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BEAUTY

Natural Remedy Can Help You With Sagging Eyelids

August 26, 2019

Sooner or later we all are going face aging of our skin. Because of our body loses collagen and elastin, the skin loses its tone and elasticity. As a consequence, the eyelids very likely to sag (drop), in another way this is called ptosis (or sagging eyelids).

This homemade trick is very simple to make, start with washing your face from the makeup and excess oil as soon as your skin is entirely ready to take all the beneficial ingredients from the mask.

You will need:

1 egg white | gauze

Clean your eyelids from makeup and leave them to dry. Keep your eyelids closed, soak the gauze in the egg white and apply the piece of gauze on your eyelids. Wait until the egg white is dry. Apply this trick regularly, but you will see a great result after two treatments. Egg white is rich in proprieties that thighs the skin and restore its flexibility. However, you have to keep in mind that the results are in the short term. The effect is temporary, this is why you should repeat this trick every 2 days. In this way, you will get rid of droopy eyelids.

After applying it, wait until the protein mixture to completely dry out. Then you can wash it off your skin. This mask is useful, and you will immediately see a visible improvement, the skin will look tight and fresh.

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