How to get beautiful eyes

    Your eyes are the most beautiful feature you are blessed with. It says a lot about your lifestyle and the way you are treating them. Be it your late-night sleep, spending long hours in front of your computer screens, or exposure to the UV rays and it will straight away affect the health of your eyes, which can cause several eye issues and not taking care of them properly can result in puffy eyes, dark circles, fine lines, milia oil seeds, visible veins, Sensitive eyes, oily eyelids and also it can cause weak eyesight. But with constant attentiveness, you can take control of your eye problems before it gets worse.

    So what needs to be done to avoid some common eye problems mentioned above? Let’s get started. Below we have listed some of the best tips to help you get beautiful eyes.   


    1. Stay Hydrated 

    Staying hydrated is the only and one of the easiest solutions to every skin issue along with your eyes. Drinking enough water will keep your skin hydrated and moisturized. Your skin contains 64% of water but it does not remain the same due to the age factor. So you need to drink at least 15.5 cups (3.7 liters) of water a day for men and 11.5 cups (2.7 liters) of water a day for women to make your skin moisturized and plumped.

    You can also apply a good moisturizer just according to your eye problems. If you feel any stinging sensation around your eyes you can opt for an eye cream. Other than that, you can also dip two cotton balls in iced water and place them over your eyes.

    2. Wear Sunglasses For Sun Protection

    Applying eye cream is just not enough! Going out wearing sunglasses is the ultimate protection for your eyes against harmful UV rays. What happens is, the UVA rays can reach the back of your eyes to the retina while UVB rays reach the cornea. 

    “There’s definitely a fashion element to sunglasses that people look for, but there are health benefits to wearing sunglasses as well,” says Elliot Levine, M.D., an ophthalmologist at Piedmont

    You should be choosing sunglasses that labels UV400 that will protect against both UVA and UVB rays on the other hand look for sunglasses that use polarized lenses as it helps reduce eye strain and light glare. 

    It has a filter that works by creating a vertical opening for light. Only light rays that approach your eyes vertically can fit through those openings. The lenses block all the horizontal light waves so your eyes can have clearer view of your surroundings.

    3. Eye Massage 

    The term ‘massage therapy’ is used to describe a wide variety of techniques where a touch, pressure, and the intensity of the treatment is applied. Massages are the ways to reduce the tension around your eyes, improved circulation, stimulate the lymphatic system, reduction of stress hormones, relax, increased joint mobility and flexibility, improved skin tone, improved recovery of soft tissue injuries, heightened mental alertness, reduced anxiety and depression. Acupressure and reflexology are some of the few massages you can try for your eyes. 

    Acupressure practitioners use their fingers, palms, elbows or feet, or special devices to apply pressure to acupoints on the body’s meridians for instance, Si Zhu Kong is a point to help relieve eye strain. Whereas reflexology is the practice of applying pressure to different areas on your hands and feet for the purpose to ease the stress in other parts of your body.

    Apply any oil of your choice and massage your eyes in clockwise and anti-clockwise motion using any oil of your choice with the help of your finger tips.

    Keep that in mind you need to put pressure with correct techniques and you need to be gentle while putting pressure. You can also buy this eye massaging tool that will help maintain your eye health also this tool will also help in reducing puffy eyes by improving blood circulation around your eyes.

    4. Home Remedies 

    Besides those expensive eye creams and at-home massages, you can also opt for a home remedy that will be so useful for you to reduce your eye problems.

    Remedies for dark circles

    Tea cold tea bags

    To get rid of your dark circles you need to place cold tea bags over your eyes for 15 minutes every day. The chilled tea bags will help constrict the blood vessels and will lighten yours under the eye area. 

    Tomato, Turmeric, and Lime Juice

    Stir in a teaspoon of tomato juice with a pinch of turmeric and a teaspoon of lemon juice. Apply the mixture to your under eyes. Let it dry and rinse it off with warm water. 

    Almond Oil and Lime Juice

    Mix the equal amount of almond oil and lime juice in a small mixing bowl and apply it to your dark circles and let it sit for 20 minutes followed by washing with warm water. 

    Remedies For Puffy Eyes

    Cucumber Juice With Basil Tea

    Add cucumber juice with an equal amount of basil tea and mix it well. Pour the liquid into an ice tray. Put that in a refrigerator for one night. Next morning when you wake up place those ice cubes on your puffy eyes.

    Cold Compress

    Your puffy eyes can be overcome with any cold compress because it will reduce the inflammation and swelling around your eyes. Use cold tea bags or a chilled spoon on your dark circles.  

    Home Remedies For Sunken Eyes

    Almond Oil and Honey

     all you need to do is mix half a teaspoon of almond oil in one teaspoon of honey. Mix it well and apply it around your eyes. Leave it overnight and wash it off the next morning. 

    Raw Potato Juice

    Potato juice is a great ingredient for your sunken eyes. Squeeze out the potato juice from the grated potato and apply it over your eyes. Or you can cut a thin slice and rub it around your eyes. 

    5. Increase Your Vitamin and Mineral Intake

    Eating the right food can bring positive changes to your overall health. Certain foods are rich in vitamins and minerals which specifically improve your eye health. These vitamins and mineral are known as an antioxidant

    Below we have mentioned the foods rich in some of the antioxidant that you need to start adding it up in your diet

    Lutein & Zeaxanthin

    Eggs, kale, spinach, turnip greens, collard greens, romaine lettuce, broccoli, zucchini, corn, garden peas and Brussels sprouts.

    Vitamin C (ascorbic acid)

    Red berries, kiwi, red and green bell peppers, tomatoes, broccoli, spinach, and juices made from guava, grapefruit, and orange.

    Vitamin E

    Vegetable oils, nuts, green leafy vegetables, sweet potatoes, avocados, wheat germ, and whole grains.

    Vitamin A & Beta Carotene

    Carrots, sweet potatoes, squash, eggs, and green leafy vegetables.

    Essential Fatty Acids

    Salmon, sardines, flax seeds, soybeans, and walnuts.


    Red meat, poultry, oysters and other seafood, nuts, dried beans, soy foods, milk and other dairy products, whole grains, and fortified breakfast cereals.


    Spread the love