01/5Get that #WokeUpLikeThis Glow!

Get that #WokeUpLikeThis Glow!

Waking up in the morning is a task in itself. But it comes with its own set of perils. You will often find that your face is bloated, puffy with a hint of red in the mornings. And honestly, more common than you think. And more often than not, it’s not a bad thing either. Unless, you start super early and have an issue with stepping out with a face that looks more puffed than a croissant. Thankfully, there is a glimmer of good news. Altering your night time routine with a few tiny changes can make a world of a difference. If you’d like to wake up with a fresh face, ahead are some changes you can make in the night before.


02/5Drink More Water

Drink More Water

Before you dismiss this as counterintuitive, hear us out. Water retention is one of the major causes of puffiness, which is why you need to drink more water to flush it out of the body. Ironically, dehydration is also cause of puffiness.Drinking that extra glass of water will ensure there isn’t any water retention of dehydration.


03/5Skip The Alcohol

Skip The Alcohol

There’s a reason why you don’t like the puffy look of your face in the morning of waking up. Because your face looks while you nurse a hangover. So, skip that alcohol already. Alcohol causes dehydration and redness, which makes the face appear puffy.Of course, you can counter it by drinking more water. But skipping alcohol before you sleep would be ideal.


04/5Avoid salty food

Avoid salty food

If you like chilling in bed with a bowl of popcorn and chips that may be a habit you’d want to skip. Salt attracts more fluid and makes the face appear bloated. If you must snack in the night, pick snacks that are low on sodium.


05/5Sleep On A Pillow

Sleep On A Pillow
Keeping the head elevated with a pillow or two enhances lymphatic and blood circulation to decrease puffiness around the eyes. So go ahead, grab that pillow!readmore