Under-eye dark circles - Get rid with a proper regimen

Written by - Aaditya Soni

 

Most people like raccoons, but not the raccoon eyes.

Nobody likes having dark circles under their eyes. But for several reasons, like not getting enough sleep, more screen time, stress, workload, etc., your eyes did not get proper rest and, due to dehydration, you got dark circles.

There are many solutions to the dark circle, but the more natural it is, the more it is preferred. There are plenty of solutions by which you can reduce your dark circles and get proper attractive eyes.

 Under-eye dark circles

Let’s decode the undereye care regimen to soothe your puffy, dark eyes.

Under eye regimen to get rid of those Racoon eyes

  • The under eye serum does the work.

    The gel based under eye serum can be topped over any nourishing under eye cream. Ingredients like niacinamide and vitamin C Help in discoloration of undereye area and calms the skin as well.
  • Under eye mask will help.

    These are your weekly refreshments for eyes that help to keep the puffiness of under eyes in check. Eye masks with the ingredients’ combination of hyaluronic acid and ceramides work wonders for your eyes. Not only does it soothe the under-eye skin, but it also helps to lock in moisture and helps plump the skin. Additionally, cucumber extracts, calendula or green tea extract-based masks will help to rejuvenate the skin.
  • Retinol based eye cream is a saver.

    Eye creams are a must include product to combat the dark circles. Those enriched with peptides, squalane and retinol helps in cell turnover and boosts collagen production. This strengthens the skin and fades the dark circles gradually.
  • Moisturizers save your skin!

    It is important to moisturize your skin daily. Moisturizing your skin twice a day will make your skin lighter and glow, ultimately reducing the dark circles.

 

Other important pointers to take care of -

  • Beauty sleep is important.

    People do not get proper sleep nowadays, whether it is due to the workload or the schedule that they follow. The dark circles emerge massively as a result. Getting enough sleep will greatly aid in the reduction of dark circles. An adult must have 7 to 8 hours of sleep every night.

    Along with this, try to sleep on your back or the left side so that you get a comfortable sleep that will be helpful for your whole body.
  • Exercise and meditation help you heal.

    Exercise releases endorphins in your body and makes you happier and calmer. The more you feel happy, the less stressed you become, and ultimately, the dark will not emerge. Exercise not only reduces dark circles but also ensures proper blood circulation, giving you younger looking skin and slowing down aging.

    Through yoga and meditation, you can keep your mind calm and reduce wrinkles and fine lines caused by the stress that you accumulate throughout the day.
  • Water is your best buddy Forever!

    Water is an essential part of your body. It not only makes you hydrated but also makes your skin and eyes glow and moisturize. If you don't get enough sleep, eat unhealthy foods, consume a lot of salt, and work a lot, water is the best way to stay hydrated and keep your skin in its natural state. More water: your body supplies water to the important parts like under your eyes so that the dark circles don't emerge due to disturbance in your schedule.
  • Coconut oil, Always nature's care!

    Coconut oil is a natural anti-inflammatory substance and is very effective for reducing wrinkles, fine lines, and dark circles under your eyes. Massage coconut oil gently on the dark circle, then leave it overnight and rinse it off in the morning.

 

Now let's Roll up

Dark circles are easy to get and easy to remove. To reduce the dark circle, you just have to focus on your own health. Get enough sleep, eat healthily, limit alcohol consumption, wash your face gently, avoid rubbing your eyes, and other practices that will make you healthier, happier, and have glowing skin.

Stay gorgeous as you are. :)

Sources:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4924417/ (“Infraorbital Dark Circles: A Review of the Pathogenesis, Evaluation and Treatment”)

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4300604/ (“Evaluation of the clinical efficacy and safety of an eye counter pad containing caffeine and vitamin K in emulsified Emu oil base”)

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/325989 (“Dark circles under the eyes: Causes and treatments”)