Any home remedies or low cost solution would be great!
The best thing that I find works is Cold Used Earl Grey Tea Bags. put them under your eyes for about half an hour. Try it and see if it works.
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The reason your getting bags is either because you are not getting enough sleep or you are doing drugs like smoking marijuana. My advice: Dont do drugs or get more sleep. Bags under your eyes is an effect of sleep deprivation. The only way to get rid of them is to get more sleep.
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iv'e heard just standing up should do it, otherwise rub your fingers around on them
Captain, The skin around your eyes is extremely thin. Rubbing your fingers around them will cause further damage. Even when applying a cream around your eyes, you should only use your ring finger to pat the cream on.
Bags under the eyes are actually broken capillaries. I'm not sure if you can "get rid" of them. But you can certainly reduce the appearance by getting good sleep, staying well hydrated and using a cold compress which aids in shrinking the vessels.
I agree with Padlock and Arhangelnana here.Getting quality sleep on a good sleep schedule is is good for you in a number of ways, while chronic sleep deprivation is seriously Bad News for your health.Now, if you are going to bed at the same time every day, staying asleep, getting a sufficient amount of sleep (7 to 8 hours for most adults), and still have bags under your eyes, you may need to talk with a dermatologist or other doctor about it.
Are frozen spoons for hickeys or bags?
I find that the best thing is sleep. Wearing a bit of makeup helps to cover it up, but always make sure to take it off before going to bed! Skin deteriorates years earlier because people wear too much makeup, forget to take it off and then just build up a new layer the next morning.