All You Need Is An Egg For This All Natural Remedy For Drooping Eyelids
Look at my before and after picture from using this all natural organic remedy for drooping eyelids and hooded eyes!
Do you have drooping eyelids, sagging eyelids, or hooded eyes?
Want to fix your drooping eyelids, sagging eyelid or even hooded eyes with a natural remedy?
I sound like a commercial! I am just so excited and surprised that my experiment worked!
You won’t believe how easy it is! And I can’t believe there is no information on this online! And all you need is an Egg!
My mom has been mentioning recently that she wanted to do something about her drooping eyelids. So, over the past few days I started researching natural remedies for drooping eyelids and surprising I couldn’t find anything! Then, I started thinking about what could possibly help. Using an egg white for drooping eyelids was my first thought. I usually do an egg white facial once a week and I know how it tightens your skin and removes the appearance of wrinkles. Surprisingly, there was no information on using an egg white for drooping eyelids, so I had to experiment with it myself.
Improving Drooping Eyelids, Sagging Eyelids, or Hooded Eyes
Many want to improve the appearance of drooping eyelids. Drooping eyelids are associated with appearing tired and older. Some feel that improving their drooping eye lids will improve their self-confidence, physical appearance, and make them feel more attractive.
The weight from a drooping eyelid may also tire the muscles of the eye and cause fatigue.
When you have drooping eyelids or hooded eyes you may also have more difficulty applying makeup. Since having drooping eyelids or hooded eyes may make the eyelid itself not visible under the excess skin, eyeliner or eye shadow applied may not be visible.
What’s the Difference Between Drooping Eyelids, Sagging Eyelids and Hooded Eyes
This is something I was curious about when I first started reading up on remedies for drooping eyelids. Before I knew the difference, I thought my eyelids would be classified as being drooping eyelids, but actually I have hooded eyes.
Hooded Eyes is just a term to refer to those who have the physical characteristic of the skin above the eye slightly protruding over the natural crease of the eyelid. When you have hooded eyes, generally the eyelids are partially covered by the skin when your eyes are open, slightly hiding the eyelid itself. Having hooded eyes is actually very common, a few public figures that I can think of are Blake Lively and Renee Zellweger. Not that hooded eyes is something that needs a remedy, hooded eyes are often viewed as alluring and beautiful.
Drooping Eyelids or Sagging Eyelids are not something you’re born with, instead it occurs over time and is most commonly associated with aging and the loss of skin elasticity. Drooping eyelids may stay constant or progressively worsen over time. Drooping eyelids is very common for both men and women.
What Causes Drooping Eyelids or Sagging Eyelids
Most commonly, drooping eyelids is the result of aging causing a loss of skin elasticity around the eye. The tissue loses its firmness and the ability to hold back the increased weight of the eyelid skin tissue. Other possible causes have been said to be thyroid dysfunction, fatigue, smoking, and increased oxidative stress.
Other Treatments Used to Treat Drooping Eyelids, Sagging Eyelids or Hooded Eyes
There aren’t many great solutions or remedies for drooping eyelids. The primary options include upper eyelid cosmetic surgery (blepharoplasty), injections of chemical fillers, or thermage.
My Natural Remedy for Drooping Eyelids, Sagging Eyelids or Hooded Eyes
All you’re going to need is one egg white! Nice and simple right?
Egg whites tighten and firm your skin.
With using an egg white, you will see results in a few minutes and the results have lasted me almost two days from application. I was very surprised!
Steps For Egg White Drooping Eyelid Remedy
1. Make sure your eyelid doesn’t have any makeup and is dry
2. Crack open an egg and remove the yolk, all you’re going to need is the egg white
3. Hold your eyelid closed and dip a q-tip or cotton swab into the egg white
4. Rub the q-tip across the crease of your eyelid (it should not drip at all, you don’t need much)
5. Keep holding your eyelid closed and wait for the egg white to dry or you could sit in front of a fan to speed up the time.
That’s it! You may have to reapply it a little higher or a little lower if you didn’t get the result on the first try. For both me and my mom, we had to put it on 2 or 3 times, but once we figured out where to put it, it came out great!
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