Folk recipes for dealing with bags under the eyes

Folk recipes for dealing with bags under the eyes
Folk recipes for dealing with bags under the eyes

The bags under the eyes, which have arisen due to the accumulation of excess fluid, are effectively de alt with by folk methods.

- Contrast compresses in the eye area have proven themselves. To prepare them, prepare a dry herb with healing properties in a ratio of 2 tablespoons to half a cup of boiling water. Chamomile, oak bark, parsley, mint, sage, lime blossom have a very good effect. You can use black or green tea. Cool the decoction in two parts, in one of them add 3-4 ice cubes.

Before use, moisten the cotton swabs in the warm decoction, apply 1 minute to the eyes. Then moisten the pads in the cold decoction and reattach them to the eyes. For one procedure, it is good to apply the compress 5-6 times, but always with a break. Compresses can be done in the morning, but better - in the evening before going to bed.

- Many people prefer tea compresses with tea bags. Black or green tea is suitable, or even better - chamomile. The packets should be dipped in boiling water for 30 seconds, then taken out, squeezed a little and put in the freezer for 10 minutes. Then you can make a compress: place the cooled packs in the area of swelling under the eyes and leave for 5-10 minutes.

- Vegetable compresses (fresh, cooked and frozen). For example, raw potatoes are rubbed on a grater or cut into thin plates. The resulting slurry is placed on two small gauzes, which are applied to the area under the eyes. Slices of raw potatoes can be placed directly on the skin of the eyelids and under the eyes, and covered with gauze on top. Such compresses should be kept on the eyes for 5-15 minutes. They are used every day, morning or evening.

- Cooled cucumber compress is very easy to make. Take the cucumber that is lying in the refrigerator and cut it into slices. These pieces should be placed on the under eye area and left for 5-10 minutes.

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