As an adult, the last thing you want are bags under your eyes. Though they don’t cause any real harm, under eyes puffiness can make you feel and look old, something no one wants. To get rid of under eye bags, you have to see the cause of these displeasing bags first.
Skincare product ingredients like retinol, salicylic acid and glycolic acid can improve the look and feel of your complexion, however if you use these products too close to your delicate eye area, they can lead to irritation. Chances are you rub to relieve the irritation, but then the rubbing can create leaks in blood vessels around the eye, and the fluid that seeps out leads to puffiness and bags. Besides skincare products, shampoo, conditioner or facial-cleanser residue are also the main cause of irritation around eye area.
If you have ever eaten a high-sodium meal and felt bloated afterward, you can begin to understand the effects that sodium can have on your body. Not only can sodium cause your stomach to feel bloated, it also can make your eyes appear puffy. High-sodium diet can make different body parts retain extra water, including the area under your eyes. Your seemingly healthy snack of cheese and soy sauce you liberally pour on sushi can actually cause your under-eye bags. That’s why to reduce the occurrence of puffy eyes, you need to cut back on the sodium in your diet, on both obvious and less obvious sodium sources.
Ageing process apparently make under eye bags appear as your cheeks begin to droop a bit. But did you know a quick slim-down can also lead to the same problem? As volume in your cheeks lose rapidly due to drastic weight loss, it disrupted the smooth transition from the under eye to the cheek. So our advice is, take it easy on your weight loss plan!