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Do you want to get bright white eyes? 2 Simple Ways on How To Get White Eyes

The whites of your eye are called the sclera, and these can indicate a person’s overall health. Having yellowish or reddish sclera can be challenging in terms of personal vanity, since they can make a person look older or tired. They can also signal health issues related to allergens, toxins in the body, and even more serious liver problems. There are several remedies that can treat or counteract redness or yellowness in your eyes, ranging from using eye drops to changing your diet to applying makeup strategically.

Do you want to get bright white eyes? The white area of your eye which is called the sclera can turn yellowish or reddish over the period of time. And since the eyes indicate a person's overall health, it can make your look tired and older, if you do not have bright white eyes. But do not fret there are different ways through which you can counteract the redness or the yellowness in your eyes. The following methods will come handy if you want clear, bright and white eyes

1. Cold compresses on your eyes

Putting anything cold in contact with the eye helps reduce puffiness, but it can also help whiten your eyes as well. Soak a washcloth in ice water or wrap it around ice cubes.

Wring it out or lay the washcloth over your eyes for 5-10 minutes. The redness in your eyes should diminish after repeating this a few times over the course of a day.

2. Eat fresh fruits and vegetables

Make sure that you include fresh vegetables and fruits in your diet such as carrots, pumpkins, lemons and oranges. The fruits and vegetable rich in vitamins and antioxidants will keep your eyes white. Also eating green, leafy foods such as spinach and nuts like almonds, walnuts and peanuts will promote eye health.

The fruits and vegetables will detoxify your liver, which will keep your eyes clear and bright. To make the detoxification even more drink a glass of beetroot juice on an empty stomach, or eat carrots and spinach.

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