Next the eye's. Also old school. During the day I keep a wash cloth handy that I rinse in very warm water, wring out and cover my face and breath through. It not only helps my eyes feel better but helps me breath better. I have also rinsed my eyes with a few drops of baby shampoo in warm water. During the day while at home and before bed I keep the area around my eyes coated with Vaseline. I take naps with a warm damp cloth over my eyes or a night mask. I use to have the top of my bed raised about 6 inch's. It was not comfortable for my husband so now a just use more pillow to raise my head. I live in a dry climate so I use a humidifier. my grandmother kept vases of flowers and many plants around her to keep the air humid.
To keep my skin smooth I rub on baby oil, olive oil or Vaseline on my face. The honey and mayo are good to , but I wash that off after about half an hour. Now believe it or not this is by far the best one. My Grandmothers,both sides, aunts and cousins all use this. My mother used it in her restaurant. It is even used in nursing homes after showers. That surprised me when I worked as a CNA, as the women in my family always used it this way. We use lard or Crisco. After washing our hands or bathing all over our body. A little goes a long way and a small container will last forever. Very pure stuff, just natural. The women in my family have very nice skin. Some of us still use home made soaps with nothing added but natural ingredients. IF may hands or feet get too dry I coat them with Vaseline and wear white cotton gloves to bed or around the house. In the winter I sometimes wear them while typing. You won't think it is funny when you try it.
I drink a healthy drink of Warm lemon water with a little honey and a little cayenne pepper
"An onion makes people cry, but there never was a vegetable invented that makes people laugh" Will Rogers