Reduce your salt intake
More often than not, we don't realise how much salt goes in our diet. The more salt we consume, the more the water retention in our body. This can lead to puffiness in the eye area. Deal with this by cutting down on salt and drinking plenty of water to flush it out of your system.
Switch your pillowcase
Over time, your pillowcase retains allergens and bacteria. When these come in contact with your eyes, it could lead to redness and fatigue in the area. That’s why we suggest switching to an anti-allergenic pillowcase. Sleeping on silk also helps.
Care for your under-eyes
The skin under your eyes is one of the most delicate parts of your body and definitely needs extra care. For that, treat it with the Pond’s Age Miracle™ Firm & Lift Eye Contour Lifter that comes with a specially designed applicator whose repeated use not only brightens up the eyes, but also reduces the appearance of fine lines.
A spoonful of chill
Keep a few metal tablespoons overnight in your refrigerator and in the morning, place them over your under-eye area until the coolness dissipates. This technique restricts the blood circulation to the area, which reduces swelling and brightens up your eyes.
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Written by Dayle Pereira on Apr 19, 2016