I suffer from puffy eyes most mornings and I don’t know why, but I have found some remedies for puffy eyes to take care of the inflammation around my eye when needed. The skin around our eyes is very thin and factors like drinking too much alcohol and not sleeping well show under your eyes and it can be really unattractive.

Here are Four tips on maintain healthy vibrant under eyes.

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Tea Bags
I keep used Rooibos or green tea, tea bags in the freezer, If I am planning to use them, I take them out while I am bathing and then place them on my eyes for five minutes the coldness reduces inflammation.

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Vaseline
Before I go to bed I use Vaseline to remove makeup under my eyes using a cotton wool, this lease my eyes feeling soft and moisturized. Applying Vaseline under your eyes before sleeping also known to reduce the appearance of wrinkles as it locks in the much needed moisture.

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Spoons
I had no idea about this until last year place your spoons in the freezer for about fifteen minutes and then place them on your puffy eyes until the spoon is warm. I find this method effective and helps with my dark circles under my eyes.

Glycerine
I have dry skin and I grew up using glycerine, apply it on your face at night can make a huge difference in the morning. I have used it as my night cream/lotion, but I have learned that glycerine thickens the under eyes, skin and restores elasticity also makes the wrinkles less visible.

The bottom line is hydration is equal to, less dark circles and puffy eyes and not all of us can afford those expensive high end night creams and eye cream so when money is tight I use the 4 above methods to continue looking well rested and youthful.

What do you use to treat those unwanted puffy eyes?

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14 Comments on Remedies for Puffy Eyes

  1. Hi Moipone, I do have dark circles under my eyes, which is partly a family thing, but they aren’t too bad if I drink a decent amount of water and get enough sleep.

    My son gets very puffy eyes in the spring and I do put teabags in the freezer to pop on his eyes and they work wonders at helping to reduce the puffiness.

    Thank you for sharing your tips.

    xx

    • Hi Debbie

      Oh I hated my dark circles they have lighten up now but puffy eyes no. Love the teabags too and they are refreshing .

      Thank you for visiting and commenting 🙂 🙂

  2. I’ve heard of the tea bag trick but never tried it. I suffer from dark, puffy eyes when I wake up no matter how much sleep I’ve had, so I definitely need to try a few of these DIY methods. I’m pinning, tweeting and stumbling this post. <3 Happy Monday!

  3. I am so pinning this! I lost most of the puffiness under my eyes when I stopped eating gluten, but lately they are back. I never heard of any of these remedies, but I am game to try them! Big time! Especially the tea bags and the cold spoon, these are great ideas, I am getting rid of the bags! Yeehaw!

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