How to Help Reduce Eye Puffiness
Whether you have a big meeting during the day or a special occasion at night, the bags under your eyes shouldn’t get in the way of making you feel great. So, how can you help reduce the appearance of eye puffiness? Apply a cold compress to your eyes to deflate some of the puffiness. Feel free to use a washcloth, or experiment with cooling eye gel pads like the Eye Look Rested De-Puffer + Brightener from Artistry Studio™. These serum-infused patches can help provide an instant wake-me-up that can leave you feeling recharged, refreshed, and ready to start your day. Or try our new Eye Look Energized eye serum to brighten and reduce the look of puffiness.
By hydrating the delicate area around the eye, the patches can cool and depuff the skin, helping it to appear brighter. Best of all? They’re suitable for all skin types. You can follow up your eye gel pads with an eye roller to further help lessen the puffiness. An eye roller can help stimulate blood flow and oxygen and reduce eye puffiness.
Eye creams or serums containing caffeine may also help to reduce visible eye puffiness and darkness below the eye. Don’t have any serums on hand? Try a wet, cool teabag, which may have anti-irritation qualities.
The only bags on your body should be on your arm or in your hand. Now that you’ve figured out how to reduce visible eye puffiness, you can kiss those dark circles goodbye. Whether you opt for a little less sodium in your breakfast or eye gel pads, the right habits and tools can help you wake up looking refreshed and ready to start your day.