If You Get Droopy Eyelids THIS Is The Most Natural and Effective Way To Treat It. I Had No Idea

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People who have eyelids that tend to droop and sag know how frustrating they can be. The loose skin makes applying eye makeup a lot trickier and it also causes them to appear older, more tired and worn out. For most people the condition is typically a natural result of aging, but in some cases it’s caused by nerve damage, disease, or an injury.

Other than plastic surgery, there isn’t much one can do about sagging eyelids that’s effective and affordable, but don’t give up hope just yet! Many people have found an easy and inexpensive home remedy that works for them and involves just a single egg.

While eggs are popularly known for being incredible and edible, they also go well beyond the realm of omelets and the breakfast table. For thousands of years the little shelled ovals have be used in a variety of homemade, do-it-yourself beauty treatments. People mix them up into all sorts of masks and facial treatments that are targeted for hydrating skin and hair, preventing acne, diminishing blemishes and scars, eliminating blackheads, and now tightening up the skin around their eyes. Here’s what to do:

  1. Clean your face of all makeup and pat it dry.
  2. Crack open one egg and remove the yolk.
  3. To easily separate an egg crack it onto a plate. Take an empty water bottle, remove the cap, squeeze a bit of air out, and then use it to suck up yolk.
  4. Using a cotton swab, apply the egg white to your eyelids. Don’t skimp on the coverage or amount, you want to use a lot, but not so much that it drips. *Be careful and make sure you don’t get any in your eyes*
  5. Keep your eyes closed and wait for the egg whites to completely dry.
  6. Wash your face and pat dry.

Results will be seen immediately and typically last for a couple of days. You can do this application once a week or every day if you wish since it’s completely safe and all-natural. The accompanying video goes over some helpful exercises you can do to further tighten saggy eyelids and reduce wrinkles.

What are you waiting for? Grab an egg and try it out for yourself!

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She Puts Coffee Under Her Eyes. But When She’s Done It’s STUNNING!

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Tired of having dark under eye circles? Many people struggle with the unsightly blemishes and try all sorts of different things to get rid of them. Most of the products that promise to eliminate them and cut down on puffiness are ineffective and expensive.

Lots of women end up turning to makeup to help conceal the darkness but even that is only masking, and not reducing, the problem. If you want to try an affordable, simple, all natural way to eliminate dark circles then try this at home remedy.

All you need is coffee beans, black peppercorns, and coconut oil. Mix together some ground coffee beans with a pinch of black peppercorns and then add in a tiny bit of coconut oil. There are no set amounts and you can refer to the video to see how much the girl used.

She also explains that you can experiment with different amounts of each ingredient to see which combination works best for you and your skin type. You can easily mix this up in the palm of your hand, so have the ingredients close by and apply it in front of a mirror to make sure you cover the correct areas. Using the tip of your finger, gently dab the mixture onto the skin under your eyes.

Work carefully and be sure to avoid getting any of it in your eyes. Leave it on for at least 5-10 minutes, or until it starts to dry. That way you know the oils have penetrated and been absorbed into your skin.

To remove, simply wipe it off with a wet, soft cotton cloth or tissue. Afterwards you can apply moisturizer or any other skin products you usually use. This under eye treatment can be done several times a week.

It helps to reduce inflammation that may be a contributing factor to any dark under eye circles or puffiness. Plus, it helps tone and tighten your skin and the coconut oil works to moisturize as well. Coffee, and caffeine in particular, has been used in a number of at home beauty and personal care treatments.

It has been found to work well at reducing the appearance of cellulite, because of the fact that caffeine can temporarily help to tone and tighten skin. That’s why many body scrubs and lotions that promise to do so much contain and list it as an active ingredient.

Dark under eye circles happen to be a beauty issue for many women and men. They are most commonly seen as a sign of fatigue and lack of sleep but there are a number of other possible causes. If they first appear in childhood this could point to them being inherited.

Dark circles have also been attributed to allergies and nasal congestion which dilates certain blood vessels around the eyes and causes them to darken. Other possible causes include stress, anemia, oversleeping, eczema, crying, too much salt in ones diet, aging, and excessive drinking, smoking, or sun exposure. In addition, they may also be a symptom of a more serious health condition, like liver disease or hypothyroidism.

Many products and treatments have been touted as effective at making dark under eye circles go away. However, most of them are ineffective and some may potentially damage the fragile under eye skin. The safest way to try and combat dark under eye circles is with this simple, all natural treatment.

It’s extremely affordable and won’t harm the environment like most of the ingredients that are found in beauty products do. Try one of these applications tonight and see the results for yourself!

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The Simple Way To Treat and Remove Blackheads Age Spots Warts Moles and Skin Tags With No Chemicals!

Many people suffer from one or more of several common skin problems. Whether it be warts, blackheads, skin tags, moles, or age spots, they can all be bothersome and very tough to get rid of. Most people turn to expensive creams and treatments that promise the world, but return less than stellar results. If you are looking for an alternative way to get rid of an unsightly skin issue, look no further.

Blackheads: If you suffer from blackheads then you know what a pain in the butt they can be to remove. The pore cleaning strips that supposedly work to help pull them out only seem to dry and irritate the fragile skin on the nose, plus they can be quite painful to remove. Instead, try this natural face scrub by mixing up 1 tablespoon of sea salt, ½ a teaspoon of lemon juice, and 1 teaspoon of water. Apply it to your face, paying special attention to where any blackheads are, or where they tend to pop up.

Gently massage the scrub into your skin for at least 2-4 minutes, working in a circular motion, before rinsing it off with lukewarm water. Wait a few minutes and then wash your face a second time using cold water. This helps to close pores and keep oil, dirt, and grime from building up and clogging them. Limit use of this scrub to only 1-2 times a week and avoid sunlight when applying it because lemon juice attracts harmful sun rays that can potentially burn your skin.

Moles: Some moles can be cancerous and you should familiarize yourself with the signs of skin cancer. If you have a harmless mole you want gone, there’s an easy way to banish it by using just garlic. Crush up some garlic, apply it directly onto the mole, and cover it up with a bandage. Leave this topical solution on for at least four hours a day, every day, until the mole disappears.

Warts: Warts are tricky because there are so many different types of them that people often get. However, there is one simple way to easily get rid of almost all of those types, with the help of apple cider vinegar. Dab the wart(s) with vinegar, making sure to soak them thoroughly, then place a bandage over them and change it twice daily. Do this every day for a week. On the last day soak the wart in water for a few minutes and then rub it off with a pumice stone.

Age Spots: These are nearly impossible to avoid and inevitably as our bodies age we develop age spots. The best thing you can do is wear sunscreen at all times, especially when you are younger. The old idiom “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” rings especially true for age spots so wear sunscreen. Alternatively, lemon acts as a natural skin lightener and applying it to skin twice daily can fade and reduce the appearance of age spots.

Skin Tags: These are small harmless skin growths that almost everyone will develop at some point in their lifetime. They’re usually painless and commonly appear as smooth or irregular raised flaps of skin that pop up in areas where skin tends to naturally form a crease, like on the eyelids, neck, armpits, groin folds, and under breasts.

Many people often find them unattractive and look for ways to get rid of them. Removing a skin tag will not cause more to grow and there is a painless, affordable, and easy removal method, which Dr. Doug Willen explains in the accompanying video.

Grab a bottle of apple cider vinegar, thoroughly soak a cotton ball, then rub it on the skin tag area at least 2 or 3 times a day, every day successively for a week or more. The skin tag will start to appear darker and darker until it eventually turns black and falls off. Lots of people have found success with this easy removal method.

Hopefully one of these easy, non-invasive, and non-toxic alternative skin solutions can work for you. Give it a try after all you have nothing to lose, except for a skin tag or two! Check out the video below for more information.

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She Rubs Baking Soda Under Her Eyes For 5 Minutes 3x Per Week. The End Result Is STUNNING!

I really don’t know anyone who hasn’t woken up with that awful puffiness under their eyes, that can sometimes takes many hours to go away.  This is unbelievably frustrating and unsightly when you have to be somewhere important in the morning!

It turns out there is an easy remedy, probably sitting right there in your kitchen, that will work wonders to rapidly “de-puff” your swollen eyes…BAKING SODA!  According to “All About Vision” baking soda is safe for use near your eyes, and will quickly help you to walk out the door looking fresh and rested.

Baking soda, otherwise known as sodium bicarbonate, contains sodium, hydrogen and carbon.  One teaspoon of baking soda has about 1,000 milligrams of sodium; it is this high level of sodium that is the key to reducing swelling around the eyes.  Because water follows sodium, it enables the water to be drawn back into your body, thus reducing the external swelling, according to “LiveStrong”.

The video below, contains an easy-to-follow tutorial for making the baking soda mixture and appropriately applying it to your swollen areas under your eyes, for a quick remedy for reducing your puffiness and going on with your day.

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Do You Have a Constant Itch In Your Ear? THIS Is What It Means..

One of the worst possible areas to get an itch is inside your ear. If you’ve ever experienced this then you know exactly how insane it can make you feel. All you want to do is itch the darn spot but you simply cannot reach it! It’s torturous and makes you wonder why your ears even itch in the first place, after all it’s kind of an odd spot.

Itchy ears may be caused by several different things. Some people are naturally predisposed to having them because the neurological fibers that line their ears are highly sensitive. This increased sensitivity can lead to more frequent feelings of itchiness, as compared to the average person. Another factor that causes it is dry skin. Everyone knows how flaky and itchy dry skin feels and oftentimes a lack of ear wax can lead to the insides of our ears feeling very uncomfortable.

Our ears are naturally sensitive even if you don’t have the extra-sensitive fibers mentioned above. As such, any disturbance or sudden change can lead to a person developing itchy ears. Some of the most common causes include ear infections, allergic reactions, irritation brought on by a hearing aid or headphones, too much water in the ear, and even psoriasis can trigger the unwanted feelings.

The accompanying video goes over these and additional causes in greater detail so be sure to check it out. While most people’s itchy ears are minor and clear up on their own, some may be a cause for concern. If other symptoms accompany them such as bleeding, intense pain, discharge, draining, or hearing loss, you should consult a doctor immediately in case it’s because of something more serious.

While your first reaction may be to stick something in your ear to try and itch the spot, that’s the worst thing you could do. Whenever you stick anything into your ears you’re making them dirtier and increasing the odds of developing an ear infection or potentially something even worse.

Every year there are countless numbers of people who injure and damage their inner ears because they stick things, usually Q-tips, way too forcibly and far up them. Yet people continue to stick things in their ears in vain attempts to scratch their itch. Doing this is ineffective and just pushes any wax that may be in the ear canal further up into it, thereby increasing the potential for build up and blockage. Whatever you do, don’t use Q-tips to try and clean or itch your ears!

Instead, try one of the following all-natural and effective home remedies to treat a minor case of itchy ears:

Warm Oil- You can use the following oils to relieve itchy ears; olive, coconut, vegetable, diluted tea tree, or coconut. Warm up about a teaspoon full to a comfortable temperature and then use a dropper to place a few drops in your ear. Tilt your head to clear the oil out after a minute or two and clean up the excess oil.

Hydrogen Peroxide- Mix equal parts water and hydrogen peroxide. Tilt your head to one side and use a dropper to place some in your ear. Tilt your head back and allow the liquid to run out, repeat if necessary, and dab up the remaining liquid as it drips out.

Aloe Vera- Place 3-5 drops of aloe vera in your ear, allow it to sit there for a few seconds, then tip out. The Aloe vera will coat the inner ear and help to restore pH levels back to normal. It also acts as an anti-inflammatory agent and thus helps soothe and heal irritated, dry, itchy ears!

Alcohol and Vinegar- Mix equal parts rubbing alcohol and distilled white vinegar in a small bowl. Soak a cotton ball in the liquid and then tilt your head so that the ear you want to treat faces upwards. Gently squeeze the cotton ball to release a few drops into the ear opening and wait 5-10 seconds. Straighten your head and dab up the remaining liquid as it drips out with a tissue. Don’t overuse this one because rubbing alcohol can end up drying out ears.

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If Your Eyelids Tend To Droop and Sag THIS Life Hack Is The Best Natural Way To Fix It.

Anyone who has eyelids that droop or sag knows just how much they can affect their appearance. The droopy skin makes people look tired and constantly worn out no matter how well-rested they may be. It causes them to appear older and the frustration doesn’t end there because it also makes it a lot harder to apply makeup!

The condition is most typically a natural result of aging for the majority of people, but in some cases it may be caused by disease, nerve damage, injury, or something else. Beyond invasive plastic surgery there’s not much you can do about sagging eyelids in terms of effective and affordable, but don’t give up hope just yet! Countless people have found that an easy, all-natural, and inexpensive home remedy works for them. Best of all, the only thing that you need to try it is one egg!

We all know the popular slogan “The Incredible, Edible Egg,” but not so many people are aware of just how useful eggs can be beyond cooking and eating them. They have been utilized in a variety of homemade beauty treatments for thousands of years and mixed up into all sorts of facial masks and hair treatments.

Egg based beauty blends are excellent for diminishing blemishes and scars, hydrating skin and hair, getting rid of blackheads, and preventing acne. They’re also effective at helping to tighten up the skin around the eye area, making it appear smoother and less droopy.

To do the egg white skin treatment at home simply crack open an egg and remove the yolk. An easy trick to separating the yolk from the white is to first crack it onto a plate, then take a clean empty water bottle and remove the cap. Squeeze some air out and use it the bottle to suck up the yolk.

Next, wash and deep clean your face. Make sure there is no trace of makeup left on or around your eyelids and gently pat dry your skin. Take the egg white and apply it onto your eyelids with a cotton swab. Be extra careful to avoid getting any in your eyes.

Also, it’s very important that you don’t skimp on the coverage or amount, be generous! Keep your eyes closed while you wait for the egg whites to completely dry and when that’s over rinse off the egg and wash your face. Pat dry again before applying your regular moisturizer or serum.

You should see results immediately and they typically last for a couple of days. Since the treatment is completely safe and all-natural you can do the above application once a week or every day if you’d like. It’s best to use it in conjunction with eye exercises that target and tighten saggy eyelids, which the accompanying video covers. This helps to further reduce wrinkles so definitely make sure to check it out.

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