There are various causes of swollen eyelids. As a rule, this ailment can be triggered by a disease of the endocrine system, heart or kidneys. In this case, you should immediately seek the advice of a specialist. If the swelling of the eyelids is not associated with inflammatory processes in the body, recipes and methods of traditional medicine will help you.
It is necessary
- - dry picking of sage;
- - potatoes;
- - milk;
- - flour;
- - sour cream;
- - birch leaves;
- - gauze napkin;
- - cotton pads;
- - water.
Pour 1 teaspoon of dry sage collection with 1 cup boiling water (steep). Cover the container with a tight lid and leave for 40-60 minutes. After that, strain the finished infusion. Soak a cotton pad in the resulting product and squeeze lightly. Apply to each eyelid, covering the entire eye area. After 10-12 minutes, rinse your face with cool water and remove the cotton pads. Apply a thin layer of moisturizer to your skin. Perform the procedure 2-3 times a week.
Raw potatoes are also effective in removing swelling from the eyelids. To do this, take 1 small tuber, peel and grate on a fine grater. Put 1 teaspoon of the mixture on a gauze napkin in a thin layer. Apply this product to your eyes for 10-15 minutes. After completing the procedure, apply the nourishing cream, barely touching the delicate skin of the eyelids with your fingertips.
Apply cooled boiled potatoes, cut in half, to the skin around your eyes. After 30-40 minutes, rinse your face with cool water. Repeat the procedure 1-2 times a week.
A potato-based mask is no less useful for swelling of the eyelids. To prepare this product, mix 2 teaspoons of milk with flour (2 teaspoons) and grated potatoes (2 teaspoons). Apply the resulting gruel to the skin around the eyes. After 20-30 minutes, remove the remnants of the product. Rinse your face with cold chamomile decoction or cool water.
Rinse the parsley with cold water and chop. For 1 teaspoon, take 2 teaspoons of sour cream. Mix all components until smooth. Apply the resulting product on the eyelids for 15-20 minutes. Cover the top of the eye with a damp gauze pad. Perform the procedure 2-3 times a week.
Pour 2 tablespoons of birch leaves with 1 glass of water. Boil this mixture for 15-20 minutes over low heat. Strain the infusion and cool. Use this product as a lotion 3-4 times a week.