March 26, 2020
Bags under eyes - that mild swelling or puffiness - can be caused by anything from allergies to fatigue and lack of sleep. Sometimes they just come with age. Fortunately, they are usually completely harmless and not a cause for medical concern, but that doesn't mean you have to live with them! There are surgery options for persistent under-eye puffiness, but before you consider something that extreme, try these simple home remedies. You might be pleasantly surprised!
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Puffy eyes 1: Soak 2 tea bags, then put them in the freezer for a few minutes, place on your eyes, lie back, and relax! Or grate a raw potato, mold it into a mushy pack, and put it on your eyes and lids for 10 to 20 minutes. The potato starch will help smooth the eye-area skin and ease away puffiness.
Puffy eyes 2: Try using some cold cucumber slices on your eyes at the end of the night to relieve tired eyes. An oldie, but a goodie.
Removing mascara: A cheap and effective way to do this is to use baby oil. Simply dip a Q-tip in, or cover a cotton ball with baby oil and gently wipe over your lashes. The oil will also soften the skin around your eyes, so there is no need for eye creams, either.
'Go Green' Hint:
In the cold weather we're hesitant to open up the windows and let the fresh air in and the warm air out! Because of that our indoor living spaces tend to start smelling a little musty after a while. But don't poison your home with chemical fragrances when you can freshen the air with the natural tea tree oil in Safe T Air.
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