Eyebags or periorbital puffiness is a condition in which the tissues around our eyes are swollen. The swelling that develops under the eyes is what we call an eye bag because of its bag-like shape.
Eyebags generally develop as we age. Although it does not cause pain, the eye bag can interfere with your appearance as it makes the face look tired and older. Eyebags occur due to fluid accumulation resulting in weakening of the tissues around the eye, including the eyelid-support muscles.
One of the most common causes of eye bags is lack of sleep. This is because a lack of sleep tends to cause blood vessels under the skin to thin out and create a darker color. These enlarged blood vessels can cause fluid accumulation around the eyes, thus forming an eye bag.
In addition to lack of sleep, the most common causes of eye drops are as follows:
In allergic rhinitis, inflammation occurs in the nose due to allergic reactions. Symptoms include sneezing and watery eyes, which can be accompanied by eye drops and dark circles below the eyes.
Aging can lead to the appearance of eye bags as the muscle, and tissue structure around the eyes grow weaker. The skin also starts to droop and fluid begins to accumulate beneath the eyes. In addition, the fat around the eyes also moves to the area around the bottom of the eye so that it looks swollen or forms an eye bag.
- Bad eating patterns
Lack of fluid and low protein intake can not only affect your health but can also affect the lower part of your eyes.
Stress can cause the skin and body tissue to become weak, which can also happen to the skin tissue around the eyes. When the skin tissue around the eye is weakened, the eye bag may form due to fluid accumulation. Eye bags and dark circles on the eyes can also be caused by smoking habits, consuming too much caffeine and alcohol,
How do you get rid of it?
- Increase mineral intake
Lack of water in the body also causes blood circulation to go down. Sufficient water in the body reduces the appearance of dry skin and wrinkles.
- Healthy eating style
This is the most effective way to get rid of eyeballs. Your beauty depends on your diet. Most eyeballs are associated with vitamin K and vitamin B12 deficiency. Eat vegetables, fruits, and other leafy vegetables, for example, cabbage, spinach and carrots. Reduce salt intake as it will cause water retention in the body and will result in eyeballs.
- Pampering face with cucumber
Clean your face, then lie down. Put the cooled cucumber pieces for 30 minutes first around the eyes. Relax, rub gently and let the cucumber pieces gently for 15 minutes. Then rinse with cold water. The coolness of the cucumber fruit reduces the swelling of the eyes and works to reduce and brighten the eyeballs as well as tighten the skin.
Tea is great for improving blood circulation around the eyes. In addition, it also helps to reduce pigmentation as well as dark circles under the eyes.
24th June 11:59