How To Get Rid Of Dark Circles In A Jiffy?

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Rings only look good on your fingers and never under your eyes! Dark circles are the worst nightmare for any girl. They make you look saggy and take away the glow from your face. Generally dark circles occur due to lack of sleep and unbalanced diets. But there are several other causes for these dreadful dark rings.  Let’s understand these and prepare ourselves to fight dark circles better.

Why dark circles appear?

Dark circles appear due to poor blood circulation. When you lack sleep your blood circulation slows down, which causes fragile capillaries to stretch and leak. Dark circles also appear due to seasonal allergies. Ranella Hirsch, renowned dermatologist from Boston, says that allergies trigger the release of histamines in your body which inflames the blood vessels and cause swelling, puffiness and darkness under the eyes. Age is another factor that increases the chances of dark circles. With time, your skin loses collagen and thins and due to this your veins slow down noticeably.

Getting rid of dark circles

Use under eye creams

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Under eye creams are specifically formulated for reducing dark circles. Similarly, the VLCC Almond Under eye cream can be used for removing dark circles. VLCC Almond under eye cream is formulated with the extracts of almond, wheat germ oil, chamomile extract, olive oil and Vitamin E which reduces puffiness under eyes. It is a light weight cream which is enriched with natural oils to makes your eyes look younger.

Treating your allergies

Allergy can be the root cause of your dark circles problem so you need to treat it first. It can occur due to food allergy or get affected from some chemical substance. Consult your dermatologist to determine the kind of allergy your have so that he/she can figure out the solution. Taking a multi vitamin can also help treat allergies. Another common allergy that causes dark circles is Gluten intolerance. It causes due to wheat flour that can severely cause celiac disease.

Use sunscreens

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Your under eyes can get darkened if you don’t use a sunglass under heavy sunlight. So using a good sunscreen can help you. The VLCC Maximum Sun Block Lotion SPF 70 protects your skin and under eyes from heavy sunlight. It protects from the harmful radiations and is a good combination of protection and moisturization. The sunscreen makes your skin tan free and it works on all skin types. VLCC Maximum Sun Block Lotion SPF 70 is formulated with rosemary extracts and Shea butter that provides deep moisturization and should be applied everyday under the sun.

Use other eye creams

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Eye creams are specifically used to reduce dark spots, wrinkles and dark circles. The Neutrogena Fine Fairness Eye Cream removes dark circles and leaves you with brighter and fairer looking eyes. The cream is enriched with goodness of yeasts extracts, mica and natural minerals which energizes the skin, brightens the appearance of eye contour and reduces eye puffiness.

Take some time out for relaxation

Nowadays, life is so busy and stressed that anyone hardly finds any time to relax. Take a break during the weekends or holidays to spend some time with yourself and your family. Often stress and anxiety prevents you from sleeping, eating and resting properly. Relaxation will improve your blood circulation and prevent you from physical ailments. Your skin reflects your mental and physical illness so you shouldn’t ignore relaxation.

Home remedies

Apart from these treatments, there are certain home remedies that you can apply for your under eyes treatment. For example, applying cucumber slices reduces puffiness and tiredness from under your eyes. You can also apply cool tea bags or ice cubes wrapped in a soft cloth and apply in your eyes regularly. Or may be applying a frozen spoon from the freezer will work if you apply in it your eyes for 10-15 minutes.

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