5 DIY Masks for Nourishing Under-eye - Shahnaz Husain
5 DIY Masks for Nourishing Under-eye

by Shahnaz Husain

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5 DIY Masks for Nourishing Under-eye

Compared to most other parts of the face, the skin surrounding the eyes is significantly more sensitive and thin. It has a delicate texture and no oil glands. Because of this, it is one of the first places to show signs of ageing, such as fine lines and wrinkles. Thus, extra care and attention must be given to this sensitive area.

Mentioned below are some of the DIY eye masks that will surely help you with all of your under-eye area issues:

  • Tea bags mask

Tea bags, including green tea, black tea, and many other herbal teas, are an excellent treatment for dark circles under the eyes. For five to ten minutes, place some used tea bags in the refrigerator. Then place wet tea bags over your eyes for ten to fifteen minutes. One of the finest natural treatments for dark circles around the eyes.

  • Potato & cucumber mask

Juice from the cucumber and potatoes should be mixed equally. Apply it around your eyes and gently press it into your skin with your ring finger. After fifteen minutes, rinse it off with normal water. The potato juice has spot-lightening abilities that will help to lighten the dark circles beneath your eyes, while the cooling cucumber juice will refresh the area’s parched skin.

  • Kesar & milk mask

Apply cotton wool pads soaked in the mixture under the eyes or use them as eye pads for 30 minutes. This will help in reducing dryness and tone the skin around the eyes.

  • Rose water mask

Make two solid square pads out of cotton wool. Soak them in chilled rose water. Now, lie down, close your eyes, and place the wet pads over them. Aim to leave them on for 15 minutes. Rose water can make you feel incredibly relaxed in addition to tightening and toning your skin.

  • Almond oil mask

You can really benefit from using this one-ingredient mask to treat any issues pertaining to the under-eye area. Take a very small amount of pure almond oil near the eyes and massage it gently into the skin with just your ring finger for one minute under each eye.  After 15 minutes, carefully wipe it off with wet cotton wool. This can help you if you do it every night before bed.

Your under-eye area will receive unparalleled nourishment from these simple DIY home remedies. So give these a shot and incorporate them into your skincare regimen.

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