Eggs have been used for skincare as early as the ancient times. The egg whites, in particular, contain a lot of vitamins and proteins that protect and tighten the skin.
Create a mask by separating the egg white and applying it to the affected areas. This can be done using the fingers, which can be a little messy, or with a make-up brush. Leave it on until it dries or for 25 minutes. Then rinse afterward.
d. Aloe vera
Aloe vera is known to promote wound healing but is also a natural alternative to treating eye wrinkles. It promotes hydration in the eye area, keeping it moisturized and less prone to fine line formation. Simply apply a pure Aloe vera gel extract, about 1 teaspoon, on the affected areas.
Chamomile is a strong antioxidant aside from being an effective stress-reliever. Make a mask by soaking a chamomile tea bag in hot water. Then, keep it cool before placing it on the eye area. Leave it on for half an hour then rinse.