Each year tons of people undergo cosmetic procedures to lift their sagging droopy eyelids in hopes of achieving a more youthful look. Little do they know that you can actually take care of this problem right at home! All you’ll need is a few simple yet effective ingredients for instant results!
Don't forget that the lifestyle you're leading also affects this problem. For example, not getting enough sleep only increases sagging and puffiness, while good rest can prevent them altogether! The same thing goes for drinking enough water. Staying hydrated is essential for beautiful glowing skin, and the eye region is no exception. So make sure to drink at least 8-10 glasses of water every day, and you'll see your skin improve almost instantly.
Green tea 1:10
Ice cubes 1:49
Aloe vera 2:17
Olive oil 2:51
Coconut oil 3:20
Egg whites 3:55
Chamomile tea 4:26
Natural eye cream 5:04
Eye exercise 5:55
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- Cucumbers have two secret weapons: caffeic and ascorbic acids that not only tighten your skin but reduce inflammation as well.
- Green tea's antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties do a lot of good for your body. But this incredible natural remedy can also help you out in the beauty department, and that includes getting rid of droopy eyelids.
- Ice constricts your blood vessels, which reduces swelling and puffiness around the eyes. All you have to do is put ice cubes on your eyelids for about 5-10 minutes, and you'll instantly see the effect!
- Aloe vera has unique anti-inflammatory properties that are quite useful for puffiness, redness, and sagging eyelids. This natural remedy tightens the skin on your eyelids and makes it more elastic.
- Olive oil is packed with crucial antioxidants that minimize sagginess around the eyes, moisturize the skin there, and improve its elasticity.
- Warm up about 3 tablespoons of coconut oil, massage your eyelids with it, and let it do its thing overnight while you’re off in dreamland. Just don't forget to rinse your face with cold water the next morning!
- Egg whites are one of the best natural products when it comes to saggy eyelids. You see, as egg white dries, it also shrinks, which helps tighten your skin and immediately make your eyelids look smooth and lifted.
- Chamomile tea can also help you out here. So the next time you wanna make yourself and a friend some delicious chamomile tea, take the two used tea bags, put them in the fridge for about 10-15 minutes, and simply place them on your eyes.
- If you're looking for an even more long-lasting effect, you may wanna give eye exercises a try. They basically strengthen the muscles in and around your eyelids to really reduce the droopy effect.
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