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Re: Dark circles under the eyes by claire87john ..... Ask Dr.Richard Schulze

Date:   5/29/2013 3:12:39 AM ( 9 years ago ago)
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Darkened skin under or around your eyes can occur for a number of reasons including illness, lack of sleep, allergies, and also your genetics.Dark circles are similar to varicose veins in that both dark circles and varicose veins are said to be hereditary traits. The discoloration occurs when your blood flows through the large veins close to the surface of the skin. If your skin is transparent, the discoloration is more noticeable and your circles are darker.

Here are a few tips to deal with dark circles:

Massage Vitamin E or almond oil around the eyes without touching the eyes (massage must strictly be external). This improves blood circulation.

As a quick fix during parties, use a makeup concealer to hide the dark circle. But remember this is only a temporary solution.

Get a lot of sleep. Sleeplessness is a culprit for most health problems. Have a set routine and have regular sleep timing. Make sure you get at least 8 hours of sleep.

Drink lots of water. For anything related to health, water is still the best beverage.

Grate raw potato, squeeze the juice and apply the juice under your eyes for 10 minutes. Alternatively, you can also place thin slices of potato on your eyes (with them closed) every night before you retire. This is one of the most popular and time-tested home remedies for dark circles.

Apply any best eye cream for dark circles containing vitamin K and argiline. Dark circles may be caused by a deficiency of vitamin K. Regardless of the cause, however, skin creams containing these two ingredients reduce puffiness and discoloration significantly in many people. Long-term daily use seems to have the greatest effect. i would recommend eyelastin eye cream in case you wanna try but reaserch and read eyelastin reviews first before u get one.


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