How to Treat Dark Circles

For anyone who suffers from dark circles, you know how frustrating they can be. There are a few reasons why some people have them and others don’t.  Age, genetics, and seasonal allergies all contribute to this condition.  Learn how you can decrease your dark circles:
 How to Treat Dark Circles

  1-Get Enough Sleep

You may have dark circles if you habitually don’t get enough sleep every night. Turn off any technological device at least an hour before you go to bed at night to allow your brain to detox and for you to relax. It’s clinically proven you will sleep better if you follow this advice… and decrease your under eye circles!

2- Use Two Pillows

 Use Two Pillows

Sleep on two pillows at night so your head is propped up a bit. This will stop the blood from building up under your eyes while you sleep. When you wake, apply a cold compress to your eyes for about 5 minutes to constrict the blood vessels. This is a wonderful spa treatment for your eyes…

3-  Wear Eye Cream

Wear an eye cream morning and night, every day. The best eye creams for dark circles are those with caffeine added and light infusing particles to brighten your under eyes. Eye cream with caffeine will also constrict your blood vessels.

  4-Wear Eye Concealer

 Wear Eye Concealer


Wear an under eye concealer during the day to brighten your under eye area cosmetically. Don’t get discouraged if you can’t find the perfect match of concealer. Most people’s skin needs to mix two colors together to find their true skin match.

5- Apply Collagen-Building Cream

 Apply Collagen-Building Cream
Try a collagen-building cream which contains retinol and or Vitamin C. Retinol and Vitamin C increase collagen production as well as brightening your skin tone.

6- Allergies


If you suffer from allergies, use allergy medication. This can decrease dark circles quite quickly.

6- Don’t Get Discouraged

There are many treatments and products to try to minimize your dark circles. Don’t get discouraged if none of these seem to be working for you. Visit your dermatologist to rule out any other issues that could be effecting the darkness under your eyes.


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