Every so often I wake up with a bad case of puffy eyes. If I indulge in salt (think sushi or pretzels or a salt-rimmed margarita) chances are almost 100% that I’ll wake up with a puffy right eye the next morning. I don’t know why it affects one eye and not the other, but short of a side-swept eye-covering hairstyle a la Veronica Lake, I’d usually just ride it out the next day and let it dissipate on its own. I thought there wasn’t much I could do, until I realized there’s actually a lot I can do and pledged to be more proactive about it.
The skin around the eyes is extremely thin and delicate making it the first place on your face to reveal signs of water retention, aging and fatigue. P
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