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Pop an antihistamine every night – even if you don’t have allergies. That’s the recommendation from dermatologists at Georgetown University Medical Center. It’s because antihistamines reduce the sinus inflammation that leads to puffy eyes… And they constrict blood vessels, which improves under-eye circles. Your best bet? A 24‑hour antihistamine that doesn’t include a decongestant. Within a month, the skin around your eyes will look better.
As with all medication, check with your doctor to see if you can take an antihistamine before you start.

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