Regardless of those two options, here are six easy ingredients that might help you remove all your under eye baggage:
You read correctly. Ice is water and seeing that your body is made up of mostly water, frozen water can help especially with those bags and any puffiness. Holding ice under your eyes for three to five minutes every night will help bring down swelling. Make sure you apply the ice with no makeup on and let the area cool on its own after.
Cut a slice from a cucumber and just cut that piece in half and place it under your eyes for 20 minutes. Cucumbers can be an extra treat to your skin even after taking your vitamins and getting enough sleep.
3. Aloe vera
You cut a stem of the plant (being careful with the thorns along the sides) and cut the stem in half so the inside can be mashed together into a sticky consistency. After blending, apply the clear remedy under your eyes and go to sleep for the night. Your skin will absorb all of the antioxidants the plant offers.
4. Almond oil
You can easily buy this oil online or in your local drugstore. Applying almond oil every night will alleviate dark circles and also help your overall skin health. Almonds are rich in vitamin E and contain proteins that are essential to promoting the skin.
5. Raw potato
Potatoes work as a natural bleacher against your skin and will reduce the appearance of those dark circles. They also have anti-inflammatory properties that will reduce bags under your eyes. Leave it on your eyes for 10 minutes every night to allow your skin to absorb its properties.
6. Tea bags
Green or black tea bags work best for this method. Refrigerate your tea bags over night and place them on your under eye area for 15 minutes the following morning. The contents in the bags have substances that work to reduce swelling and any inflammation. Of all the ingredients mentioned, I find this one to be the quickest and most potent. Don’t leave the tea bags on your eyes longer than 15 minutes because it could easily dry out your skin.