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    How to get rid of bloated/puffy looking face?

    Sometimes I wake up and my face will look a little bloated or puffy, does anyone know how to get rid of that look?
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    I know celery is good for bloatedness and so is water.

    Why do you wake up with a bloated face? Surely there is a reason.
    The better you look the more you see
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    I've wondered about this myself, could it be water retention?
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    Definitely water retention

    My face gets alot hollower when I am dehydrated or hungry.

    However after a big night of eating I can be quite bloated.
    The better you look the more you see
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    Hmm...In that case perhaps you should cut back on sodium, MSG and hydrolysed vegetable proteins. I tend to hold water aswell and cutting these out helped me .

    Basically eat natural foods and cut back on stuff like ham, bacon, soy sauce and packaged snacks and I reakon it should clear up provided that the puffiness is cause by water retention.
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    i have the same problem... and like an hour or two after I wake up my face looks much thinner..s trangee
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    My face is always really bloated in the morning too. I think my explanation though is the cc I eat before bed, with a ****load of sodium. I try to drink about a fifth of a gallon of water b4 bed too, to get that sodium out, but I'm still puffy. Eh, it gets slightly better during the day
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