Homemade Cream For Your Under Eye Bags

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If you are sleepy and have under eye bags and you want to hide the lack of sleep, then this homemade cream can help. This cream is the fastest solution for a fresh look in the morning.

Under eye bags are a normal and common occurrence, especially when you sleep less than necessary. The bags under the eyes are actually fluid buildup. Most often they are caused by lack of sleep, hormones, genetics, poor nutrition or allergies.

How To Choose An Eye Cream

It is important to choose a good eye cream because the eye area is sensitive and thin. The eyes are more susceptible to drying, so it is good to nourish them with a suitable cream. The ingredients you should pay attention to depend on the effect you want to achieve.

The best eye creams for under eye bags are those that contain caffeine, that brightens the skin around the eyes and narrows the blood vessels. The cream should also contain ingredients that nourish and moisturize the eye area such as aloe vera or hyaluronic acid. It’s also desirable for the cream to contain vitamins such as C and E.

It is best to keep any eye creams in the fridge and apply it in the morning. Also, a smart thing to do is to apply a light texture cream in the morning, and if you want to apply a cream in the evening, choose one with a richer texture.

Under Eye Bags & Wrinkle Cream

One ingredient that would be useful if you have wrinkles is retinol as it stimulates cell renewal. Please note that retinol is not used during pregnancy and is only applied at night.

You can prepare this natural and effective eye cream at home if you do not want to spend money on expensive store bought creams.

Ingredients:

  • 3½ ounces of butter
  • 1 egg
  • 2 teaspoons of almond oil
  • 2 teaspoons of lemon juice

Start by melting the butter on low heat. Then, when it melts, remove it from the heat and add the other ingredients to it. Mix the ingredients very well until you get a nice and even mixture. When you’re done, transfer the cream in a small jar and store it in the fridge.

When it’s cooled and solid, your cream is ready for use. Apply the cream on a clean face at night, and let it work it’s magic over night.

You can also use cucumbers or cold wraps as a natural remedy for under-eye bags. Teabags with tannin (such as black tea) can also help reduce puffy eyes. The teabags should be soaked in warm water and cooled before putting on the eyes.

Under eye bags are a normal and common occurrence, especially when you sleep less than necessary. The bags under the eyes are actually fluid buildup.

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