Urgh, ageing, what a ball bag...literally. Common signs of ageing in both men and women are bags underneath our eyes. The skin under our eyes is thinner than the skin on any part of our face, so this area is more likely to show signs of ageing. As we get older, it's easier for fluid to build up in the skin under your eyes.
So because I love you all, here is an easy DIY under eye treatment to sort out all that eye-ageing vom-tits that none of us needs in our lives.
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WHAT YOU WILL NEED?
Green Tea teabag
Mug or milk jar to brew the green tea
Organic Apple Cider
HOW TO MAKE?
Boil one cup of green tea (one teabag).
Let it steep for 5 minutes.
Pour into an ice tray and freeze.
BENEFITS OF THE INGREDIENTS?
Green Tea 101 >
Packed with antioxidants and well-known for promoting your skin's overall health.
Refreshes your skin and gives it an overall dewy look.
Reduces puffiness on your face and under-eye bags (caused by water retention in the skin).
Helps shrinks your blood vessels and tightens your pores.
Reduces the appearance of dark circles under your eyes.
Boosts blood circulation.
Helps reduce inflammation caused by acne due to the polyphenols present in green tea.
Anti-cancer and antimicrobial.
HOW TO USE?
I'm lucky, I don't have big bags under my eyes, but I try and do this every Saturday or Sunday. If you have severe bags under your eyes, use 3 to 5 times a week.
Cleanse your skin in the morning and rinse off with cold water.
Pat dry with a towel.
Remove an ice cube of frozen green tea from the ice tray.
Wrap in a muslin cloth or Supa Wipe (see exquisite inspiring image below).
Massage over your face, concentrating under and over your eyes. But also over your face and neck.
When the ice cube has melted, let it dry and apply your toner, then serum, moisturiser and sunscreen.
You. All Sorted.
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