If you’ve been finding your skin looking unusually puffy every morning, it could have a lot to do with the fluid buildup in your skin. While there are several reasons for water retention, you need to take certain measures to arrest puffiness. We’ve listed them below…
Keep yourself hydrated
 

Keep yourself hydrated

Dehydration is one of the major monsters behind puffy skin, especially inflammation under the eyes. This is because lack of water in your body causes your blood vessels to enlarge—something that leads to water retention in some parts of your body including your face. So make sure you keep yourself amply hydrated at all times.

Rely on an eye cream
 

Rely on an eye cream

One of the best ways to de-puff your under eyes while inducing collagen into your skin is by way of an eye cream. We suggest using the Pond’s Firm & Lift Eye Contour Lifter that targets the skin around your eye to firm it up and reduce the appearance of puffiness and wrinkles. Use just a wee bit of this and over time, you will notice an improvement in the quality of your skin.

Keep a check on alcohol consumption
 

Keep a check on alcohol consumption

If we know one thing about alcohol, it is the fact that it is severely dehydrating on the body. It dilates blood vessels and leads to puffiness of the skin. So make sure you go easy on alcohol or choose cocktails that contain lesser percentage of alcohol when you go drinking.

Watch your salt intake
 

Watch your salt intake

Would you believe us when we say there’s a connection between your intake of salt and puffy skin? This is because salt causes water retention in the body leading to swollen skin. So make sure you watch your levels of sodium intake.