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Tired And Puffy-Looking Eyes? Here’s How To Look More Awake Using Only Natural Products

Tired And Puffy-Looking Eyes? Here’s How To Look More Awake Using Only Natural Products

We all have those days when we don’t feel rested enough, and our eyes show it.

2022/03/16

We all have those days when we don’t feel rested enough, and our eyes show it. If you often struggle with covering up tired and puffy-looking eyes, you’re in luck. This article explores how you can look more awake using only natural products without makeup.

Aloe Vera

Aloe vera contains antioxidants that can soothe and moisturise your skin. To get the most from this plant, it is recommended to buy an aloe vera plant yourself, as you can cut the leaves as required and reap the benefits of the gel inside. Plus, the plant is super easy to look after and maintain. Alternatively, you can buy aloe vera gel which should be used sparingly. Apply a little under the eyes whenever you need a refresher.

Eye Cream

Using natural products around the eyes is best, as the skin here is sensitive. A good organic eye cream can make your eyes look less tired, reduce puffiness, and firm the skin. This natural anti-ageing eye cream is made with vegan ingredients, like kale and pomegranate enzymes, to give your eyes a pick-me-up. Use this every day in conjunction with other natural products on this list to beat those tired and puffy-looking eyes for good.

Cold Cucumber

You already have cucumber in your fridge, so why not make use of it to combat those puffy eyes? Cucumber has been a home remedy for tired-looking eyes for as long as we can remember, and there’s a reason so many people still use it today. Cucumber has both diuretic and detoxifying properties, which can help improve the look of the skin around your eyes.

Cucumber is also a great source of vitamin C and antioxidants, which will enrich and soothe your skin. Keep it in the fridge and slice before placing it over your eyes and relaxing. The coolness of the cucumber can also help to beat swelling. About 15-30 minutes should do the trick.

Chamomile Tea

There are two ways you can use chamomile tea to your advantage if you have tired eyes. Boil the kettle and let two teabags soak before removing them and either leaving them to cool slightly or popping them in the fridge if you want a cool compress rather than a warm one. Now you have 2 teabags that can be used as an eye mask, plus a steaming cup of chamomile tea loaded with health benefits.

Ice Cold Water

Ice cold water can instantly improve the look of tired eyes, as it constricts the blood flow in your face, therefore reducing swelling and redness. Dunk your face in a cold water bowl each morning for an instant boost, or soak a flannel, wring it out, and pop it over your eyes for a simple and cheap eye mask. Also, make sure you are drinking enough water, as this can directly affect our skin.

Combining a natural eye cream with any of the above natural remedies will improve the look of your tired and puffy-looking eyes, with ingredients you can find in your kitchen.

Laura.Bartlett

Laura.Bartlett

Northern girl Laura is the epitome of a true entrepreneur. Laura’s spirit for adventure and passion for people blaze through House of Coco. She founded House of Coco in 2014 and has grown it in to an internationally recognised brand whilst having a lot of fun along the way. Travel is in her DNA and she is a true visionary and a global citizen.