How to Get Rid of Dark Circles

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Tiredness is the most common cause of dark circles beneath the eyes. What appear to be dark circles under your eyes are sometimes only shadows produced by puffy eyelids or hollows under your eyes that form as a natural part of ageing.

Why do we have dark circles under our eyes?

Although stress is the most prevalent cause of dark circles under your eyes, there are other factors to consider:

  • reduced levels of fatty tissue around the eyes
  • ageing
  • smoking
  • thyroid conditions
  • dehydration
  • dermatitis
  • anemia from iron deficiency
  • lack of sleep or poor sleeping habits

The normal ageing process is another source of dark circles. When you get older, your skin thins and you lose fat and collagen. The reddish-blue blood vessels behind your eyes may become more visible as a result of this.

People often get swollen eyelids or hollows under their eyes as they get older. These physical changes might sometimes produce shadows that appear as dark circles under the eyes.

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How to get rid of dark circles

People claim to have erased or decreased the look of black circles beneath their eyes in a variety of ways. Because everyone is different, some of these solutions may or may not be effective for you.

It’s always a good idea to discuss your intentions with your doctor before putting them to the test on yourself, as it is with any treatment.

Cold

The darkening of the area under your eyes can be caused by dilated blood vessels. A cold compress helps constrict blood vessels, reducing dark circles.

Sleep

Dark circles beneath your eyes might be caused by fatigue and a lack of sleep. It may also make you appear paler, causing your dark circles to appear darker. Ensure that you obtain seven to eight hours of sleep each night and maintain proper sleep hygiene.

Moisturisers

There are several over-the-counter moisturisers that can help with dark circles around the eyes. Caffeine, vitamin E, aloe, hyaluronic acid, and/or retinol are all present in several of them.

Tea bags

Natural healers recommend soaking two teabags in warm water and then chilling the bags for a few minutes in the refrigerator. Put a sack over each of your eyes. Remove the teabags after five minutes and rinse the area with cool water.

Cucumber

Natural healing advocates recommend cooling thick cucumber slices and then applying them on the dark circles for around 10 minutes. Then use water to rinse the area. This treatment should be repeated twice a day.

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Although having dark circles under your eyes isn’t usually a health issue, you might want to get rid of them for aesthetic reasons.

For removing or decreasing the look of dark circles, there are a variety of home remedies and medical procedures. To determine which one is best for you, consult your physician.

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