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Puffy Eyes: Home Remedies That Work – Part 2

By Benjamin Louis Stephens

Puffy eyes caused by aging, drinking, smoking, stress or anything else? This is part 2 of our article on powerful home remedies that actually work.

Today’s remedies start with the common potato. Highly underrated, this wonderful gravy-mate has a vast array of healing and anti-aging qualities, including pampering your puffy eyes.

In large parts of Europe the potato is tried and true as an agent to soothe an aching head, painful joints as well as other inflammatory conditions. Additionally, potato starch works as an anti-inflammatory agent to ease your puffy eyes.

Directions: Peel one potato, then wash and dry it. Grate the potato as finely as possible. Place the pulp in a clean cloth and fold to make a poultice. Place the poultice on your eyelids for 15 minutes, and behold your de-puffed eyes.

Cold water. My personal experience with this one is incredible. Before going to work, when you just have a few minutes to get ready, you don’t have time to pamper yourself with potatoes and cucumber slices, but don’t despair. Cold water works in less than 10 seconds!

Directions: Turn on your faucet and wait for the water to get cold. Cup your hands, fill them with water and hold onto your face for several seconds. Repeat twice. The coolness of the water will constrict your blood vessels and dramatically reduce swelling in a few seconds. Plus, you’ll be awake by now!

Salt. French fries, pepperoni pizza and other salty foods often cause puffy eyes. However, salt by itself is great for reducing them!

Directions: Put 1/2 teaspoon salt into 1 quart of warm water. Dip cotton balls or facial pads into the solution, then lie down and apply the pads to your eyelids. Leave on for 10-15 minutes. When finished, you’ll be amazed at your younger looking de-puffed eyes.

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Stephens, Benjamin L. "Puffy Eyes: Home Remedies That Work – Part 2." Puffy Eyes: Home Remedies That Work – Part 2. 26 Aug. 2010. uberarticles.com. 15 Sep 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/health-and-fitness/puffy-eyes-home-remedies-that-work-part-2-2/>.

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