How to Reduce Eye Bags?

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Eye bags make Some people look like zombies. They’re the ones with bags under the eyes and they look like they’ve been up all night. So why is it that some of us get bags sooner than others? Several reasons.

Eye bags are part of the aging process, during which the ligaments that hold the under-eye fatty deposits get weaker. With time, the skin loses its elasticity and the bags get bigger. And while the speed at which this happens is often hereditary, some lifestyle factors can hasten the process.

Does that soften the blow? Eyelasticity Age-Defying Eye Therapy thinks it should, because it means that eye bags and that dreaded “tired” look are manageable and within your control. In this article we’ll review the things you can do to reduce eye baggage. How Eyelasticity Age-Defying Eye Therapy can help.

Lifestyle Factors

Sleep With Your Head Elevated – When you sleep, fluid can accumulate under the eyes and contribute to eye bags and puffiness. Sleeping on your back with your head on two pillows elevates your face and reduces Fluid under eyes.

Avoid Fluids Before Bedtime – Speaking of sleep, try not to drink fluids before you retire for the evening. With less fluid in your system while you rest there’s less fluid to build up and cause puffiness.

Avoid Salty Snacks – Foods that are high in salt can increase water retention, and the effect is magnified while you rest, when your metabolism slows to a crawl.

Drink Plenty of Water (During the Day) – This sounds ironic considering we just discussed how water retention can cause eye bags, but the key is to drink it during the day. Your body needs water to flush out toxins and keep skin taut and healthy.

Green Tea Bags – One of the famous old wives tales you’ve heard, cold green tea bags can, in fact, reduce eye bags. Chalk it up to an anti-inflammatory chemical called EGCG, which can reduce fluid accumulation and tighten the delicate skin in this area. Not into green tea? Use a slice of cucumber instead.

Eyelasticity Age-Defying Eye Therapy

The preceding tips can reduce eye bags, and it is true that bagginess affects some more than others and at an earlier age. But it is inevitable that, at some point, Father Time catches up to all of us. You will develop bagginess at some point. Is there a solution? Actually, there is.

Eyelasticity Age-Defying Eye Therapy is a gentle, yet potent formulation of proven natural ingredients with Swiss-derived patented peptides, including Eyeseryl, Syn-ake and Pro-Coll-One+. They’re ideal for the skin in this delicate area. And when combined, they do magical things.

In a recent clinical study, Eyelasticity Age-Defying Eye Therapy reduced under-eye puffiness in 95% of study participants. Seventy per cent of the volunteers saw improvements in less than two weeks and eye bags were reduced by thirty-two per cent.

Kinda makes you wonder why someone would spend $6,000 for a surgical eye lift, doesn’t it?

Less intrusive than surgery and much more affordable, Eyelasticity Age-Defying Eye Therapy is a safe and effective way to reduce eye bags and that dreaded “tired” look. We think it will take years off your appearance, for a happier, more beautiful you!

Much Love,

Michele

 

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10 thoughts on “How to Reduce Eye Bags?”

  1. Karen Chen says:

    Ahh this is such a helpful post, I can’t always rely on concealer for the dark circles haha! Thank you for sharing, I’ll try out the green tea bags trick x

    1. Michele says:

      Hi Karen, Your very welcome! The green tea works great! Thanks for commenting.🙂

  2. Elizabeth says:

    I get bags under my eyes all the time. Thanks for the tips

    1. Michele says:

      Hi Elizabeth, I used to also and it’s embarrassing and annoying! They are doing great since using this product. Just want extra perk of being a tired women. LOL! Thanks for commenting.🙂

  3. Trent Peek says:

    I really enjoyed your article. It’s not often I get to read article that grab my attention like yours. Thanks.

    1. Michele says:

      Thank you so much!! I appreciate it!☺

  4. Thanks for sharing this great information! Your explanations really make a lot of sense.

    1. Michele says:

      Thank you Christina! ?

  5. Kat Fenton says:

    Definitely going to try the above suggestions because the last few days the bags under my eyes look like they are carrying suitcases, late nights have caught up to me,,

    1. Michele says:

      LOL! That was great! Thanks for the laugh! It definitely helps eye bags tremendously! Have a great day and thanks for commenting kat!

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