Sheet Mask for Puffy Eyes and Under Eye Dark Circles

De-puff those

with this step-by-step
skincare routine.

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We’ve all been there: you wake up energized, ready to start the day, but your skin is dull with dark circles and heavy bags under your eyes. The good news is that there are things you can do to de-puff and tighten your skin (in minutes!).

Step 1:

Mask, mask, mask!

The skin beneath your eyes is the thinnest skin on your face, show is some TLC with an under-eye repair mask that targets puffiness.

Our Lost Baggage Under Eye Repair mask reduces inflammation, strengthens the skin and brightens under-eyes in just 15 minutes! Use it two to three times per week for optimum results.

Step 2:

Hit that snooze button.

Insufficient sleep causes dilated blood vessels and dark tints underneath the skin. Get a full eight hours of sleep – even if it means hitting the snooze button!

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Step 3:

Be gentle

Skin around your eyes is ultrasensitive, so don’t rub them too hard or you’ll be saying goodbye to radiant under-eyes.

Step 4:

Avoid the sun.

Sun exposure can easily damage your fragile under-eye skin and is a serious contributor to dark circles – wear sunscreen or sunglasses.

Step 5:

Less alcohol and salt.

It sucks, but it’s true – alcohol and salty foods aid fluid retention, often the culprit of puffy, under-eye bags.

Step 6:

Facial expressions matter.

Squinting or frowning repetitively causes fine lines around your eyes, so try your best to reduce these repetitive expressions.

Step 7:

Keep it cold.

Using gentle pressure for five to 10 minutes, hold a cold, damp towel on your eyes to de-puff.

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Putting our Lost Baggage Under Eye Repair mask in the fridge overnight creates the perfect cold compress to de-puff in the morning!

Step 8:

Try the downward dog.

One main cause of dark, puffy under-eyes is stress. Incorporate a relaxing activity into your daily routine, such as yoga or meditation.

Our Lost Baggage Under Eye Repair mask is the ideal way to protect and revitalize those peepers. Just two to three times per week, this 15-minute mask is a relaxing start to the day that delivers a swift blow to under-eye puffiness and dark circles.

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