Friday, March 21, 2014

How to remove dark circles ..

How to Get Rid of Black Circles Under Your Eyes
Nothing frustrates us more than dark circles. Even after layers of the best concealer and strategic use of highlighter, some dark circles just won't quit. As much as we love makeup, covering up the problem doesn't exactly help to get rid of it Dark circles under the eyes tend to age your appearance more than wrinkles or grey hair.However, you can still minimize the appearance of dark circles under your eyes and in some cases remove them completely.

1.  Change your diet: If you've got excessive puffiness under your eyes, which
 casts a shadow and makes it look like you've got crescent moon-shaped darkness south of your bottom lash line, take a good look at what you're putting into your body. Salty foods and alcohol cause extreme bloat, so when you cut these out, your skin will be able to rest easy without puffing up. Plus, getting rid of bloat will ease your entire body, not just your eyes.

2.     Get your beauty sleep. Get plenty of sleep nightly. It’s not entirely clear why inadequate sleep results in dark circles under the eyes, but lack of sleep tends to cause the skin to become paler (thus increasing the appearance of darkness under the eyes), and reduces circulation.

3.     Treat your allergies. Allergies are a common cause of skin discoloration under the eyes. If an allergy is the root of your problem, treat the allergy or remove the allergen. Seasonal allergy problems such as the hay fever can frequently be effectively treated with over-the-counter and prescription medications.
4.     Examine your smoking habit and decide to quit. Smoking causes vascular (blood vessel) problems that can not only threaten your life, but also make your blood vessels appear more prominent and bluer.

5.     Stop rubbing your eyes: Ever notice how friction with your shoes can make lasting dark marks on your feet? The same deal goes with your eyes if you're constantly rubbing them. Friction causes skin pigmentation to darken, so if you're constantly rubbing your eyes, you're not doing yourself any favors.

6.     Sunscreen, sunscreen, sunscreen: If the skin underneath your eyes is dark all on its own, don't take chances on it becoming darker with age. Every day (yes, sun, rain or snow), apply SPF 30 underneath your eyes but avoid actual contact with your eye. The sun can darken the pigmentation around your eye area, making the dark circles worse as you get older.

7.     Cool tea bags: After you've finished brewing a cup of tea, put the left over tea bags into the refrigerator for 10 minutes or so to cool them off, then lay down and set the bags over your eyes. Not only will this relax you and force you to rest your eyes for about 15 minutes, but the cool tea bags will also relieve the skin around your eyes, reducing swelling and discoloration.

8.     Stop making excuses for not taking your makeup off: Leaving your makeup on while you sleep will only irritate your eyes and cause fluids to rush to that area. Even if all you have on is mascara or concealer, clear your skin at night and use a retinoid cream afterwards. If you're really lazy, keep a pack of makeup wipes at your nightstand so you won't have any excuses.

9.     Freeze a spoon for the morning: Dip two metal spoons in water and immediately place in your freezer at night. In the morning, take out the spoons and lay the rounded side against your eyes for about five or ten minutes before you get ready. The cold will help to reduce puffiness and relax the skin before you apply any makeup.

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