Quick and effective DIY masks under the eyes to combat dark circles and tired eyes

Eyes are the windows to the soul, as they say. They are also the first thing that most people observe and often reveal our true feelings and emotions without us having to say them. With constant exposure to bright light, technology and almost no rest, the eyes are the first to show signs of fatigue and age in the form of wrinkles. Here are 3 natural remedies to help fight the problem.

Rose water and cucumber
Chop the cucumber and mix 1 spoonful of it with a spoonful of rose water
Dip a cotton ball over this and then place it on your eyes for 10 minutes
Wash off

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Cucumber helps to moisturize the skin, while rose water helps to tone it. This will leave your eyes rejuvenated and refreshed.

Tea bags
After using two tea bags, put them in the fridge for 10 minutes.
Place this on your eyes for 15-20 minutes
Rinse your eyes

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The caffeine and antioxidants in the tea help remove the breath in the eyes, bringing back their shine.

Honey and almond oil
Mix 1 tablespoon of almond oil and honey together until it forms an even consistency
Apply it on your eyes and the surrounding areas for 15-20 minutes
Wash off

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Both almond oil and honey are known for their moisturizing properties and also help reduce the appearance of dark circles.

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