How To Get Rid of Puffy Eyes Naturally

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  Puffy eyes is a common problem for men and women, especially as the aging process starts.However, there are also many cases of young people dealing with this issue.

So, if you are wondering how to treat eye puffiness naturally, here we will give you some easy natural home remedies and suggest useful natural ingredients designed to cure puffiness under eyes.

Natural Cures For Puffy Eyes

Boil some chamomile and let it cool down. Then, soak two cotton balls in and apply on the eyes. Chamomile has soothing and anti inflammatory properties. If you don’t have chamomile, you can replace it with tea bags.

Boil the tea and let it cool down or put the bags in the fridge for 15 minutes and place them on your eyes.

Cut half a cucumber and leave it in the fridge until it gets cool. Cut it into thin slices and apply on your eyes. Let the slices for 15 minutes on, replacing them with cool ones. Cucumber has a cooling effect and can give you a quick eye bags solution.

Peel a potato’s skin and cut it into thin slices. Then, apply on the eyes leaving them on for almost 10 minutes. Potatoes are rich sources of essential nutrients that help the skin be more healthy and resistant to wrinkles.

Sometimes, by even rinsing your face with very cold water or wrapping an ice bag in a cloth and placing it on your eyes can help lessen the swelling. Soak some cotton wool in a small bowl of milk.

After removing and squeezing out the excess milk, place it close to your bottom eyelid and let it there for 5 minutes. Clean the eye area from the milk residues with a wet cloth once you are done.

Mix one teaspoon of oil with an egg white as well as a table spoon of milk and another one of honey. Apply the mixture under the eyes area but not very close to the eyelashes.

Let it work for 10 minutes and remove with lukewarm water or a cotton ball soaked in rose water.

Put 1 table spoon of parsley in the blender together with 2 tea spoons of boiled green or black tea that is cool. Apply the mixture under your eyes for 20 minutes and then remove gently with a cotton ball soaked in cool water.

Beat 2 egg whites until you have a meringues. Apply with a clean makeup brush on the under eye area and let it dry for 15 minutes. Egg whites contain vitamin B12 which promotes the blood circulation. They also help the skin be softer and look more firm.

You can also read our aloe vera recipes for skin and specifically a recipe for an eye gel with aloe vera and mint which will take away the tiredness from your eyes and relieve puffiness.

Natural Ingredients For Puffy Eyes

Together with the above home remedies a cream with natural ingredients can help you get rid of this condition easier. But which are those ingredients that have been clinically proven to help treat puffy eyes?

Eyeliss is an ingredient consisting of natural peptides. Peptides are actually the latest discovery in anti-aging skin care and because they are expensive, they are only used in good quality skin care products.

Eyeliss helps reduce and eliminate eye puffiness. It also fights inflammation and helps renew the skin and reduce dark circles under eyes. Haloxyl is another effective ingredient for the eyes area. Any good product for eyes is not complete without Eyeliss and Haloxyl.

Haloxyl thickens the skin as well as boosts the circulation of blood, which helps the skin around eyes to breathe preventing the accumulation of hemoglobin, thus treating dark circles.

Clinical trials made by the Electronic Retailing Self Regulating Program (ERSP) concerning Eyeliss, acknowledged as completely justified all the positive claims made for eyeliss and its effectiveness relating to the skin issues we have mentioned above.

In conclusion, home treatments for puffy eyes can be more than useful. Still, if you notice the problem to be persistent and without you doing anything obvious to trigger it, it would be advisable to take an expert’s advice that can check if there is any body disorder causing the puffiness.