While eight hours of sleep a night will (probably) make you feel full of beans, it won’t always diminish the dark shadows that seem to live under your eyes.
Once the bags have moved in, it can be tricky to make them leave.
The best way to reduce eye bags is to look at your lifestyle in general and then pick up a solid eye cream to add into your regular skincare routine.
We’ve rounded up the best eye cream for bags and puffiness for every skin type, including sensitive skin.
How to reduce bags under eyes and puffiness:
Reduce stress: As your stress levels decrease, so will your cortisol levels, which can help minimise puffiness under eyes.
Get more sleep: rest is one of the best ways to reduce under eye bags and dark circles.
Diet: Cut down on dietary triggers like salt and alcohol and increase your water intake.
Skin care routine: Adopt a regular skin care routine that includes a high level SPF. Explore our sunscreen range to find your new favourite.
Facial massage: Try a facial massage to drain any excess fluid from under your eyes. Check out these Insta-famous cooling globes to help calm things down and boost your summer skincare routine.