Tuesday, 23 December 2014

Dark Circles Around Eyes: Get Rid Of Dark Circles under Eyes Without Surgery

Dark Circles under Eyes

Dark circles around the eyes are not alarming. It is as normal as old age because it is among the signs of aging. There are many misconceptions regarding the appearance of dark circles around the eyes; but the truth is, it is just a pigmentation issue, which comes from gene history or heredity.

This type of under eye issue is very common to Asian and African races, which often appears on both adult males and females. Children, however, are not an exception although, not majority of children will inherit from their parents this type of skin problem.

The most common concept regarding black circles around the eyes are lack of sleep, insomnia, fatigue, and stress. Apparently, there a number of underlying issues regarding the causes of dark circles around the eyes.

Some of which are lifestyle, trauma, allergies, infection, and inflammation, invasive eye infection manifested by dark circles around the eyes is also another issue, which needs to be taken cared of immediately.

According to skin experts, these dark circles around the eyes may abruptly emerge and speedily disappear, depending on its causes. The sudden appearance of dark circles around the eyes may be a sign of allergy and in severe cases, it could be a symptom of anemia or persistent dehydration.

Nevertheless, it is of utmost importance to seek professional medical help in case dark circle under one eye appeared after a head injury, fever, fainting, bloody nose and breathing difficulty. In normal condition, dark circles under the eye are assumed to be the effect of too much coffee intake and a poor quality sleep.

In this case, dark circles under the eyes can be concealed suing non-invasive procedure such as the use of makeup. With the use of concealers, just see to it that you will use concealers having the same skin tone as yours to match your skin.


Tips to Get Rid Of Dark Circles Under Eyes

If you want to get rid of those dark circles surrounding your eyes without undergoing surgery, try using these tips and suggestions.

See to it that before you sleep you will apply moisturizer around the eye area to provide your skin the rehydration its needs. Don't forget to apply eye cream that contain retinoic acid and vitamin A. It will improve dark circles under eyes and also prevent wrinkles under eyes.

Avoid smoking since smoking and too much exposure to UV rays ruin your collagen and elastin those making your skin look older. Always wear sunscreen around the area of your eyes to prevent dark circles around eyes and to avoid pre mature aging.

For preventing dark eye circles, always drink at least 250 ml tomato juice with mint leaves, salt and lime juice twice a day.

In a glass, mix tomato and lime juice then apply it around the eyes twice a day to remove dark circles.

If you want to get rid of those dark circles around your eyes without surgery, make a concoction of turmeric powder and pineapple juice and regularly apply it on the dark circle of your face.

To freshen your tired eyes place fresh mint leaves around the surface of your eyes. it will help you get rid of dark circles naturally.

Prepare a paste made of almond pasta and milk then gently apply it over the darkle circles around your eyes, leave it for about 10-15 minutes.

Finally, before you go to sleep don’t forget to apply eye creams which contains vitamin E and vitamin C over the black circles around the eyes.

Apart from this natural method of getting rid of your dark circles around the eyes, you can also use skin-lightening creams, which contains kojic acid or hydroquinone.  Intense Pulse Light (IPL) treatment may also be administered. However, this type of treatment is quite expensive yet proven to be expensive.

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All information provided on 'Best Remedies for Removing Wrinkles' blog is intended for your general knowledge only. Please consult with your doctor or other health care provider before trying any home remedies, tips or treatment suggested on this blog.