How to Reduce Your Baggy Eyes

By on May 28, 2020
Baggy eyes

Keep reading to learn how you can reduce and get rid of your under-eye bags for good. These baggy eyes make us look tired and worn out, even when we are fresh and ready to go!

Before we can reduce the inflammation and remove the baggy eyes for good, we need to understand what causes it. Prevention is always a better practice than trying to cure it.

What creates baggy eyes and puffiness?

Mild swelling or puffiness under the eyes — are common as you age. With aging, the tissues around your eyes, including some of the muscles supporting your eyelids, may weaken. Normal fat that helps support the eyes can then move into the lower eyelids, causing the lids to appear puffy.

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Other factors that contribute to the development of bags under the eyes include fluid retention. Fluid retention in the lymph nodes can make the area under your eyes swell and look baggy.

Understanding what may be causing the baggy eyes and puffiness will direct the solution. If you have caught up on your sleep and don’t have any allergies, consider some of these solutions. They will help you reduce inflammation and swelling. Just remember that it may not be an overnight success!

Get a Jade roller

Jade rollers are believed to boost blood circulation, reduce swelling, and can help products penetrate deeper into the skin. A jade roller can be used at room temperature or chilled in the fridge. The pressure and cold of the roller help to improve circulation and increase lymphatic drainage.

Use Green tea infused ice

In the same way that the cooler jade roller forces the contraction of the lymph nodes. Ice helps decrease pain and inflammation, constricting, or narrowing your blood vessels. Constricting blood vessels inhibits the body from allowing inflammation to the iced area. Brew a cup of Green tea and freeze ice cubes of this green tea. The antioxidant qualities of green tea will help improve the results.

Don’t get surgery – the risk is too high

You may be tempted to take the “quickest option”. Every surgery carries risk, making only necessary surgeries advisable. Surgery near your eyes could have far greater complications than intended.

Use Dipeptide-2 Serum

A tiny peptide with only two amino acids (amino acids are the building block of proteins, and peptides are a few amino acids attached together), Valine and Tryptophan. A dipeptide is supposed to fight under-eye bags by reducing inflammation and draining the excess moisture. Before buying a product consider the following points;

    1. Look into the manufacturing brand
    2. Does the serum multi-task. You not only want to remove lymph and reduce water stores under the eye.

With a little TLC, we can all continue to look our best, no matter what our genetics may say. Look into these options and ideas to roll the clock back. We have also found these great products easily available on Amazon!

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How to Reduce Your Baggy Eyes