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Dark Circle Causes and Treatment

Dark circles is one of the major problems in today’s lifestyle which are faced by men, women, and occasionally found in children. Apart from lack of sleep There are lots of things which cause dark circles like lack of sleep, menstrual disorder, poor diet, fatigue, pregnancy, illness or medications.

Here we are going to discuss causes, symptoms and treatment of dark circles.

Causes of Dark Circles

Genetic - Genetic can be one of the reasons for dark circles.

Aging - Skin becomes thin with aging and due to this your blood vessels below the skin are more visible.

Lack of Sleep - Sleep Deprivation is one of the common causes of producing dark bags under your eyes.

Smoking: Lots of smoking affects your health and also increases free radicals in the skin which makes your eyes puffy.

Stress: Stress physically or mentally are the major cause of dark circles and kill your healthy glowing skin too, make your eyes tired and face dull.

Dehydration: Lack of water in the body causes lots of diseases and it also affects your skin glow that leads to the appearance of dark circles.

Pregnancy - Pregnant women may suffer from the dark cicles.

Illness - In any kind of illness the whole weakness shows on your face like dull face and dark cicles.

Hormonal Changes in the body lead to bruising and cause dark circles.

Treatment of Dark Circles.

Easy and fastest way to remove dark circles with natural home remedies

Coconut Oil for Dark Circle: Apply a few drops of dark circles under your and gently massage in clockwise and anticlockwise for 2 - 3 Minutes. Leave it for a night and wash it the next morning. Repeat this on a regular basis.

Tomatoes: Tomatoes are the best way to get rid of dark circles. You just need to mix one teaspoon of tomato juice with lemon juice and apply it under your eyes. Leave it for 10 minutes and then wash it with normal water. Apply this remedy twice a day on a daily basis.

Cold Tea Bags: Cold tea bags or green tea bags both you can use and it’s easily available on everyone’s home. Soak a tea bag in water and chill it by placing it in the refrigerator. Now place them on your eyes and leave it for 10 Minutes. Use this home remedy on a regular basis.

Almond Oil: Apply a little almond oil on your eyes and gently massage it. Leave it overnight and wash it the next morning. Do this on a regular basis. Result will be shown very quickly.

Cold Milk: Cold milk will also help to reduce the dark circles. Pick a cotton ball and dip into a cold milk, Now apply this cotton ball on your eyes to make sure it covers the full area of your eyes. Do this on a regular basis.

Potatoes: Potatoes are the most effective remedy to help reduce dark circles in a week. You just have to grate some raw potatoes and extract the juice. Now take a cotton ball and soak it in the juice then apply these cotton balls on your eyes. Leave it for 15 minutes on to your eyes then rinse it with cold water.

Cucumber: This is very simple and everybody has used this remedy for eyes or for the skin. But there is a proper way to use this. So put a slice of cucumber in a refrigerator for 30 minutes. Then place it on your eyes, leave it for 15 minutes and wash off with cold water.

Water and Juices: Drink plenty of water and fruit juice that help you to hydrate your body and make your skin glowing and healthy.

Yoga and Meditation:
Do proper yoga pranayama or exercise which help in the blood circulation of the body, reduce stress, depression and hectic lifestyle. Yoga will help to reduces your dark circle and also balance the body clock and mind.

So follow all these remedies on a regular basis and get rid of your dark circles in a week.


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