Puffy Eyes
Have you ever woken up with puffy eyes and became
frustrated at the sight? So many things contribute to
puffy e...
Get Rid of Puffy Eyes
One of the easiest ways to get rid
of your puffy eyes is by drinking
water. Parts of your body hold ...
Warm Water and Salt
Create a saline solution by
getting warm water and
adding around a ½ teaspoon
of salt. Once the salt
d...
Aloe Vera
Aloe vera does not only soothe burnt skin. It can
also relieve puffy and tired eyes. Aloe vera can
easily be pur...
Sunken Eyes
Sunken eyes and dark circles are a
result of stress, lack of sleep, or a
poor diet. Try using warm or cold
tea...
Almond Oil for Dark Circles
The skin beneath the eyes is very
soft and delicate. This is why
almond oil is a perfect remed...
We hope you have enjoyed
this presentation on natural
remedies for beautiful eyes.
For information on the benefits
of wine...
Natural Eye Remedies by Vine Vera
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Natural Eye Remedies by Vine Vera

Puffy Eyes Have you ever woken up with puffy eyes and became frustrated at the sight? So many things contribute to puffy eyes, including crying, stress, sinus, poor diet, lack of sleep, and dehydration. Get Rid of Puffy Eyes One of the easiest ways to get rid of your puffy eyes is by drinking water. Parts of your body hold on to water when you are dehydrated, including your eyes. Believe it or not, a potato can also cure puffy eyes. The starch found in potatoes act as an anti-inflammatory. Simply grate the potato and place in a cloth. Fold the cloth and place on your eyelids for about 15 minutes. Warm Water and Salt Create a saline solution by getting warm water and adding around a ½ teaspoon of salt. Once the salt dissolves, dip a cotton ball in the solution and apply over eyelids for a couple of minutes. Repeat for a minimum of 30 minutes to get noticeable results. Aloe Vera Aloe vera does not only soothe burnt skin. It can also relieve puffy and tired eyes. Aloe vera can easily be purchased as a liquid or gel form at the drugstore. Soak a cotton ball with the aloe vera and position it on your eyelids for 10 minutes. Remove and wash once you are done. Sunken Eyes Sunken eyes and dark circles are a result of stress, lack of sleep, or a poor diet. Try using warm or cold teabags. This helps improve blood circulation and reduces your dark circles. Lemon juice can also help those dark circles. It acts as a natural bleach that will lighten the skin and remove dead skin cells. If all else fails, get more sleep, drink plenty of water, and eat healthy. Almond Oil for Dark Circles The skin beneath the eyes is very soft and delicate. This is why almond oil is a perfect remedy for dark circles. The almond oil is gentle enough that it will not irritate the skin around your eyes. Just a few drops of oil before bed will leave your eyes noticeably lighter the next morning. Wash the area around your eyes thoroughly upon waking up to remove any traces of the almond oil.
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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Transcripts - Natural Eye Remedies by Vine Vera

  • 1. Puffy Eyes Have you ever woken up with puffy eyes and became frustrated at the sight? So many things contribute to puffy eyes, including crying, stress, sinus, poor diet, lack of sleep, and dehydration.
  • 2. Get Rid of Puffy Eyes One of the easiest ways to get rid of your puffy eyes is by drinking water. Parts of your body hold on to water when you are dehydrated, including your eyes. Believe it or not, a potato can also cure puffy eyes. The starch found in potatoes act as an anti-inflammatory. Simply grate the potato and place in a cloth. Fold the cloth and place on your eyelids for about 15 minutes.
  • 3. Warm Water and Salt Create a saline solution by getting warm water and adding around a ½ teaspoon of salt. Once the salt dissolves, dip a cotton ball in the solution and apply over eyelids for a couple of minutes. Repeat for a minimum of 30 minutes to get noticeable results.
  • 4. Aloe Vera Aloe vera does not only soothe burnt skin. It can also relieve puffy and tired eyes. Aloe vera can easily be purchased as a liquid or gel form at the drugstore. Soak a cotton ball with the aloe vera and position it on your eyelids for 10 minutes. Remove and wash once you are done.
  • 5. Sunken Eyes Sunken eyes and dark circles are a result of stress, lack of sleep, or a poor diet. Try using warm or cold teabags. This helps improve blood circulation and reduces your dark circles. Lemon juice can also help those dark circles. It acts as a natural bleach that will lighten the skin and remove dead skin cells. If all else fails, get more sleep, drink plenty of water, and eat healthy.
  • 6. Almond Oil for Dark Circles The skin beneath the eyes is very soft and delicate. This is why almond oil is a perfect remedy for dark circles. The almond oil is gentle enough that it will not irritate the skin around your eyes. Just a few drops of oil before bed will leave your eyes noticeably lighter the next morning. Wash the area around your eyes thoroughly upon waking up to remove any traces of the almond oil.
  • 7. We hope you have enjoyed this presentation on natural remedies for beautiful eyes. For information on the benefits of wine and resveratrol, visit us at Vine Vera Cosmetics.

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