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LISTING IS FOR :4 HERBAL EYE TREATMENTS, A TOTAL OF 8 HERBAL EYE TEA STEAM
BAGS AND FOUR EYE MASK, MAKES FOUR EYE TREATMENTS
All herbs are organic and verified by a third party, Rooibos, chamomile,
lavender, eyebright, calendula, comfrey, fennel and fenugreek. Each package
will contain (2) sterile herbal eye bags with a white eye mask, This is an
excellent service to offer your clients.
(4) Eye Love/ 2 EYE HERBAL BAGS with a with a eye mask,
Directions: submerge the herbal eye bags in a hot cup of water, allow eye bags
to cool to warm, put one bag on each eye, put the eye mask on, relax you are in
for a treat. Eye bags can also be chilled for eye soothing experience, LOVE
Eyebright (Euphrasia officinalis) is a wild plant native to Europe. Long used
in herbal medicine, it's typically touted as a natural remedy for eye problems.
Eyebright contains compounds called tannins, which appear to possess
In folk medicine, eyebright is often used as an ingredient in eyewashes, eye
drops, or compresses applied to the eyes.
What are the benefits of using tea bags on the eyes?
Using tea bags on your eyes is a popular home remedy. Tea bags may help to
improve the appearance of your eyes by reducing dark circles, puffiness, and
Placing them on your eyes gives you the chance to rest and unwind. Do the
treatment several times per day until your symptoms have abated.
How to use
Steep two bags of tea as you would normally if you were going to drink the
tea. Then squeeze out the excess liquid from the bags. Allow them to cool down
so they’re warm, or chill them in the refrigerator for 10 to 20 minutes. Apply
the tea bags to closed eyes for 15 to 30 minutes.
You may use your fingertips to apply gentle pressure to your eyes or gently
massage the area around your eyes. If you’re using chilled bags, try covering
them with slices of cool cucumber for added relief. A restorative yoga pose
could help you relax from the stresses of your day while you’re doing your tea
Risks and precautions
Always be cautious when using tea bags on your eyes since the area is very
sensitive. Here are a few things to keep in mind:
Wash your hands and face thoroughly before treatment.
Remove makeup before treatment.
Never use hot tea bags.
Discontinue use if you experience any pain or irritation.
Avoid tea bags that contain staples.
Use unbleached tea bags.
Keep liquid out of your eyes.
Remove contacts before doing the treatment.
Avoid rubbing or touching your eyes.
Here are a few more tips for eye health:
Get plenty of rest and increase your fluid intake to stay hydrated.
Protect your eyes from the sun by wearing sunglasses and a hat.
Make a point to keep your hands and face clean.
Making simple lifestyle changes, such as healthy eating, exercising regularly,
and reducing stress, will also be beneficial in improving your well-being.