by Zama Dumakude

Zama Dumakude
Zama Dumakude

 

 

 

 

 

Go easy on alcohol

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A glass of wine is fine, but don’t overdo it. Alcohol can pull the water out of your skin. Once you weaken the delicate area around your eyes, it more likely to sink into a pouch. If you do tie one on, drink water before you go to bed and use a moisturizer around your eyes.

Take your makeup off before bed 

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Don’t go to bed with your makeup on it can make your eyes water, and cause a case of morning-after puffiness. Wash off the gunk With soap and water, or use a remover every night.

Switch your sleep position

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Are you a side or stomach sleeper? Gravity cause fluids to collect under your eyes, which might explain those pesky bags. try to sleep on your back and add an Extra pillow under your head.

Protect your eyes from UV

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You do a lot to protect your body from sunlight. Are you doing the same for your face? too much sun can make the skin around your eyes sag or wrinkle. Use sunscreen, Sunglasses and hats to protect your face from harmful rays.

Give your eyes a cooldown

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Got swallow eyes? chill them out! a cold compress  can ease puffiness. try chilled spoons, cucumber slices, or tea bags. What you use doesn’t matter… the low temperature does the work