Drinking more water, applying a cold compress and eye moisturizing gel can help shrink eye bags quickly, but the only way to reduce their appearance in the long term is to make a few lifestyle changes.
This is especially true if your eye bags and dark circles are genetically inherited.
1- Stay hydrated
Experts recommend drinking around 13 cups of fluids a day for men, and about 9 cups of fluids for women, per day.
2- Use eye moisturizing product
Keep eye moisturizing gel in the refrigerator for a refreshing effect. You can also turn used tea bags into soothing eyecare by cooling them in the refrigerator.
3- Use lightening products
This can help reduce the appearance of dark bags or under-eye circles.
4- Wear sunscreen every day
Protecting your skin against the sun’s rays can help with a number of dermatological issues, like: premature aging, skin cancer, discoloration
As a result, wearing sunscreen may also help with your under-eye bags and dark circles.