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Losing Sleep Over Dark Circles And Puffy Eyes? Under-Eye Gels Can Help You
Light and non-greasy, under-eye gels can fight a tired look
Have you developed dark circles or puffy eyes as a result of working too long into the night? Then it is time to give your eyes some much-needed rest and care.
Eye strains are often associated with dark circles and puffy eyes; yet, more often than not, we end up not taking sufficient care. One way you can take care of these circles and swollen spots is by applying under-eye gels. These gels have ingredients packed with antioxidants and collagen that help repair the cells and tissues around your eyes. Some of them even come with UV ray-protection and anti-ageing formula.
However, ensure that the gel is compatible with your skin type. Here, a few tips to keep in mind while using them:
Don’t use excessively
Remember, less is more when it comes to these gels. The skin around your eyes is thin and sensitive. A pea-sized drop of the gel dabbed evenly around the area should suffice.
Keep your hands clean
Wash your hands regularly with soaps or apply sanitizer before applying an under-eye gel. This prevents germs from entering your eye and causing infections.
Apply it twice a day
For best results, you should ideally apply the gel both in the morning and at night to get rid of wrinkles and eye-bags.
Tip: If you have dry-eye problem, it is best you check with a doctor before applying an under-eye gel.
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