How To Get Rid Of Puffy Eyes

We all know that everyone loves a lazy day and it is in fact essential to have a chill out day once in a while but no one likes puffy eyes, right?

That is why we are here to give you some tips and tricks to keep your eyes looking amazing even when they are tierd. Keep reading to see how to soothe and calm your eyes.


Fortunately, there are many great products designed to give your eyes the refresh that they deserve. When shopping for your under-eye remedies it is recommended that you look for a "good moisturizing eye cream which includes ingredients such as green tea, caffeine, niacinamide, peptides and other antioxidants which can help reduce inflammation and constrict blood vessels to reduce puffiness".



  1. Avoid sugar as much as you can. Sugar can cause inflammation, which can lead to under-eye puffiness.
  2. Drinking less alcohol can prevent bloating and dehydration which also prevents your eyes from looking puffier. Drinking excessive alcohol can also impact the quality of the sleep that you get, which makes the problem even worse.
  3. Quit smoking. Smoking is known to damage and weaken the skin under your eyes (already very sensitive) which then makes your eyes more prone to being puffy in the morning.



Not getting enough sleep can make your eyes more puffy and swollen when you wake up. It is advised that you aim to get a full 7-8 hours of sleep a night. Try and get yourself into a routine by going to bed and waking up at the same time each day. 

Sleep on your back at night. This may take some getting used to but by sleeping on your stomach or sides, gravity works against you by pulling fluids down into the sensitive skin round your eyes. This will more than likely result in your eyes looking more puffy in the morning. 

Just like sleeping on your back, elevating your head while you sleep can also prevent fluids from pooling in the skin around your eyes. Try sleeping with 2 pillows at night rather than 1 so that your head is slightly raised.