One Easy Way To Avoid Under Eye Puffiness

One Easy Way To Avoid Under Eye Puffiness

Nothing mars the reflection in the mirror more than under eye puffiness.  It makes you look tired regardless of how much sleep you got. It also can accentuate fine lines and wrinkles, adding years to your face. Who needs that?

If you want to avoid unsightly bags under your eyes there is one simple thing you can do every day, or night rather, to keep them from showing up in the morning and over time becoming permanent bags beneath your peepers. What is it?

Go to bed when you get tired. Yes, it really is that simple. One of the causes of puffy eyes is excessive yawning, like the kind when you get tired but blearily try finish a  movie marathon or keep the party going.

Well, all that yawning is causing your eyes to water.  The salty excess tears cause fluid build-up in your eyes like you’ll have after crying through a sad movie. This will cause redness and swelling that over time can become permanent under eye bags.

Going to bed around the same time every night and getting up around the same time every morning is a very good habit to get into, not only to approve your appearance, but your over-all health in general.  Consistently staying up late, yawning through another chapter or staying out for one more drink is a recipe for long-term eye problems.  Waking up with under eye puffiness year after year will prematurely age your face. It’s better to prevent than try to treat a problem like that.

Going to bed at the first sign of fatigue and a big yawn will spare you costly cosmetic treatments down road to undue the damage wrought by having puffy under eye bags all the time.  Here are a few other tips that will keep you looking younger and well rested besides getting plenty of shut-eye:

  • Avoid salty foods before bed- eat them earlier in the day
  • Don’t drink alcohol before bed-it’s very dehydrating
  • Drink plenty of water and eat lots of hydrating fruits and vegetables
  • Wear sunscreen around your eyes (and all exposed skin)
  • Sleep with a pillow that elevates your head above your heart for better fluid drainage from facial tissues at night
  • Use an eye gel or cream specifically formulated to reduce puffiness, heal cell damage and hydrate the delicate skin around your eyes

Choosing a product like Bonapiel Vitamin C Eye Gel can not only help keep your eyes looking refreshed, but if you have occasional puffiness (nobody’s perfect) using it can help reduce it immediately. The refreshing blend of aloe vera, green tea extract and cucumber in the formula dampens swelling and inflammation. The vitamin C shores up the support matrix beneath your skin to smooth out fine lines and wrinkles.

Don’t skimp on one of the most important steps in your beauty routine and get to bed. It’s called beauty sleep for a reason.

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