Sayonara Dark Circles!!

Dark circles are one of the common problem both men and women of all ages suffer from. The straining of the eyes, heavy work, pressurizing work and not consuming proper diet are the basic reasons for dark circles.
I found many tips over the net and got some tips from my mom. Considered mom’s experience over years as best and i have consolidated the tips given by my mom and a couple from the net. Here are the best and natural healing methodologies of curbing the dark blemishes under the eye which will not cause any harm to the skin.

1) Application of a thin sliced cucumber on top of each eye for 15 to 20 minutes, twice a day, relieves stress and cools down the eyes.

2) A mixture of almond oil and honey should be applied on the affected area every night before bedtime. You will see a remarkable improvement in two to three weeks.

3) Consume at least two to three liters of water on a daily basis. Water is a very essential remedy in this case and it flushes out the toxins present in the body.

4) Tea bags are known to be very effective in curing dark circles. A cold tea bag should be put on top of each eye for 10 to 15 minutes everyday.

5) Rose water is considered to be a natural coolant for the body and has been an old home remedy for generations. Apply two to three drops of rose water on a cotton ball and gently massage on the affected area of the eye for five to six minutes. You will see the result in two to three weeks. This method is considered to be one of the most effective cures for dark circles.

6) Consuming a good breakfast will definitely help.

Do you find these tips useful? If you know any tip do post it and add a comment so that i can refer it from your blog!

Thanks so much.

Take Care.

P.S: I am in the process of writing an article about my friends. Will definitely complete it this weekend. Do come and check it sometime.

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