There are changes that start to appear in our face as we age, due to free radical damage, toxins, smoke and many external substances that our skin is exposed to our skin begins to wrinkle and show face lines.
But one of the most unwanted skin aging problem is eye bags around the eyes, dark circles and puffiness. They form when the tissues under the eyes lose firmness, it therefore allows fatty deposits to bulge.
On the other hand crows feet form due to constant muscle movement for years.
Also nasal inflammation cases ฟิลเลอร์ถุงใต้ตา, it slows down the flow of blood through our tiny vessels, trapping blood in that area and shows through the skin in circles.
How to get rid of Puffiness and Eye Bags
You may want to try treatments like surgery procedures, lasers, fillers or other anti aging treatments, but they each have their risks and costs involved, so they may not be for you, you need to consult your doctor.
It can help to have a massage routine and use a moisturizer to relax the lines around your eyes.
Use little apricot oil to massage in a circular movement from your eyes corner to the temple area. Doing this on a daily basis will improve your muscles efficiency. Keep your skin hydrated, use a good moisturizer to prevent dryness.
There are natural home remedies to reduce bags under eyes such as lying downs with cucumber over the eyes and the application of cold teaspoons.
However there are Creams that remove puffiness ฟิลเลอร์ใต้ตา, bags and dark circles, but most people don’t know which one is good, because is difficult to find one cream that is actually effective.
But i have found that there are some natural creams from New Zealand that contain very important anti aging ingredients and compounds such as Eyeliss and Haloxyl that have been proven extensively in clinical trials to reduce significantly eye bags, puffiness and dark circles without causing any side effects because they are natural.
Massage in a little apricot oil and with the ring finger massage in a circular motion from the corner of the eye outwards towards the temple area. Do this on a daily basis to exercise and improve the efficiency of the muscles encircling the eye. Botox is widely used in invasive treatments but good alternatives can be found in the form of certain moisturizers, use these on a daily basis to keep your skin from drying out, there are some that provide excellent overall anti aging treatments in general too.Look for those with built in sun protection.
Bags under the eyes are often due to fluid retention and again there are ways to reduce the problem other than turning to surgery.
The appearance of those bags can often look worse on waking in the mornings and that’s because the fluid builds up overnight. You might like to try a little exercise in jumping up and down or just running up and down the stairs as gravity can help pull down the excess fluid and lessen their appearance.
There are other well know remedies such as lying down with cucumber or potato slices over the eyes and of course the application of ice or cold teaspoons.
You might also like to try tapping lightly with your finger in the under eye area for a minute or so to try and disperse the fluid.
If you believe that those bags under the eyes are as a result of your lifestyle or diet you could run a check on whether or not they are worse after eating certain foods or when you have been consuming too much alcohol or have been in a really smoky atmosphere. Try avoiding some of these things and see if it does make a difference.
Perhaps switching your brands of eye make up, eye make up remover, contact lens solution or mascara might help, you might me sensitive to one of them. If you use an eye cream use only a very small amount and pat or dot it on very lightly along the bony ridge under the eye not right under the eye lashes then massage it in very gently. Make sure that the eye cream you use is the right one for you and make sure that it does not enter your eyes.