Quick Remedies For Tired Eyes Does your active lifestyle start during night time? Do you spend the whole or half of the night sleepless working on a serious project, preparing for the exams or just having a party time with friends? If yes, these natural beauty tips will help you prevent your eyes from looking tired after a sleepless night. What to do? Stay away from all chemical remedies for tired eyes, because if you’re dealing with the eye area the less chemicals you apply, the better. Stick to natural beauty tips, because even if they do no good, no harm will come either. Quick homemade eye mask ideas to deal with puffy eyes. Cucumber eye mask Cucumber is a great green remedy for tired eyes. Put two slices of cucumber on your eyelids and you’ll feel its soothing effect. As a strong antioxidant it also helps with such skin problems like acnes and wrinkles. Leave the cucumber slices on your eyelids for some four-five minutes and wash with cold water. Milk eye mask Milk is also a secret weapon against puffy eyes. Wet a cotton pad with cold milk and put it on your lids. Leave for some five-six minutes and rinse off with tepid water. Apply this natural remedy, and trust me no one will ever guess you had a sleepless night (of course if you don’t tell them). Strawberry eye mask Leave strawberries overnight in the fridge and put them on your eyelids in the morning. This will quickly relax your eyes. Tea bag eye mask Choose chamomile or mint eye bags and keep them in the fridge overnight. In the morning they will already be perfect remedies to reduce the redness and tiredness of your eyes. Chamomile and mint aren’t a must — you can choose other herbal teas too. So dear night-life-leaders now you are aware of the natural beauty tips that will never let someone learn about your sleepless night. Look beautiful and fresh. It’ll easy if you follow these tips.