How to Reduce Swelling Puffy Eyes


Reducing swelling, puffy eyes can be accomplished through the careful application of the right products. Reduce swelling, puffy eyes with help from the creator of Elique Organics Complete Skin Nutrition in this free video clip.

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Hello everyone. I am Elisha Reverby. I'm a salon owner, beauty expert, and creator of Elique Organics, which is a sought-after and never mass-produced line of organic skin nutrition beauty products. And we're here at my salon Get Waxed in Venice Beach, California and today I am going to share with you the best remedy for puffy eyes. So, this is my favorite, favorite, favorite remedy for combating those puffy, nagging, annoying eyes. So, just to preface this before I move forward, just so you know, anytime you hear me, or see me, or read anything about me, you're always going to know that my foundation comes from a place of simple, you know, pure and natural healing and wellness. So, anything that I'm going to recommend to you as a remedy is, you know, straight from nature. You know, precious oils, beautiful honeys, beautiful flower waters. I found in my twenty years experience in the beauty industry that these, you know, nature's skin foods are, indeed, the most effective effective skin foods for my clients, and for myself. I'm forty-one years old, and I'm proud to say that I just have, you know, very healthy vibrant skin because I put foods on them constantly. Ok, so with that said, moving forward, I'm going to show you a very simple solution for combating puffy eyes. So, what I have here is a bowl of ice. I do have a black teabag sitting here, because we do want some of the caffeine from the black tea, so I'm just getting this black teabag really, really, really cold. And I have some water, and we can also do--we're just going to get this really cold--but I can also put this little guy in here, and we can make a little solution with our black tea. Most importantly right now is us dealing with our ice. So, what we're going to do is we're going to make some compresses with our little rounds of cotton. So, I'm just going to have two for each eye. And I'm just going to take this little bowl, and I'm going to pour a little of this water in--just a little. And now, when this starts to steep when you're at home and you can make a little solution, you can take out this teabag and you can squeeze all of that yummy tannins and black tea out from the teabag. Because the caffeine in the black tea will also help to tighten the eyes. But what we want, you know, in this presentation for you is really about the ice. We're just going to take our cotton and make some little compresses. And you can make these ahead of time, put them in the freezer so that they do get really cold. They'll be perfect for coming home after work, after a long tired day, and just lie down and put these over your eyes. So, this is very simple. This is like, you know, but it's magic. So, simple magic. You can actually, you know, start off with a really cold one by putting this in your ice. Like this is already like freezing on my hands. Wring it out. And honestly, you're going to lay back at home, you're going to set these over your eyes. Let's get this excess water out so it's not dripping down your face. So, you're going to set this over your eyes. Ooh cold, but it feels so good. And this is the best remedy. If you do this every single night for a good two weeks, you will notice results. You will notice that puffiness is going down. So, like I said, simple, simple, simple. And that's it skin foodies. So, again, I'm Elisha Reverby, salon owner, beauty expert, and creator of Elique Organics. Please find us on-line at E-l-i-q-u-e Visit our blog at, and please find us on Facebook and Twitter and share your experiences with everyone else out there that's reading, so that you can help them, you know, realize their beautiful, healthy, vibrant skin, as well. And next time you're in Los Angeles in Venice Beach, come visit us here at Get Waxed, and you can check us out at Ok, well thanks so much, and we'll see you next time. Thank you.


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