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how to get rid of eye puffiness >

posted in Beauty
12/14/2014
  • 1:Use an eye cream that has rosemary or mint herbal base to it because that helps reduces puffiness. Add a small amount to each eye.
    1:Use an eye cream that has rosemary or mint herbal base to it because that helps reduces puffiness. Add a small amount to each eye.
  • Splash cold water on your face as soon as you get up in the morning. This dilates the vessels of the skin and immediately shrinks the pores so that the puffiness is reduced right away.
    Splash cold water on your face as soon as you get up in the morning. This dilates the vessels of the skin and immediately shrinks the pores so that the puffiness is reduced right away.
  • Place cucumber slices in a plastic bag and freeze them.
    Place cucumber slices in a plastic bag and freeze them.
  • Remove the cucumbers from the freezer when frozen and lay down, keeping your head propped up on a pillow
    Remove the cucumbers from the freezer when frozen and lay down, keeping your head propped up on a pillow
  • Place the cucumbers over your eyes for about ten minutes.
    Place the cucumbers over your eyes for about ten minutes.
  • Use eye patches, sometimes referred to as eye sheets or treatment masks for the eye. They are infused with retinol, ginseng, and other ingredients that help reduce puffiness and dark circles.This patch can be placed right underneath the eye as close as you can get it.The smaller part of the patch goes into the tear duct of the eye. The ingredients on the patch are literally right on the skin, are sinking in and helping to "de-puff" and reduce swelling in that area.The ginseng has an instant tightening effect to the skin and the retinol helps to reduce fine lines.The concentrated ingredients are still on the skin once the patch is removed, so just pat the skin to leave the ingredients on.
    Use eye patches, sometimes referred to as eye sheets or treatment masks for the eye. They are infused with retinol, ginseng, and other ingredients that help reduce puffiness and dark circles.This patch can be placed right underneath the eye as close as you can get it.The smaller part of the patch goes into the tear duct of the eye. The ingredients on the patch are literally right on the skin, are sinking in and helping to "de-puff" and reduce swelling in that area.The ginseng has an instant tightening effect to the skin and the retinol helps to reduce fine lines.The concentrated ingredients are still on the skin once the patch is removed, so just pat the skin to leave the ingredients on.
  • Do a mini-massage, sweeping inward through the ocular bone. It's relaxing and it helps to reduce that puffiness as well. The skin is very delicate in this area, so use your middle finger as it has the least amount of pressure.
    Do a mini-massage, sweeping inward through the ocular bone. It's relaxing and it helps to reduce that puffiness as well. The skin is very delicate in this area, so use your middle finger as it has the least amount of pressure.
  • Sweep inward around the ocular bone and in. This is going to create circulation and movement in that area.Do this for three to five minutes in the morning. This technique is great if you have puffiness caused by allergies, lack of sleep, or just that general feeling of puffiness under the eyes.You will visibly see a difference in this area afterward. The skin will look more taut and it leaves the skin very dewy and moisturized.
    Sweep inward around the ocular bone and in. This is going to create circulation and movement in that area.Do this for three to five minutes in the morning. This technique is great if you have puffiness caused by allergies, lack of sleep, or just that general feeling of puffiness under the eyes.You will visibly see a difference in this area afterward. The skin will look more taut and it leaves the skin very dewy and moisturized.
  • Put very cold water in a cup.
    Put very cold water in a cup.
  • Place a teaspoon or tablespoon in the cup.
    Place a teaspoon or tablespoon in the cup.
  • Leave the spoon in the cup of cold water for about 3 minutes or so.
    Leave the spoon in the cup of cold water for about 3 minutes or so.
  • Put the back of the spoon on your eye. This step must be done gently because your eyes are very delicate.
    Put the back of the spoon on your eye. This step must be done gently because your eyes are very delicate.
  • Do the same to the other eye.
    Do the same to the other eye.
  • Finished. You will feel very refreshed and you should see a difference.
    Finished. You will feel very refreshed and you should see a difference.
  • I hope you really enjoyed this tips iam going to be making more tips like this of my own all this week so please check them out give them a thumb s up thank you loves I hope you all have a nice day :)

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