Five DIY Masks to Solve Your Under-Eye Problems

Five DIY Masks to Solve Your Under-Eye Problems
An erratic routine due to lockdown and sleeping challenges during Ramzan directly affects the eyes, making them look tired and dull. Try these amazing DIY under-eye masks to maintain a healthy bright look and avoid wrinkles. Be good to your eyes so they are good to you in the future. 


Cucumber Rose Mask

Cucumber has plenty of water that your skin needs and rose water is very soothing for the eyes. This mask is perfect for hydration and amazing glow. 

Mix 1 tsp of minced cucumber with 1 tsp of rose water. Apply on a cotton pad then place it under your eyes for 10 minutes. Rinse off gently. 

Almond Oil & Honey

This mask is great to help get rid of those stubborn dark circles and provide hydration, so use it twice a week to achieve results. 

Mix 1 tsp of sweet almond oil and 1 tsp of honey. Apply and leave for as long as you like, then rinse gently with tap water.


Potato Mask

Potato masks can be used for anti-puffiness and dark circles. It's simple and effective. Blend a small amount of potato into a paste and spread it under your eyes. Leave for 20 minutes and then rinse gently.


Tea Bags Mask

Another great way to fight puffiness around the eyes is using tea bags. The caffeine and antioxidants in tea will work its magic around your eyes. Put two steeped tea bags in the fridge then place them on your eyes for 10 minutes. Rinse gently.


Coffee Mask

This mask is suitable for all skin types and will work great to reduce the puffiness and fatigue around your eyes. Mix 1 tsp of honey and really soft ground coffee together. Apply for 10-15 minutes then rinse.


You can make all these masks part of your daily routine for everlasting results. You can also use these masks before applying your makeup to wake your eyes up. Getting your skincare right is the key to getting that lawless makeup. Give these masks a try and let us know which one is your favourite. 

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