Your essential guide for getting rid of eye bags

Your essential guide for getting rid of eye bags 1

Are you feeling too old because of the presence of the eye bags? Do you feel it really hard to get that fresh self because of the annoying bags which always covers your eyes and make them feel droopy and tired? Do you know the reasons for the formation of the eye bags? There are a number of reasons which caused puffiness under the eyes, but usually, the skin tissues around the eyes sag and get weaken which causes the accumulation of the fluid beneath the eyes, creating a swollen appearance.

However, the puffy eyes, as well as the dark circles under the eye, is not something that requires medical attention, simple care routine can effectively resolve this problem. Let’s dig a little deeper into the issue and get hold of the essential and effective guide for removing the eye bags. Take a look:

  • Potato

Refrigerate a potato and slice it into two halves and circle your closed eyes with the two halves. Place it on the eyes so that the puffed regions get covered. You can leave it in the same position for 15 to 20 minutes. If you continue with this, the bags will eventually decrease in the size.

  • Reduce your salt intake

Salt is often associated with sodium, which often leads to retention of fluids, in turn, causing puffiness around the eye region. It is thus advisable to use less quantum of salt and that too the pure salt. Also, avoid high salty food items such as soups and pizzas. Instead, you can add fresh vegetables, particularly, celery in your diet, which aids in curbing the desire for salt in the body.

  • Tea bags

Chilled tea bags is also one of the finest options for curbing those puffy under eye bags! Place the tea bags in hot water for nearly a minute and then refrigerate them for some time. Place these tea bags on your eyes and leave them for half-an-hour. You will get the fresh eyes after you wash it with cold water. This is because the caffeine present in the tea bags helps in constricting the blood vessels around the eyes, which reduces the redness as well as swelling. Both green tea bags and black tea bags can be used for this purpose.

  • Blink and blink

When you sleep, you blink a lot less than is required in the normal course. Do you know why blinking is necessary? Blinking is required not just for hydrating and protecting the eyes when one is awake, but also for dispersing the fluids present around the eyes. The presence of eye bags means that you don’t blink enough, so blink away! When you wake up in the morning, make sure to blink for nearly 30 seconds rapidly.

  • Milk

For extreme puffiness under the eyes, you can go the milky way. Simply dip the cotton pads in the chilled milk and place it on your eyes and leave it for 25 to 30 minutes. This will aid in the water retention in the eyes and would also subside the puffiness present.

  • Iced water and spoon

If you have a glass full of icy water and four spoons, you can play the trick. Chill these spoons in the icy water and then place one spoon on each of your eyes. Keep switching the spoons, so that the other gets chilled in the meantime. You can repeat this procedure until you witness some improvement.

Irrespective of you being in the early 20s or late 50s, the eye bags are the last thing you will ever want for yourself. Follow these tips and get rid of the eye bags which are nothing but the telltale sign of stress and exhaustion. 

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