Walking in the street, I often notice people with droopy eyelids. This is an aesthetic problem if the eyelid doesn’t prevent the vision. It is not a secret that most people don’t have the time and energy to pay attention to every single change that happens to their body because of ageing, so they ignore droopy eyelids, too. As you may know, ageing is not reversible.
A big part of people uses expensive cosmetic products and believes they will improve their appearance or at least will slow the progress of the ageing. Unfortunately, this is not happening easily. Droopy eyelids, for example, need a surgery correction – or at least I thought this was the only possible way, Sgproeyelid.com has their own opinion and you can check it.
Droopy eyelids correction
The muscle, which is responsible for eyelid movement might become looser due to different reasons. One of the most common reasons is ageing indeed. Sometimes we get stretched muscle because our parents had it. However, recently I found out that surgery might be postponed until it is really needed and a simple facemask could help a lot. During the surgery, the surgeon cuts that part of the muscle which is not necessary and stitches. The surgeon corrects the length of the eyelid manually. That’s why the patient should be awakened with open eyes. Otherwise, the surgeon couldn’t define how high the eyelid should stay. If you think that this is not a delicate, try to close your eye just a millimetre – do you feel the difference? Every millimetre is important when it comes to vision and limitations. Imagine how you driving without seeing clearly – it is just not safe. That’s why a surgeon’s job is so delicate and important.
What is a Non-surgical correction of droopy eyelids?
Recently I have found an interesting material on the web. It claims that droopy eyelids might be removed with eggs. I have heard about magical hair masks with eggs but have never heard of a similar facemask. Eggs are extremely healthy. Last year, my best friend broke her leg badly in a car crash and doctors recommended her to smash eggshells and eat them with honey or milk. Eggshells have a lot of calcium and protein, so they speed up recovery. Egg white has 56% of the protein and vitamins. It will tighten your skin for seconds. In reality, you will notice results almost immediately so it is indeed a miracle. The effect is a long one – 2 days.
Let’s see how to do an egg mask for droopy eyelids:
- Remove your makeup and clean your face. Wash it with water or your daily cleaning gel. If you have time you can peel it but don’t do it too hard. Remember that peeling once every week is more than enough;
- Find one egg – yes, you can steal it from your mother’s fridge. Crack it on two halves and spill the yolk. If you don’t know how to do that – watch this video;
- You will need a cotton swab, so go and find one;
- Dip it into the egg white and apply it on your eyelids. Stay with closed eye while applying because if you put drop it in your eye, you will have to rinse it with water;
- Try to focus on applying onto the crease. Don’t use a lot of egg white, you will need just a drop;
- Stay calm with closed eyes and wait until the liquid absorbs;
- It may take some time to have a patience.
Have in mind that you may need several attempts while you find the exact spot of your eyelid where the egg white has the biggest effect. Most people need 2 or even 3 times so don’t rush things. The effect will stay 2 days so when it ends you can do the mask again. There are no side effects so don’t worry about them. The chance to make an allergic reaction is close to null. Unlike cosmetic products, egg whites are a natural method without a whole list of unknown substances and lab created vitamins. In addition, it is a way cheaper than the surgery so you don’t have to break the bank.