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How to Get Rid of Eyebags Naturally

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Natural remedies to help get rid of the gloom for more beautiful, refreshing eyes 

Do you have a big day ahead and you can’t afford to look like a panda in front of everyone else? It’s possible to reduce these unwanted eyebags and  get rid of them.

To keep your excess baggage away from the spotlight, here are some natural remedies for your eye bags:

Warm Tea Bags
Soak tea bags in hot water and let them cool down before pressing them on your eyelids. Don’t forget to cover them with a towel for 15 minutes. Repeat this process multiple times during the day.

Cold Cucumber Slices
This classic trick won’t ever go old. Simply chill cucumber slices in the fridge and place them on your eyelids until they get warm.

Drink more water to minimise puffiness of your eyes and from swelling. At the same time, it’s always nice to keep yourself hydrated to get rid of the toxins in your body.

Apply honey around your eye area before you sleep since this sticky sweet wonder helps de-puff your eyes the next day. You may have to include this in your routine more often to get rid of the bags for good.

Almond Oil
This is good for your dark circles to keep them from coming back from time to time. You can easily massage your eye area every night and soak them when you sleep up until you wake up the next day.

Chilled Potatoes
Potatoes have natural bleaching properties to help reduce swelling of the eyes and reduce dark circles. Get the juice from the potato by grating it and chill it in the fridge. Use cotton balls to soak them in the cold juice before applying them under your eyes. If you don’t have time for this, you can slice cold potatoes like cucumbers and place them over your lids until they get warm.

These natural remedies will be of help only if you give yourself a chance to really SLEEP. Take a break, get some rest and allow your body to have enough sleep to get rid of the eye bags easier.



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