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3 Tips To Reduce Under Eye Bags

There are many reasons why people have under-eye bags. They may be caused by lack of sleep, allergies, or even genetics. Regardless of the cause, it can be frustrating to feel self-conscious about this issue. Fortunately, there are steps that you can take to reduce your under-eye bags! In this blog post, we're sharing five different ways that individuals have found helpful in getting rid of their under-eye bags!

 Tip #1 - Drink More Water

While drinking more water may seem obvious, it can really make a difference in reducing under-eye bags! By hydrating your body with the recommended amount of water, you're helping to flush harmful toxins out of your system, which will remove excess fluid buildup and reduce the appearance of dark, dehydrated under your eyes.

 Tip #2 - Reduce Salt Intake

By reducing the amount of salt that you eat, you're helping to reduce fluid retention in under-eye bags. Excess sodium can cause water retention over time, which increases the appearance of dark circles and puffiness around your eyes! You don't need to give up salty foods completely--just be sure not to overdo sodium intake.

 Tip #3 - Decrease caffeine intake

Caffeine is a diuretic, which means that it can cause dehydration and fluid retention in under-eye bags! Limit caffeine consumption to one or two cups of coffee per day--or better yet, save yourself the headache by switching over to green tea instead. This tip goes right along with staying hydrated and drinking more water!

 Tip #4 - Get more sleep

Sleeping well will help improve the appearance of under-eye bags significantly, so aim for at least eight hours per night. Getting more sleep will also help your body produce the hormones it needs to keep under-eye bags at bay!

 Tip #5 - Use An Eye Cream

At The Advanced Eyelid Surgery Center, we recommend using retinol, peptide-rich products in combination with glycolic acid. By using these products, fine lines and wrinkles may be reduced while increasing cell turnover--meaning new skin cells are constantly being produced! This is a great way to reduce the look of under-eye bags.

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Under-eye bags can be caused by a variety of different factors, and there isn't one specific "miracle cure" that will work for everyone. By following these five tips, however, individuals may see an improvement in the appearance of their under-eyes. To learn more, please contact us at (817) 778-4444. We look forward to helping future and current clients increase their confidence one step at a time.

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