Post # 1
I’ve always had natural puffy under eyes (not dark circles) and it does annoy me as it looks like I’m really tired or I’ve been crying all night and I haven’t! I’m only 27 and feel like under my eyes really does age me 🙁
I am worried I’ll wake up on my wedding day and they’ll be really bad as somedays they can be worse…
Anyone have any good creams or ideas on how to make them look not so puffy and aged? I’d even Consider a small procedure if it doesn’t make me look all artificial looking! Ha!
This is me today..
Post # 2
Debsy: I heard thar if you put tea bags on your eyes it helps with bahs. No idea if it’s true of not.
Post # 3
I am the same! I can sleep 9 blissful hours and someone will say “looks like you have been up all night!”. I keep spoons in the freezer, the cold reduces some under eye swelling
Post # 4
No kidding- preperation h…
Post # 5
Preperation-h, that’s what the pros use!
Post # 6
sumshine.dawn: thanks, I’ve tried the teabag thing before I think it worked a tiny bit! Might be worth trying again!
theatrejulia: I’m going give this a try! Thank you! It is so annoying though isn’t it? Having a good sleep and look like you’ve had none! Ggggrrrrrr!
graygodess20: Octoamour: I’ve just looked up what this is for…hemarroids!! You’ve got to be kidding me right?!
Post # 7
Debsy: What about a cooling eye mask? You can place this in the fridge and wear at night. Remember, anything you place in the freezer should never go directly on your skin or you will get “freezer burn”. Please a washcloth or folded paper towel between your skin and any frozen item.
Preperation-h is no joke! =) Yes, it’s for the bum region but works great for eye bags.
Post # 8
Debsy: I will second the hemorrhoid cream…it really does help!
Post # 9
BrideK2Wings: thanks for link, I will check it out and thank you for tip on putting things from the freezer straight onto your skin!
graygodess20: Octoamour: BrideK2Wings: MissCountryGirl727: OK so I’m so surprised by this but I’m going get some and see what happens! I’ve looked it up online and it says to only use it occasionally? Things like this make me laugh because I just think who one day had some hemarroid cream and thought I wonder what will happen if I put this under my eyes haha!
Post # 10
I’ve heard that if you sleep with your head a little bit elevated it can help with puffiness too. Something about fluid not being able to collect in the area. I have no idea if this works though since I can’t fall asleep propped up.
Post # 11
Tear trough dermal fillers
Post # 12
I put frozen cucumber slices on my eyes when they are puffy. it defiantly helps me.
Post # 13
Debsy : I know this post is a little old and I don’t know if OP will even see it but witch hazel works really well for puffiness. I buy the Dickinson’s witch hazel from the drug store (NOTE: there are two types of witch hazel from this brand: one in the first aid section and one in the beauty section. They are literally the exact same thing from the same brand but the one in the first aid section is cheaper and you get more in the bottle). Just use a cotton pad and dab under your eyes in the morning (or keep the with hazel in the fridge and use it cold in the morning) and it really helps. Witch hazel has all kinds of amazing benefits and I use it on my skin every night. Keeps me smooth, acne-free and I look more awake 🙂
Post # 14
Debsy : one more thing: even though your eyes are a little puffy I don’t think it makes you look any less pretty!