As a woman, it’s sometimes advisable to make your own homemade eye masks instead of applying eye cream.
So here are 5 easy natural homemade eye masks that will keep your under eyes looking great.
Tea Bags Mask
A great way to fight puffiness around the eyes is using tea bags. The caffeine and antioxidants in tea will work their magic around your eyes. You should choose a tea bag with a lot of caffeine in it so that you get the full diuretic benefit of it.
All you need to do is put two steeped tea bags in the fridge then place them on your eyes for 10 minutes. Then, rinse gently.
Potato masks can be used to reduce puffiness as well as dark circles.
Simply blend a small amount of Irish potato into a paste and spread it under your eyes. Leave for 20 minutes and then rinse gently.
The coffee mask is suitable for all skin types. The caffeine in the coffee reduces puffiness and fatigue.
Just mix 1 teaspoon of honey and very soft ground coffee together. Then apply under your eyes for 10-15 minutes then rinse.
Avocado & Aloe Vera Mask
Avocado is very nutritious while aloe vera is quite hydrating. By using this mask, your skin will feel super soft and moist after applying it.
Mix 1 tsp of avocado and aloe vera and apply it around your eyes. Leave for 10-20 minutes and rinse.
Almond Oil & Honey
This mask will hydrate your under-eye area and work on dark circles as well.
Mix 1 tsp of sweet almond oil and 1 tsp of honey. Apply and leave for as long as you like, then rinse gently with tap water.
However, for a fast result, you should use this mask twice a week.
Cucumber Rose Mask
This mask is for hydration and glow. As we know, cucumber has lots of water that your skin needs and rose water is very soothing and has an amazing smell.
Mix 1 tsp of minced cucumber with 1 tsp of rose water. Apply on a cotton pad then place it under your eyes for 10 minutes. Then, rinse off gently.
So which of these homemade eye masks practical beauty hacks will you try?