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    Cold water and cucumber slices are the best options for you you can try these in winter for your puffy eyes.

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    **Wendy Teng** Female

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    You can try a free solution like:
    1. Place warm teabags over your eyes for a few minutes.

    2. Soothe your eyes with cold cucumbers.

    If it doesn't work, then you have to facial your skin:

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    4. A permanent fix is to use LUMINESCE Cellular Rejuvenation Serum which is developed by dermatologist, it helps to remove eye
    bags, dark circles, wrinkles, fine lines, stretch marks, heals wound, face lift, whitening and reveal your unique glow. It's Paraben free.
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    Hope this will help

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    **Hair transplant cost** Female

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    You can use a very simple method for puffy eyes, put some rose water drops in your eyes, it will make your eyes fresh. Rose water is a distillate so if you want sooth your eyes so use rose water.

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    **Ms Pink** Female

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    Perhaps can try not to drink so much water before sleep?
    I heard it will make your eyes puffy.... for myself, i avoid drinking at least 2 hrs before sleep. If really needed, i will just drink one tablespoon of water...
    Tea bags also can help to reduce the puffiness ...put on cold tea bag for 15mins...

    If condition is very serious, might want to seek for professional help. Do check with the doctor before you proceed with any treatment..
    You might want to read this up for reference

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    **Richa** Female

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    Aug 2018


    The reason for your dark circle is not getting enough sleep, in that case, the first thing you need to do is get enough sleep. Sometimes eyes get puffy due to the high amount of sodium intake try to limit the excess amount of sodium intake.You can also go for other home remedies also such as apply juices of cucumber,potatoes and almond oil these remedies are also very effective.

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    **Illeana Fernandes** Female

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    Sep 2018


    You can use under eye gel and massage your eye contour area with jade rollers this well help you depuff your under eye area well.

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    **MaT Donawan** Male

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    This really works for me, Hope this will work for you too. this serves the two purpose at a time, get rid of puffiness and dark circles as well.

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