Reducing That Puffy Face Look In The Morning

By John Under Face Fat / Bloated Face

puffy face Have you ever experienced waking up in the morning sporting a horrible puffy look on your face because of your swollen eyelids? The morning or puffy face is not something that people should be immensely worried about because it usually disappears at mid-morning or midday when the fluids that have accumulated in the lids have already drained.

However, looking like someone who has cried the whole night is still very far from being attractive especially if people have to leave home for work or school. The morning face is caused by a variety of factors like dehydration, improper diet, allergies, and insufficient sleep. As in the case of dehydration, water tends to accumulate in the lids whenever the body is dehydrated.

Drinking alcohol and consuming salty foods can also cause this because it minimizes the anti-diuretic hormones in the body which also causes water build up in some facial parts. As for the morning face caused by allergies, it is usually accompanied by other problems like itching and redness.

There are a couple of of things you can do to try to reduce puffy face. One is to drink lots of fluids and stay hydrated every day to facilitate proper fluid motions in the body and prevent build-ups. Lowering the salt intake and taking a healthy diet consisting of more veggies than of junk food also helps a lot.

Since the body can only store salt in fluid suspension form, too much intake of this can cause the gathering of skin around the eyes and give room for more water accumulation. Also, never sleep with eye make-up on and use a gentle make-up remover to clean up. This avoids specks of eye shadow or mascara from entering the eyes and causing an allergic reaction.

Moreover, refrain from using eye make-up that is more than a few months old because the bacteria that might have accumulated in it may invade the eyes and cause a reaction. Getting adequate amounts of sleep is also very important because it gives your eyes time to recuperate after a long day. When sleeping, try to lay with the head elevated a little in order to give better circulation of fluids.

Other ways to get rid of the hideous puffy face look is wearing a mask in the morning for a few minutes that is filled with cold water, ice, or gel. Wrapping ice cubes in paper towels and putting them on the eyelids is also advantageous because the temperature will reduce the swelling and make the accumulated water dissipate faster.

Make sure you keep eye creams in the refrigerator to make them instantly ready for morning usage. In using the creams, use the ring finger to gently tap it on the eyelid to hasten the drainage of the fluid. Soaking cotton-wool pads in cold milk and applying them on closed eyelids for a few minutes is also a good home remedy because it not only removes the puffiness, but also brightens the white part of the eye.

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john_socratous

July 2

Yes you are correct, don't use cold water on your face after the moisturizer. In general you should be using the exfoliant before you moisturize.

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