skin care concerns 5 Tips To Treat Puffy Eyes Fast
Pamper those puffy peepers.
Pamper those puffy peepers.
Whether the result of seasonal allergies or simple emotions (hello tearjerkers), we’ve all had to deal with puffy, swollen eyes. It’s not just unsightly inflammation that can come from crying and tired eyes, but dark circles and dryness can also be reflected in that delicate skin under your eyes. Although there’s no one-size-fits-all fix for swollen, puffy eyes there are a few tips and tricks for this common skin care concern that are sure to make you cry tears of joy. From skin care tools to makeup essentials, keep reading for five helpful tips to try when you want to get rid of puffy eyes.
The key to managing puffy eyes is to take action immediately to help speed up the process. As soon as you notice the swollen eyes starting to show, reach for one of these puff-reducing options below.
One of the best ways to tackle puffy, swollen eyes is to enlist the help of an eye cream. In addition to reducing puffiness, eye creams like the L’Oréal Paris Revitalift Triple Power Eye Treatment are great for addressing an array of skin care concerns, including puffiness, lack of moisture, and dark circles. Complete with a cooling metal tip, this daily eye cream is formulated with pro-retinol, vitamin C, and hyaluronic acid to help de-puff, reduce wrinkles, and brighten the area the eyes for a more refreshed and radiant look.
For a soothing and rejuvenating option, a cold compress can be a lifesaver on those puffy eye days. Simply wet a clean washcloth with cool water or wrap it around an ice pack. While sitting up, apply the cold washcloth to the skin under and around your eyes for a few minutes using mild pressure.
Editor’s Tip: For some cooling action on the fly, placing chilled cucumber slices on your eyes makes for an easy and edible cold compress as well.
Give your skin some extra love with a jade roller massage. Perfect for stimulating blood flow to the skin and helping to address visible signs of aging, this trendy beauty tool can also help you manage puffiness. Using the smaller end, gently roll the tool over your under-eye area in upward motions. You can also pop your jade roller in the fridge to cool it down and use it as a cold compress.
There’s a face mask out there to address every type of skin care concern, including puffy eyes. From apostrophe-shaped picks that work like mini sheet masks to creamy smooth-on formulas, you can choose any option of eye mask to revitalize your eyes and tackle puffiness.
When in need, there is nothing wrong with using a little bit of makeup to mask puffy eyes. While a concealer can help cover imperfections and achieve a bright-eyed look, opting for a concealer-eye cream like the L’Oréal Paris True Match Eye Cream in a Concealer, 0.5% Hyaluronic Acid can do that and much more. This makeup-skincare hybrid provides instant dark circle coverage with the bonus of hyaluronic acid eye cream for all-day hydration to give your eyes a fresh and less puffy look.
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Written and Photographed by: Lauren Paige Richeson