Causes : Dark circles are often caused due to sleeplessness or disturbed sleep. If you find yourself developing dark circles, you need to first catch up on your sleep. Genetics too could predispose you to developing dark circles.?
Other factors causing dark under-eye circles include: Drinking an excess of beverages that contain caffeine? Smoking, Allergies, Thyroid problems, A lack of iron in your body during menstruation. This often contributes to dark circles, which is why some women have a tendency to develop dark circles during their period.?
Remedies – First of all, try and figure out the reason you have developed dark circles. Have you always had them? Are they a recent occurrence? Does your mother have dark circles under the eyes as well? Once you can pinpoint the cause for dark circles, it would be much easier for you to get rid of them.?
Continue reading Does your face match with the area under your eyes? Here’s help for combating dark circles and under-eye puffiness
Apply moist Luke warm tea bags under the eyes or make two cotton pads dipping from black tea and put under the eyes. The tea bags contain inflammation-reducing compounds which quickly reduce dark circles, puffiness and lines under the eyes. Also try to apply yogurt under eyes or turmeric (Head or Haldi) paste or apply vitamin E-containing creams. Cucumber slices are also help to remove dark circles and lines under the eyes. Eat green leafy and colorful vegetables and fruits, eat figs (engeer)Vitamin B-complex 25 mg daily, Magnesium 10 mg (seeds and nuts are the great source of magnesium) and yogurt with full glass of water (lasi without sugar and salt) everyday early in the morning. Drink 8 to 12 glasses of fresh crystal clear water everyday. Add turmeric and raw onion, garlic, ginger in your foods.