TIRED EYES REMEDY - This does work. Soak green tea bags in water for one minute, and place them in your freezer for 20 minutes to cool them. Close your eyes, lay the cool tea bags atop them and lay back for 15 minutes. The green tea can help rejuvenate eyes while the coolness will alleviate any swelling.
How to De-Puff Tired Eyes with Green Tea. Brew some green tea. Pour it into ice cubes. Freeze. Then apply under your eyes the morning of. Read on for more detailed instructions on how to incorporate this into your daily beauty routine.
Who hasn’t had those mornings where they wake up, drink some coffee, look in the mirror, and think, “Damn, I look exhausted.” Not getting enough sleep does more than just make you feel really run-down – it makes you look really run-down too. And while no woman should be expected to look bright-eyes and bushy-tailed … Read More
Say Adios To Puffy Eyes With These DIY Cucumber Pads
Today, instead of doing the traditional method of using fresh cucumber slices, Michelle Phan is going to spice things up a little bit! She will show us how to make cucumber pads that you can make ahead of time. They are not only effective, but they’re safe and inexpensive as well! Start soothing those horrible looking tired eyes today watch the video and see the written instructions here: http://gwyl.io/say-adios-puffy-eyes-diy-cucumber-pads/
How To Make An Herbal Eye Pillow For Relaxation & Headache Relief | Tired eyes? Stressed? Have a headache? Can’t sleep? An herbal eye pillow may be just the thing you need! With the weight of the rice and the soothing scent of lavender, you can rest and relax to your heart's content. Plus, these pillows are so quick and easy to make, you can give them to all of your friends, too! | TraditionalCookingSchool.com