Dark circles under the eyes are caused by lack of sleep, prolonged sun exposure, poor eating habits or even stress. So these are the factors which we have to do almost every day. But the most important factor genes and heredity. If our mothers have dark circles under the eyes, we can also expect them even if we change our lifestyle to a healthy. However, dark circles under the eyes can be significantly reduced. Then just set the skin around the eye care, regular sleep, eat healthily, do not stay long in the sun, do not stress, and use a few tricks.
Cucumber contains antioxidants, such as phenolic acid or peroxidase (group of enzymes), which stimulate blood flow. They also contain vitamin K, which increases the production of proteins and also stimulates the blood flow. Therefore, cucumbers are a great tool in the fight against shadows under his eyes, but unfortunately the results are not long lasting. It is therefore necessary to repeat the treatment. Place cucumber slices in a refrigerator for five to ten minutes. Then replace them with closed eyes. Leave on for ten minutes. You can do this in the morning and evening. You can also make cucumber juice, dip the cotton pads and apply to the eyes.
2. Potato juice.
Potato juice contains substances that sensationally light up the skin. So why not use him to lighten dark circles under your eyes? Dip two cotton pads in the juice of potatoes and put your eyes. Leave for about 20 minutes. The old method, but very effective!
Place the chilled tea bags on eyes. It has been proven that Caffeine in tea can reduce swelling and dark circles under the eyes.
4. Reduce the use of salt.
Excess salt will retain water in the body, and it also can cause panels under the eyes. Too much salt can also impair circulation and cause the blood vessels under the skin will be more blue and visible.
5. Eat healthy food and balanced meals, take vitamins, and drink plenty of water.
Many cosmetic problems often occur by lack of vitamins. Dark shadows under the eyes and panels are caused by lack of vitamin K and antioxidants. Also, a lack of vitamin B12 (often associated with anemia) may give rise to the dark shadows under the eyes. Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables-especially cabbage, spinach, and many other leafy green vegetables-take supplement with vitamins, if necessary. Drink adequate fluids to improve circulation.