Sunday, November 23, 2014

How to Reduce Bags Under The Eyes...


Tips for Puffy Eyes. Living from Glory to Glory Blog

Helpful Ideas For Puffy Eyes And Bags Under Your Eyes...



Here are a few natural remedies for puffy bags under the eyes;
For men or women

Tea Bags: 
First steep them in hot water and then let chill in the fridge
Lay back and allow them to work their magic.
Allow them to set for 15 to 20 minutes.
The caffeine in the tea bags helps with the blood vessels and swelling

Cucumber slices: 
We have all seen those on the eyes of those getting a facial!
Use a slice on each eye that has been well chilled.
Leave on for 20 minutes
These help soothe and refresh and reduce the puffiness.

Potato Slices:
Use a fresh raw slice that has been chilled,
 just on the under the eye where it is puffy.
Really helps eliminate puffiness!

Milk:
Use fresh cold milk and dip a cotton ball in it and place them just under your eyes.
Reduces water retention; try this one for a few days in a row.

Chilled Spoons or An Ice Cube:
Placed just under or over the eyes
Helps with swelling.

Egg Whites:

These need to be used as a cream of sorts,
Just massage into skin just under the eyes, allow to
Set till they dry well.
10 to 15 minutes
This one is good to do while getting ready to shower.
Wash off well!
These have properties to reduce inflammation.

I have noticed so many people with bags under their eyes.
Men and women alike,
It is from a lack of sleep and the stress of our days.

I thought a list of natural remedies would be useful to many!

Tips for stopping bags from forming;
Drink plenty of water
Get your rest!
Learn to manage everyday stress.
Use these ideas to help!

Allow God's peace to fill you so you can roll your burdens onto Him...

Healthy eyes are so important;
Eat those carrots and take good care of your eyes!



3 comments:

Monique Elisabeth said...

Very useful tips, thank you. I knew about tea bags and cucumber.
It is said that a certain kind of cream can help too. It is usually used for another very annoying complaint. I hope you know what I mean ; )
Have a wonderful day.

CelestinaMarie@SouthernDayDreams said...

Hi Roxy, great tips and so helpful this time of year. I am a big believer in an eye cream morning and night too. Great to reduce puffiness and wrinkles.

Thanks for sharing.
Have a blessed week and Happy Thanksgiving.
xo

White Lace and Promises said...

Thanks for the tips. I have horrible sleep eyes. I always awaken with swollen eyes. A company that I once sold cosmetics for Beauty Control made a pad to put over your eyes. Don't laugh, I've even used Preparation-H. It actually does work:)