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Here’s how: Repechage Eye Rescue pads and hydrating mist.
The Eye Rescue pads are packed with antioxidants to replenish
tired, puffy eyes and keep JLaw looking flawless and glowing. The mist contains
awesome ingredients like algae and vitamin C, which helps to keep her skin
looking refreshed and hydrated on set.
Repechage Eye Rescue Pads, $38, repechage.com
Repechage Algo Hydrating Mist, $15, repechage.com
These cucumber eye pads have similar ingredients like green
tea, cucumber and aloe but you can snag them at your local drugstore. Remove
your makeup and pop one soothing eye pad on each eye. Lay back and relax for 10
to 30 minutes, then remove to minimize puffiness.
Earth Therapeutics Cucumber Eye Pads, $6, drugstore.com
Spray the stress away
This Beauty Elixir spray has tons of essential oils to give
your skin an instant pick-me-up in the a.m. or even during the day. After
washing your face, immediately spritz this yummy smelling mist all over your
face and allow it to dry before applying moisturizer.
Caudalie Beauty Elixir 1oz, $18, sephora.com
DIY at-home remedy
Make your own refreshing eye treatment by grabbing a few
things the next time you’re at the grocery store. You’ll need a pack of cotton
rounds, a cucumber and a blender. Using your blender, blend the cucumber with
water until it’s completely liquid. Pour the liquefied cucumber into a bowl and
soak your cotton pads and squeeze out any excess liquid before placing them
(separated) into a plastic baggie. Once the bag is full, pop it in the freezer
for a few hours before using them to de-puff and hydrate the under-eye area!
Swisspers Premium Rounds, $4, soap.com
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