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Natural Solution to Relieve Sinus Problems

Breathe Easily Again and Reduce Puffiness Under Your Eyes

I’m feeling pretty lousy due to a sinus infection, and I can tell that it’s taken a toll on my appearance, especially around my eyes. Although the cold has gone away, I have an important interview tomorrow and need to look presentable! Unfortunately, taking decongestants is only temporarily helping; what else can I do to feel more human again?

Unlike beauty, a sinus infection can be unendingly grueling. Those who are susceptible to them may find themselves caught in an infinite loop of antibiotics and decongestants with little respite. Fortunately, there is a simple yet effective solution that requires more effort but no drugs:

Step By Step

1. Boil a small amount of water every four hours to ensure freshness.

2. Essential to the process, turn off the water and add 3-5 drops of cold-pressed lavender oil. Aveda makes a superior version!

3. Immediately, yet cautiously, breathe in the steam through your nostrils. Don’t aim for steaming your face; instead, strive to get as much of the antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal lavender-infused steam up into your sinuses.

To make sure you’re doing it right, brace yourself—this won’t be pleasant. You might even feel a little queasy, but the results will speak for themselves, with your kitchen smelling amazing! Boost its effectiveness by combining salty water in either a neti pot or Simply Saline spray, and get ready to witness true greatness!

If you’re looking for an easy and effective way to reduce puffiness under your eyes, the Bright Eyes Duo is a perfect choice. Not only does it provide visible results, but also a great feeling of relief if there’s any congestion in your face—just use the regular Ultra Soft Facial Dry Brush in a steamy shower and you’ll be able to feel its effects instantly!

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