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7 easy ways to remove puffiness

Bright, radiant eyes give you confidence in meeting people.

Cold compresses: According to Insider, cold compresses help shrink dilated blood vessels under the eyes. This dissolves the accumulated liquid resulting in the appearance of puffiness or dark circles. For a cold compress, use an ice pack wrapped in a cloth and place it on your eyes for about 10-15 minutes.

Sleeping on your back: According to Cosmopolitan, sleeping on your back will prevent fluid from accumulating under your eyes. This keeps your eyes from puffy the next morning. In addition, sleeping on a pillow cover made of silk material works to reduce friction, making it easy to fall asleep.

Cut down on alcohol and salty foods: Alcohol and foods high in salt are the culprits of dark circles, puffy eyes under the eyes. Consider using alcohol and salt in moderation to protect your health and skin.

Putting cucumbers or potatoes: Cucumbers are used a lot in beauty. Cucumbers have soothing properties, phytonutrients that help reduce inflammation and hydrate. Applying cold cucumber under the eyes can reduce swelling, and reduce puffiness effectively. Potatoes have the same effect. You cut cucumbers, potatoes that have been refrigerated into thin slices, then apply on eyes for 10-15 minutes.

Get enough sleep: If your eyes were puffy in the morning, chances are you were sleep deprived the night before. When the body doesn’t get enough sleep, the activity of the hormones responsible for water regulation is disrupted. This leads to eye puffiness and swelling due to fluid retention.

Eye massage: Massage includes many movements to support fluid drainage, stimulate blood circulation. To massage your eyes, use your little finger or ring finger starting at the inside of the eye, then moving outwards. In addition to using fingers, you can massage the eyes with jade rollers.

Use eye cream: In addition to following a reasonable resting and diet, you can use eye cream to remove puffiness or dark circles. There are a number of eye creams containing vitamin C to help brighten the skin, green tea, aloe soothes, or caffeine that shrinks and tightens the skin.

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7 easy ways to remove puffiness

Bright, radiant eyes give you confidence in meeting people.

Cold compresses: According to Insider, cold compresses help shrink dilated blood vessels under the eyes. This dissolves the accumulated liquid resulting in the appearance of puffiness or dark circles. For a cold compress, use an ice pack wrapped in a cloth and place it on your eyes for about 10-15 minutes.

 

Sleeping on your back: According to Cosmopolitan, sleeping on your back will prevent fluid from accumulating under your eyes. This keeps your eyes from puffy the next morning. In addition, sleeping on a pillow cover made of silk material works to reduce friction, making it easy to fall asleep.

 

Cut down on alcohol and salty foods: Alcohol and foods high in salt are the culprits of dark circles, puffy eyes under the eyes. Consider using alcohol and salt in moderation to protect your health and skin.

 

Putting cucumbers or potatoes: Cucumbers are used a lot in beauty. Cucumbers have soothing properties, phytonutrients that help reduce inflammation and hydrate. Applying cold cucumber under the eyes can reduce swelling, and reduce puffiness effectively. Potatoes have the same effect. You cut cucumbers, potatoes that have been refrigerated into thin slices, then apply on eyes for 10-15 minutes.

 

Get enough sleep: If your eyes were puffy in the morning, chances are you were sleep deprived the night before. When the body doesn’t get enough sleep, the activity of the hormones responsible for water regulation is disrupted. This leads to eye puffiness and swelling due to fluid retention.

 

Eye massage: Massage includes many movements to support fluid drainage, stimulate blood circulation. To massage your eyes, use your little finger or ring finger starting at the inside of the eye, then moving outwards. In addition to using fingers, you can massage the eyes with jade rollers.

 

Use eye cream: In addition to following a reasonable resting and diet, you can use eye cream to remove puffiness or dark circles. There are a number of eye creams containing vitamin C to help brighten the skin, green tea, aloe soothes, or caffeine that shrinks and tightens the skin.

 

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How To Properly Skin Care? The Secret To Glass Skin

There is no such thing as a single “correct” skin-care routine, but there’s definitely an optimal way to apply your products. Whether you’re a minimalist who prefers sticking to a three-step routine or the type of person willing to undertake 6 steps daily in pursuit of glass skin.

Below, dermatologists and skin-care experts explain the most effective way to apply every single product in your routine.

Cleanser

Everyday soaps can be harsh and irritating, so choose a cleanser that suits your skin type. Look for one that respects your skin’s normal pH balance and doesn’t damage its natural protective barriers. Especially if you have oily skin, opt for one specially designed not to clog pores (non-comedogenic) and that regulates sebum/oil. Try Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser.

Limit cleansing your face to twice a day (in the mornings and evenings). And after cleansing, be sure to pat skin dry. Avoid rubbing your face with your towel to ensure you don’t cause irritation.

Day Moisturizer

If you have dry skin, apply moisturizer while skin is still damp. This helps trap moisture and keep your skin soft and smooth. You might think that oily skin doesn’t need moisturizer, bur even if you notice that you have excess oil, you still do need to moisturizer even visibly oily skin can still lack water. Just be sure to use a non-comedogenic formula, as this means it’s specially designed not to clog pores.

Using a moisturizer with SPF is a great way to make sure you don’t skip sun protection, and SPF15 is the minimum value for adequate daily protection.

Sunscreen

Sunscreen isn’t just for hot days. Using sunscreen regularly can help guard against free radicals induced by UV radiation, which can cause skin damage and aging. While SPF 15 is the minimum value you need for daily protection, sunscreens which carry an SPF of 30 (or higher) offers even better protection, and is the smart choice if you will be spending a significant amount of time in the sun.

 

Be sure to seek out a product with broad spectrum UV protection, to protect you from both UVA rays (that cause aging) and UVB rays (that cause sunburn). (2) And remember, while water resistance helps ensure that your sunscreen doesn’t wash (or sweat) off, extended exposure to the sun requires a second helping of sunscreen—so be sure to read the label and follow instructions for re-application.

Night Moisturizer

 

Using a moisturizer before going to bed helps keep your skin hydrated through the night, and will help your skin feel balanced and smoothed when you wake up to face the world. Using a night moisturizer helps you take advantage of the skin’s natural repair mechanisms, which are more active at night. A nourishing night cream like Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream protects from dryness throughout the night.

Eye care

Don’t ignore your peepers in your skincare routine. The skin around the eyes is delicate and thinner than the rest of your skin, and using an eye gel or cream before going to bed at night helps to hydrate, brighten and smooth the eye area, and help prevent lines and dark circles.

Don’t forget your body

Though your face might be the thing you focus on when you look in the mirror, don’t neglect your body. Because we’re covered up most of the day, there is a tendency to give the skin on your arms, legs, back and trunk second priority—but this also can get dry and irritated.

Be sure to use a gentle body wash, and make it a habit to moisturize immediately after stepping out of the shower or bath. Try our new line of gentle body washes including Fragrance-Free, Refreshing, and Soothing.

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