How to Get Rid of Dark Circles under Eyes

How to Get Rid of Dark Circles under Eyes

Everyone is going to age eventually, but what we all want is to age gracefully. Unfortunately, aging gracefully can be difficult if you suffer from dark circles under your eyes. 

To help, we’ll discuss everything you need to know about alleviating the appearance of dark circles underneath the eyes. Armed with this information, you’ll be able to age gracefully with healthier-looking skin.

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What Causes Dark Circles under Eyes

When the skin beneath the eye becomes darker than your regular skin tone, you could be experiencing dark circles, and there are many causes. 

For example, dark circles are often caused by fatigue, genetics, dermatitis, eye rubbing, allergies, certain lifestyle choices, and dehydration. 

Interestingly, out of the many causes, research shows that poor hydration and fatigue are the most likely culprits. Thus, you might want to increase your water intake and get better rest to alleviate this common condition. 

How to Get Rid of Dark Circles under Eyes

Unfortunately, upping your water intake and catching up on sleep might not be enough to reduce the appearance of dark circles underneath the eyes. Luckily, you can try a few simple solutions, like the options below. 

Cold Milk

As a cleanser, cold milk is one of the better natural options for removing and reducing dark circles under the eyes. It might sound odd, but due to its lactic acid and potassium, cold milk will reduce any puffiness while moisturizing the area. For the best results, try using it three times a week.

Grated Cucumber

When you see pictures of people wearing cucumbers on their eyes while enjoying a spa treatment, it is not just an advertising gimmick to draw you in.  

Cucumbers have all kinds of vitamins, anti-inflammatories, and antioxidants, making them one of the best natural and easy home remedies for reducing the appearance of dark circles. You will likely notice a marked difference in your under-eye discoloration woes by placing shaved pieces over your eyes a few times a week. 

Cold Tea Bags

Few people realize the power of a cold tea bag. Due to the rich source of phenolic compounds in green tea and chamomile tea, cold tea bags have proven very effective in reducing inflammation and dark circles around your eyes. 

In addition, the small percentage of caffeine found in these types of tea also assists with vasoconstriction, accelerating the reduction and removal of pesky dark circles.

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Eye Cream 

Moisturization plays a key role in fighting dark circles, so it makes sense that using an eye cream would help. Although the other options we presented are effective, a long-term solution to under eye circles like eye cream is ideal. 

It’s often recommended that individuals use an eye cream containing ingredients such as retinol or hyaluronic acid alongside caffeine, rosehip, seed oils, and sodium hyaluronate. This is because these ingredients improve collagen production while boosting moisturization. 

Fortunately, great options on the market contain these ingredients, like the Yerba Mate Radiance Eye Cream. A carefully manufactured eye cream performs far better than natural ingredients when left in their singular state. 

Wrap-Up on Getting Rid of Dark Under-Eye Circles

There is no shame in having dark rings around your eyes, but we understand the annoyance. Luckily, they can be easily removed and reduced with simple, cost-effective solutions like cold milk, teabags, cucumber, and eye cream, with eye cream being the superior long-term choice. With this information, you can apply these solutions and continue aging gracefully. 

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