Beauty is how you feel and it reflects in your eyes. We spend a lot of time taking care of the skin but always forget about our eyes. The eye area is a profoundly delicate zone, and it requires some extra care from all those external factors affecting it. You should know that good sleep, and healthy food are the key to the beauty and comfort of the eyes.
Eyes need just as much care as skin does. Wrinkles, Dark Circles, Puffiness, and Droopy eyelids are some common issues we face in our daily life. Sun exposure, smoke, stress, staring at computer screens, driving long distances, irregular sleep etc., can be the reasons for these situations.
If you are looking to rejuvenate skin around your eye, erase dark circles, reduce wrinkles, or calm puffiness, you are at the right place. Try these simple hacks and let your eyes speak stories like never before!
Cool as a cucumber
You can soothe stuffy and tired eyes with cucumber slices. Cucumbers are rich with water content, and this will help you brighten up your tired eyes. It can even help in reducing dark circles beneath the eyes and under-eye puffiness. All you have to do is to cut a few thick slices off a cucumber and put them in the refrigerator for 10 to 15 minutes. Then place these chilled slices over your closed eyelids until they become warm. Repeat this often and see visible changes.
Go for a cold compress
Cold milk is a natural calming agent for the treatment of puffy eyes problems. The cold compress can be the best treatment for swelling like under-eye puffiness. Ice-cold milk, ice-cold water, ice cubes, eye creams and gels chilled in the refrigerator, and cold facial masks can all help to get rid of puffy eyes. Saturate a clean washcloth in cold milk. Squeeze out some of the excesses, and place the cloth over your eyes for 10 to 15 minutes.
Rose water to hydrate
The skin around your eyes is so delicate that it needs hydration like any other part. When your eyes themselves are in need of a little touch-up, don’t reach for an over the counter eye drop; restore their natural glow with rose water. Rose water has natural attributes that can rejuvenate your eyes quicker than you wing your eyelash. One or two drops, at most, can cleanse your eyes and help them sparkle.
Almond oil and honey
Sunken eyes or hollow under eyes is one of the most common problems that can make you look incredibly feeble, exhausted, and even ill. Treat sunken eyes with a blend of almond oil and honey! Mix a teaspoon of honey and half a teaspoon of almond oil. Apply the mixture to your under-eye area before going to bed. Leave it on overnight and wash it off in the morning.
Allot some aloe
Aloe vera is said to provide critical moisture to the skin under the eyes. The rich antioxidants and vitamin E will help reduce swelling and lighten up those dark circles. All you have to do is squeeze out the pulp, add it to the affected area, and leave it to dry. Just wipe it off with a, and you’re done!