
Aloe Vera or Witch Hazel
Aloe vera and Witch hazel are the core components of a lot of day/night creams. The reason is that they are moisturizing and their abilities include to reduce the redness and swelling under the eyes.
Aloe Vera gel can be taken fresh or be market purchased. Apply it to the affected area directly or if your time makes it a quick DIY and mix in a bit of honey and milk and then apply. Keep it on for about 20 minutes and Voila! You are all good to go to work.
Witch Hazel does wonders. Make sure that you are you are applying it to is clean. Use a cotton pad to apply it to the eye. Leave it for 5-10 minutes and continue with your face routine.
Treating puffy eyes can be as easy as cold compressing yours under eyes. Cold compress depuffs your under eyes and is a go-to remedy to treat the puffiness. The cold compresses are easily available in the market but you can also Do-it-Yourself. Cold compress DIY is really simple, all you need would be a soft cloth and one of these already available items at in your home:
- Ice cube
- Chilled silverware (Teaspoon recommended)
- Bag of Frozen Vegetables
Wrap the chosen item in the soft cloth and apply it to the affected area and make sure you are gentle as the skin under the eyes is really thin and you don’t want to get it frosted.
Cucumbers have a really soothing effect and can be proved really helpful in reducing the redness. For using the cucumber slices, you need to be prepared beforehand as only a chilled cucumber slice would be more effective. You can use the chilled cucumber slice directly onto your skin and keep it till you get your results.
Just had a cup of tea? You may want to save those tea bags as they can come in handy later. Refrigerate the used tea bags. When needed, take them out and directly apply to the affected area. It has been seen that the caffeine helps soothe out the puffiness of the eyes.
Hydrate! Hydrate! Hydrate!
Sometimes we forget to take in the daily recommended glasses of water and that results in various skin problems, from eye puffiness to breakouts and what not. Drink your water, girl. Drink water and say no to under eye swelling and bags.
Keep your vitamins under vision. Include products in your skincare regimen that includes retinol or vitamin C You should include a VItamin C Serum like dEpPatch Liquid Gold Vitamin C Serum. It boosts and helps in the collagen formation of firm skin and hydrates it.
Instant Makeup Hacks
Even if using a sunscreen (SPF15 to SPF30) is included into your daily face regimen, it is still important to mention it here. Dermatologists have stressed hard enough on using sunscreen before moving out in the sun. The habit of using it can really save your skin from a lot of problems.
Put on sunscreen around your eyes before applying your makeup or even if you plan to go bare face. Sunscreen should be your best friend of all your skin care products. That is why it is advised to invest in a good one.
The under-eye discoloration is a very common problem and you can use color correctors to conceal your under-eye discoloration while following your daily makeup routine. Oranges cancel out blues. Greens cancel out the redness under the skin and are widely used by makeup professionals.
Choosing the right color corrector would be the main task. After matching it, you need to paint under eyes into little triangles and dab it into the skin gently. Don’t forget to use a setting powder afterward.
Tightline your Eyes
Tightlining the eyes is trendy nowadays and can be really useful while opting for a quick fix for your under-eye bags and puffiness. Use a bright (white or nude preferably) eye pencil to line the internals of your lower eyelid. It will elevate the parts of your eyes making the swelling less noticeable.
Getting puffy eyes and dark circles are really common and you should not worry about these, try some of the above remedies and hacks.