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Flawless Eyes – Remove Dark Circles Under Eyes

1 Mar
2012

Dark circles under eyes are a cosmetic problem that may be common and experienced at any age. They may be caused by

  • Heredity
  • Lack of sleep or over-fatigue
  • Lack of iron
  • Excessive pigmentation and exposure to sun
  • Chronic diseases such as allergic reactions, anemia, heart disease, thyroid disease, kidney disease, liver disease, etc.
  • Malnutrition
  • Inappropriate cosmetic products
  • Smoking

The following measures may help to remove dark circles under eyes

  • Getting enough sleep. A sound sleep may help to keep eyes bright and reduce dark circles. They may also repair cell damage to skin.
  • Avoiding alcohol and caffeine. Consuming caffeine and alcohol may cause mild dehydration and make dark circles obvious.
  • Using skin lighteners or bleaching agents. If dark circles are caused by too much melanin, creams containing retinol, hydroquinone, kojic acid, green tea, vitamin C or soy may help to remove dark circles under eyes.
  • Injectable fillers. These may be used if dark circles are caused by broken blood vessels.
  • Laser treatments and vitamin K. Laser treatment and skin care products containing vitamin K may also help.
  • A shade lighter in concealer. A lighter shade may help to disguise under-eye circles.

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