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Dark Circle And Puffy Eyes

Reason Of Dark Circle Around Eyes:

Dark circle around eyes are quite common and many people have it in a certain time in their lives. The dark circle can be caused by tiredness, waking up late at night, working too hard, deficiency in vitamin K, some medications, oversleeping, Allergic reactions, Eczema, Asthma, age, not protecting eyes from sun rays or simply your genes.

Reason Of Puffy Eyes:

Nobody likes to have swollen eyes especially if you have to go out to a party or at an event. We generally don't know what made it swollen and how to get rid of it. So, first, we should know its reason and then find out how to get rid of it. Puffy eyes can be caused by trauma, allergy, thyroid problems, crying, less sleep, using the heater, menstrual cycle, bad diet or hangover.

How To Get Rid Of Dark Circle And Puffy Eyes:

There are few tips to help you to get rid of both dark circles and puffy eyes. But it's important to make a routine and apply any gel or cream on time.

Don't Get Over Tired:

There are small blood vessels under the thin skin of eyes and when you get overtired, these vessels start to dilate and give dark and puffy appearance on the skin. It's natural when you wake up late at night, you feel tired and exhausted same is the case of working too hard. Both routines don't only lead to dark circles and puffy eyes but if you continue this, it'll start giving other health problems.

Take Vitamin K:

Dark circles are caused by poor blood circulation and vitamin K helps to improve blood circulation and coagulation. Add green leafy vegetables in your diet for vitamin k.

Avoid Certain Medication:

Some medication causes blood vessels around eyes to dilate and if you find such symptoms then stop using medicine and check by your doctor.

Treat Any Allergic Reactions:

Allergies can give eye swelling because our bodies produce histamine when suffering from allergy. Dark circles are also called allergic shiners because swollen eyes make blood vessels dilate and make it dark in appearance. Allergies shouldn't be ignored and treated properly.

Protect Eyes From Sunrays:

UV light from the sun is harmful. It produces melanin and makes your skin dark especially around eyes and that is why wearing suncream is important. You can also wear sunglasses when going out.

Treat Thyroid:

The thyroid disease is neglected by many people. Hypothyroidism is a deficiency in the thyroid hormones. It causes infiltration of complex sugar molecules in the face which result in puffy eyes and dark circle around eyes. We should do a general check-up with a doctor once a year.

Take Good Diet:

A good diet is important for our overall health. If you take too much salt in your diet then it can make your eyes puffy because sodium level in salt causes fluid retention and bloating. We should avoid any food that causes fluid retention like carbonated drinks or canned foods etc..

Use Humidifier In Winter:

In winter we use the heater and it can make the environment dry without using a humidifier. Heating can dehydrate mucus membranes in your eyes which make your eyes sensitive and puffy.

Take Water:

Water is very important for our health. It just not only makes our skin good but it's also good for our overall health. Dehydration causes our eyes to swell because when our body is dehydrated it tries to retain water and that makes the skin around eyes to swell.

Cucumber Relief:

Cucumber is one of the best remedies for treating dark circles and puffy eyes. It has vitamin C and caffeic acid which helps irritated skin to soothe. It has antioxidants that help to lighten skin by the time.

Apply Cream For Dark Circles And puffiness In Eyes:

Creams are available in the market for dark circles and puffy eyes. Choose the one have cucumber in its ingredients. Clarins is a reliable brand for it. If you are aged then my recommendation is Clarins-Super Restorative total eye concentrate, use it for at least 3 months then see the difference. If you are young then go for Purederm cucumber eye pads jar. In the end, everybody is different, this cream and pads suits to many but if you have any concerns then first check the ingredients, if you aren't allergic to any of its ingredients then you can go for that.


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