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We swear you'll never look tired again with these fixes for sleepy eyes.

Holly Dawsey
June 01, 2015

We swear you'll never look tired again with these fixes for sleepy eyes.

Got puff?

Try a cooling compress, says Jacqueline Muller, MD, an ophthalmologist in New York City. These Peter Thomas Roth Cucumber De-Tox De-Puffing Eye Cubes ($50 for 6; sephora.com) have soothing cucumber and circulation-revving caffeine. Massage one around your eye sockets for three minutes.

Seeing red? 

Start on fish oil supplements. Their omega-3 fatty acids can help reduce surface inflammation from dryness, Dr. Muller says, mitigating that bloodshot effect. Recommended dose: 3,000 milligrams a day.

Feeling Strained? 

To alleviate computer eye fatigue, follow the 20/20 rule: Every 20 minutes, look away for 20 seconds. If eyes still get tired or dry, use preservative-free artificial tears; a couple of drops every few hours can stimulate your blink frequency, producing natural tears.

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