New Delhi, Lifestyle Desk. Dark Circles Remedies: Dark circles under the eyes are not dangerous in any way for your health, but due to them, people lack confidence, because they think that they do not look good. Due to dark circles under the eyes, a person also looks sick, old and tired.

There can be many reasons for dark circles:

  • genetic cause
  • hyper-pigmentation
  • eczema or other skin allergies
  • sleeplessness or not getting enough sleep
  • lifestyle habits

Aging can also be a reason behind dark spots under the eyes. As we age, fat and collagen cells die off and new cells are no longer produced, reducing the elasticity and elasticity of the skin. Because of this, the blood vessels under the eyes become more visible. It is difficult to get rid of dark circles completely, but still there are some easy home remedies, which can lighten them.

get plenty of sleep: Health experts simply do not recommend everyone to get 7-8 hours of sleep. Lack of sleep can lead to weakness, ill-looking skin and dark circles.

Apply cold compress: Cold compresses are very beneficial for eye health. This reduces dark spots. Like an ice pack, cold compresses can constrict the blood vessels around the eyes, making darker complexions lighter. It can also reduce swelling and redness in the eyes.

Tea-bags: Use the tea bag and keep it in the freezer for 10-15 minutes to cool it. Then apply it on the dark circles under the eyes. Tea contains caffeine and antioxidants, which regulate and stimulate blood circulation to reduce any buildup in blood vessels.

Vitamin-E: Before sleeping, puncture the vitamin-E capsule, extract the oil from it and massage it around the eyes. Leave it for some time and then wash it off with water. Do this for a few days everyday.

Face Yoga: Even with the help of face yoga, dark circles can be lightened to a great extent. There are many massage techniques for the eyes, by doing which the dark circles around the eyes are reduced.

Disclaimer: The advice and suggestions mentioned in the article are for general information purpose only and should not be taken as professional medical advice. Always consult your doctor if you have any questions or concerns.

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Edited By: Ruhee Parvez