At one time or another, most people are plagued with dark circles under their eyes. Whether you are overly tired, aging or suffering from allergies, you may be faced with dark circles in your mirror.
However, while they are not dangerous to your health, the condition does have a psychological effect on how you see yourself and what others think when they meet you. Despite warnings not to make first impressions from the way others look, the reality is that virtually everyone does it.
Although they are usually relatively harmless, you may want to reduce the effect as much as possible.
Before considering surgical choices, use these strategies to reduce the effects. If you choose surgery, be aware that inappropriate daily choices may cause your hyperpigmentation or puffiness around the eyes to quickly return.
Black tea and green tea are good for treating bags under the eyes. Soak 2 tea bags in a cup of boiling water and let them on a plate to cool. Once they have reached the right temperature (for your skin), lay down on your back and apply the tea bags to your eyes. Wait for about 10 minutes. Do this every day and dark circles will be history in no time!
Cold potato slices
Leave a potato in the refrigerator overnight. In the morning, cut two slices and apply them to your eyes (covering the entire eye area) for 15 minutes. Repeat the process every morning and you’ll look fresh the entire day!
Quite a lot of women say they tried almond oil to get rid of bags under eyes and had good results. Moisturize your skin under your eyes with organic almond oil before bedtime and wash your face with cold water in the morning. Do this every day and dark circles will soon become just a bad dream!