Reviving Tired Eyes and The "Morning After" Beautifier

Morning After Beautifier Routine
To detox your system and skin in the morning after a bad night: Drink a cup of very hot water when you first wake with lemon added to cleanse, purify your system and help your intestines become active. Wash your face with a cleansing milk to remove oiliness without drying skin. Just whole plain milk or yogurt will work and provides natural moisture and nutrients, and if straight from the frig, the coolness helps wake up your face. Soak cotton pads in rosewater and apply to eyes for a few minutes to hydrate and soften delicate eye skin. Then follow with cotton pads soaked with cold witch hazel to reduce eye puffiness, or apply cold, wet tea bags directly to eyes (keep your used tea bags in a container in the frig instead of tossing them). For really bad mornings, utilize acupressure around the eyes or use the next tip following this one to revive eyes. To brighten up a tired face: after brushing on powder blush, use what's left on the brush over brow bones, brushing up and out toward hairline to perk up skin and eyes and give an uplifting appearance.

Revive Tired Eyes
Rub your hands together briskly until you feel heat from the friction then immediately cup your warmed hands over your eye sockets with eyes closed for about 10 seconds. Breathe slow and deep at the same time. Hands give off lots of energy with this technique and having someone else try this on your eyes will give you a different energy feeling. Facial massage or acupressure also works wonders to revive tired eyes and headaches or sinus problems. My book has several different techniques listed that make your face and eyes look and feel rejuvenated:
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