Online you can find many home remedies for dark circles under the eyes; we bring you a couple more with easy ingredients to find so that you can add them to your list of cosmetics.
The dreaded bags and dark circles under the eyes are complicated to treat. First of all, you need to learn the difference between puffiness and dark circles to choose the right treatment.
Dark circles under the eyes are one of the aesthetic problems that give us the most headaches. The reasons can be related to food, alcohol, tobacco, fatigue, pollution, genetics, and lack of rest.
The eyes appear tired, the area darkened, and the look loses brightness.
This area under the eye is very thin and thin, and the accumulation of toxins makes them swollen and darker in color.
Finding a cosmetic that reduces this color and inflammation can be complicated due to the area’s delicacy.
You will find many home remedies for dark circles under the eyes, but most of them are momentary and not very long-lasting.
Here, we show you how to prepare a daily use cosmetic in cream for this delicate area:
- Lemon juice and tomato:
Tomatoes are rich in Vitamin A, so they are ideal for reducing the darkness under the eyes, and lemon, a powerful lightener.
Blend half a tomato with the juice of a lemon and refrigerate the mixture for thirty minutes.
Then, apply it directly to the eye contour for 15 minutes and remove it with cold water.
It is essential that you only use it at night because you can stain your skin if you expose yourself to the sun.
- Honey and cucumber:
It is perfect for soothing, refreshing, and stimulating skin regeneration due to the many vitamins in its ingredients.
You need a fresh cucumber, washed and without peel, which you will put in the blender along with a tablespoon of natural honey.
Once you have a homogeneous mixture, apply it to the dark circles under the eyes and rinse with warm water 20 minutes later.
Repeat this treatment twice a week, and you will notice a significant change.
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Dr. Angelica Parra is a Licensed Medical Doctor from Venezuela and is currently taking a Master’s degree in Dermatology. She specialized in Aesthetic Medicine and completed Advanced Training in Non-surgical Facial Rejuvenation in Miami, Florida. She has specialized in applying Botox, dermal fillers, skin tightening treatments, and since then, she has worked on cruise ships as an Aesthetic Doctor.