How to Treat and Prevent Black Circles and Bags Under Your Eyes

How can I get rid of black circles under my eyes fast?
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Whether you like it or not, those dark circles below your eyes can make you look years older than your actual age. Thus, here are some steps you can take to help eliminate them and start looking younger again.

I. Going Back to the Cause of Those Circles

1.) If you are smoking on a regular basis, then it would be best for you to stop. Smoking makes your blood vessels more visible to the eyes of others.

2.) Drink lots of water, take supplementary vitamins and eat healthy meals everyday. If your body has all the vitamins and nourishment that it needs, then you would definitely glow from the inside and out.

3.) If your nose is heavily congested, then drink your prescribed medicines. Nasal congestion can certainly result in the appearance of dark circles below your eyes due to dilated and darkened veins.

4.) If you have allergies, then get them cured as well. Allergies can make the skin below your eyes have an uneven tone so taking your medicines would certainly let you get the back the healthy glow around your eyes.

5.) Sleep at least 8 hours a day. No matter how busy you get at work or in school, make sure than you don’t get deprived of sleep if you don’t want to acquire eye bags and paler skin.

6.) Find the time to relax. This can certainly make you eat and sleep better. Minimizing the amount of stress that you are feeling in order to improve the condition of the skin below your eyes.

7.) The dark circles below your eyes can be inherited from your parents or may be caused by your facial structure, age, exposure to the sun or irregularities in your skin pigments. If that’s the case, then just cleverly use cosmetic products for you to hide your imperfections.

II. A Natural Way Remedy to Those Black Circles

1.) Make a pureed (liquidized) potato. Close your eyes and apply the mixture on those dark circles. Just lie down for a half an hour for the potato to take effect on your skin.

2.) You can also put ice cubes placed inside a cloth or cool tea bags on top of your eyes everyday. You can do this every morning when you wake up.

3.) Buy a cucumber and cut it into circles. Place them over your eyes and lie down up to 15 minutes. Do this on a regular basis for you to have fresher skin everyday. This routine is best done before you go to sleep.

4.) If you have a blocked nose, then create a saline solution. Just put ½ tsp of baking soda or ¼ tsp of sea salt into a bowl with 2 cups of water.

5.) Leave 2 spoons inside a freezer for a few minutes. Cover your eyes with the frozen utensils until they get warm.

III. Using Cosmetic Products

1.) Undergo a skin patch test. This test is needed before you apply any cosmetic product to your face. This will also prevent you from buying items that might cause you to have rashes and skin irritations.

2.) Apply cream under your eyes. It would be best for you to purchase a concealer that would greatly hide those ugly dark circles. Just make sure that it matches with your skin tone for you to avoid having skin discoloration.

3.) You also need to make sure that your chosen cream has retinol and vitamin K. These nutrients can make you have a more even skin and less puffy eyes so always check the label of your cosmetic products.

 


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