Thursday, March 14, 2013

How do I remove dark circle under eyes in natural way?

Dark circle has become a very common complaint among people of all ages. In fact, a study shows that around nine out of ten people have dark circles under their eyes. The presence of these annoying dark circles can make a person look tired, older, and scary. Dark circles can be a result of various factors such as lack of sleep, stress, age, and even heredity. Of course, a number of cosmetic products are available in the market that claims to zap away those dark circles in few days. However, all these products are loaded with chemicals and they can be very detrimental to the delicate skin under your eyes. Hence, it is always better to opt for natural home remedies. There are many simple yet effective natural remedies for dark circles. These home remedies will not only help you get rid of those terrible marks but also prevent its occurrence in the future. A few such effective natural remedies for treating dark circles are mentioned below. Take a look here.

How do I remove dark circle under eyes in natural way?

1, Tomato paste is one of the best home remedies for dark circles. You can easily prepare this paste at home. Take 1 or 2 fresh tomatoes, 1 tbsp of lemon juice, and 1 pinch of gram flour and turmeric powder. Now blend all these ingredients properly, until the mixture turns into a thick paste. Apply this paste very gently around your eyes. Let it stay for about 10 - 20 minutes, and then wash off gently with clean water. Repeat this process twice or thrice in a week. This will help lighten your skin tone around your eyes.

2, Almond oil is another great remedy for treating dark circles. All you have to do is gently apply some pure almond oil on dark circles before going to sleep at night, and then in the next morning rinse off nicely with cold water. For best results, make sure to repeat this process for at least one month.

3, Cut thin slices of fresh cucumber or potato and put them directly over your eyes. As an alternative to slices, you can also apply cucumber or potato juice on your dark circles using a cotton ball. For quicker results, it’s better if you apply the juice and keep it for entire night.

4, Mix some orange juice with glycerin and apply the mixture under your eyes.

5, Take some fresh mint leaves, crush it, and then apply these crushed leaves all around your eyes. After 5 to 10 minutes, gently wipe off with the help of a clean and cold cloth.

6, Tea Bags are really wonderful for reducing dark circles. Just seep 2 tea bags, let them cool, and place them over your eyes for around 15 minutes. These tea bags may stain your eyes a bit, so make sure that you wash your eyelids properly with water after taking the tea bags off.

7, Dip two cotton balls in rose water and keep them over your eyes for approximately ten minutes.

8, Put 2 teaspoons in the fridge, and then wait until they become cold (for about 3-6 minutes). Now, lie down on your back and place the back of the spoon on your closed eyes. Hold them for five to fifteen seconds. This will refresh both the area under your eyes and the eyes themselves.

9, Mix equal parts of tomato juice and lime juice. After washing your face nicely, apply the prepared mixture underneath your eyes (with the help of cotton balls). Allow it to sit for about 30 minutes and then rinse off with water. Repeat this process on a daily basis until you get the desired results.

10, Prepare a paste of turmeric powder with pineapple juice and apply this over the dark circles.

11, Mix crushed almonds (4-5) with a few drops of milk. Gently apply this paste over the affected area every morning, and leave it for ten to fifteen minutes before washing off.


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