A lack of sleep, stress, allergies, a sinus infection, genetics, thinning skin, or fluid retention are all possible causes of dark circles under your eyes. Unless you’re a panda bear, you probably don’t like those dark black circles under your eyes.
Well… here is the good news. There are many natural ways for you to discover to get rid of those teabags under your eyes.
Drink enough water during the day. When you’re dehydrated, dark circles may appear under your eyes. Make sure to drink at least 6 to 8 glasses of water a day.
Prevent damage to your skin. The skin beneath your eyes is very sensitive, and as you are aging it gets thinner and thinner. Blood vessel may become noticeable. Apply natural facial lotions to make your skin stronger and rejuvenated. Sun weakens the skin as well. Always wear sunscreen with a minimum SPF 20 to protect your delicate skin.
Get your beauty sleep and remove make-up. Sleep is important to avoid dark circles under your eyes. Make sure to get plenty of sleep (most people need 7-9 hours of sleep per night). Always make sure to remove make-up before going to bed. If you don’t do so, your eyes may look more tired during the day. Make-up can irritate your eyes while sleeping, causing fluids to pool under your eyes.
Treat allergies and nasal congestion. Allergies can cause puffiness around your eyes.
Limit the intake of dietary salt, alcohol and caffeine. Eat more antioxidant food sources. They contain a pigment that strengthens your blood vessels and prevent dark circles under your eyes. Cranberries, blueberries, bilberries, green and black tea, onions, legumes, and parsley are some good examples of food sources containing antioxidant pigments.