Sleeping Beauty: Skincare that Works While You Doze
Sleep deprivation can cause fluid retention, which leads to a puffy face in the...
Sleep deprivation can cause fluid retention, which leads to a puffy face in the morning. To reduce the “morning puff," Dr. Bank recommends soaking a washing cloth with cold milk from the fridge, and applying it over your eyes. “The cold constrict blood vessels, which helps reduce puffiness," says Dr. Banks. "Plus, milk is loaded with anti-inflammatory ingredients like lactic acid.”