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5 Home Remedies For Puffy Under Eyes

5 Home Remedies For Puffy Under Eyes

It is annoying to have puffy eyes. Whether or not it is noticeable to others, it feels as if it is. The skin around the eyes can be puffy because a person is overtired, or because a person has been crying, or can be due to a number of other things such as allergies.

Puffy eyes can make a person feel as though they are more tired than they actually are, or that their physical appearance (because of their puffy eyes) becomes unattractive to others. If you have to go to work or to school you likely do not want to go there with puffy eyes.

Over the years there have been many different home remedies and creams and gels that are used to reduce puffy eyes. The following are 5 tried and proven natural and safe home remedies that can greatly reduce the amount of puffiness in your eye area...

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    1. Place A Cold Spoon On Your Eye Area

    You can always be ready for this home remedy by keeping a couple spoons in the freezer.

    To reduce the puffiness around your eyes with a chilled spoon, simply press the rounded side against your eyelid for several minutes. This will bring down the swelling and redness in the area tremendously.

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    2. Place Used Tea Bags On Your Eyelids

    Tea bags are another great home remedy for puffy eyes. Chamomile tea works well, but any type of tea will do.

    Simply use two tea bags to brew a cup of tea. After the bag has cooled a bit, place them on your eyelid for approximately ten minutes.

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    3. Cotton Pads And Ice Water

    This is a quick and easy home remedy for puffy eyes. If you don’t have cotton pads, you can use cotton balls or a washcloth.

    Fill a bowl with cold water and add several ice cubes. Place the cotton pads, cotton balls, or washcloth in the water until they are cold. Squeeze the water out and then put them over your eye area.

    Keep dipping the pads and making them cold again for up to 15 minutes. The cold temperature will bring down the swelling in the area, making your eyes look less puffy.

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    4. Cucumber Slices

    Believe it or not, cucumber slices actually do work as a home remedy for puffy eyes.

    Cut a couple slices and put them on your eye area for around 15 minutes to take advantage of the natural anti-inflammatory nature of cucumber.

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    5. A Good Night’s Sleep Will Do Wonders

    Whether your eyes are puffy because you are overtired or because you have been crying, a good night’s sleep will do wonders for your puffy eye problem.

    Try to get at least 7 or 8 hours of sleep so you can wake feeling well-rested and rejuvenated.

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