Find Out How to Make Your Eyes Look Brighter Without Makeup.
When you feel tired, sick or stressed, your eyes will be the first to reflect it. Since the eyes are the focal point of the face, dark circles and puffy eyelids will give you a worn look, even if you feel good.
While there are many products to cover up puffiness or discoloration, there are also natural ways to make your eyes look brighter and maintain a youthful, rested look.
Simple life changes give you expressive and brighter eyes. And you won’t need any makeup support while applying these changes. Let’s take a look at these natural home remedies to make the eyes look brighter.
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1. You can do simple exercises to make your eyes brighter. Exercise improves blood circulation by relieving eye strain. Close your eyes and hold tight. Then open your eyes as wide as possible. Repeat this until your eyes are watery.
2. Take a pencil and focus on the tip of the pencil. Move it horizontally and vertically. Do this exercise for 10 to 15 minutes a day.
A gentle eye massage helps to brighter the eyes. Massages relieve eye strain and increase blood circulation. They also remove fine lines.
Rub a few drops of olive oil or coconut oil on your fingers.
Using your fingers, gently massage the inner corners, eyebrow center, outer corners and under your eyes. If you do this eye massage once a day, you will see an increase in eye brightness.
Milk is a great solution to get rid of tired eyes and give them a fresh look. Dip 2 cotton balls in cold milk and leave for a while. Place these balls over the eyelids and leave for 10 to 15 minutes. Then you can wash your face.
Indian Gooseberry (Amla)
Amla is a very good option to brighten the look of your eyes. High in vitamins C and A, amla also strengthens the eye muscles.
Add a teaspoon of amla powder to a glass of filtered water. Leave it overnight.
The next morning, dip cotton balls into this mixture and leave them on your eyelids. Do this every morning.
Get Enough Sleep
Sleep is very important not only for your health but also for your eyes. If you sleep 6-8 hours a night, your eyes will be brighter and shiny in the morning. If you do not get enough sleep, your eyes will be dull and tired.
Using Eye Drops
Use regular eye drops like Visine or Optone (consult your doctor first for this). These eye drops are used to provide moisture to reduce redness in the eyes, to remove irritants or dry eyes.
Apply 1-2 drops to dry eyes. Follow the instructions for use on the box for detailed information. Don’t use eye drops too often.
Although these give quick results, they prevent the eye from forming its natural lubricant layer when used regularly. Thus, it causes the eyes to be chronically dry and can become dependent on eye drops.
Sensitive eye drops that act like natural tears, such as saltwater drops or Systane, may be a safer option.
Change Your Dietary Habits
Consume all kinds of vegetables and fruits. Orange and yellow fruits and vegetables (such as carrots, pumpkin, lemons and oranges) contain vitamins and antioxidants that help you brighter your eyes.
Leafy green foods like spinach or kale also play a positive role in eye health. Nuts such as almonds, walnuts and peanuts also contain minerals that support eye health and help make eyes look brighter.
In addition, these vegetables and fruits can help detoxify your liver. A healthy liver keeps the whites of your eyes brighter and sparkling.
Wear Sunglasses When You’re Out
UVA and UVB (ultraviolet A and B) rays can damage the eyes over time, and exposure to sunlight will turn the eyes yellow. Wear glasses that protect your eyes from UVA and UVB rays.
Try to wear glasses even when the sun is not bright. In cloudy conditions, you may be exposed to a lot of glare that can strain and damage your eyes.
The contact of something cold on your skin can reduce swelling and make your eyes brighter. Put a cloth in ice water then squeeze out the water and hold it over your eyes for 5-10 minutes.
When you repeat this several times a day, the redness in your eyes should disappear and become brighter.