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Flax seed eye mask – an easy homemade omega-3 boost for the area of the eyes

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Ingredients:
4 teaspoons of flax seeds
1 cup of hot milk or cream
2 bags of chamomile tea (or 1 tablespoon of dry chamomile)
Wrap the flax seeds in a piece of gauze and dip them in the hot milk or cream for 20 minutes. Take them out and let cool for a while. Place over the eyelids for 15 to 20 minutes. Rinse with a cold infusion of chamomile or green tea paying special attention to the eye area.

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Keeping your eyes healthy

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Prevention of eyesight problems has many aspects, including dietary rules recommended for atherosclerosis prevention, because the eyes have no less blood vessels than any other organ in the body. As with any other part of the body, the best preventive effect can be achieved by exercising the eyes. (more…)

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Caring for the skin around the eyes with homemade masks

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The skin around the eyes is very delicate and the place where wrinkles first appear. This is why it should be carefully tended. Below are a few easy recipes to help you with that. (more…)



Giving yourself the perfect eye makeup

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Makeup can hide imperfections and highlight beautiful features. This is what makes it as important as beauty itself to every woman concerned with her appearance. (more…)

Homemade cosmetics for eyes

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Eyes are probably the most important part of the whole image of your face. This is why they require a lot of care. Following are a few homemade recipes to help you care for the delicate skin around the eyes. (more…)

How to get rid of the puffiness around the eyes

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There can be a variety of reasons behind the puffiness of the eyes, but whatever the reason, it never looks good. However this can easily be remedied with just a little bit of care.
Brew 1 tablespoon of chamomile in one cup of boiling water and cover for 10-15 minutes. Put a cotton ball dipped in infusion over the eyelids for another 10-15 minutes. (more…)