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How to get rid of under eye circles?

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I used every product out there DO NOT fall into the same trap I did. The onlything that works is something called Eye Rid, but is expensive good luck.

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If you're meaning how to remove under eye circles with makeup, I always use a concealer that's lighter than my natural skintone. I really like Hard Candy's Glamoflauge. It will literally cover anything. I swear by this stuff. Depending on your skin, it might be too heavy to wear alone.

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Caffeine. This is why coffee and tea bags work wonders. If you are looking for a great product, I highly recommend 100% Pure's Coffee Bean Eye Cream and Marc Jacobs Remedy Concealer Pen.

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For me, nothing beats getting a good sleep. Doing this gives you a lot of benefits. You are skin even gets better because the body is able to replenish the cells that were lost along the way. You can work with concealers but they will not be there permanently. Invest on something worthwhile already. 

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You can try some home remedies that actually works very well for dark circles. Home remedies that can be used to reduce dark circles and brighten your eyes easily.

 

Here are a few tips to deal with dark circles:

 

- Drink lots of water. For anything related to health, water is still the best beverage.

 

- Include a lot of green leafy veggies in your diet. Also include food rich in Vitamin A and E.

 

- You can also place used tea bag (cold) on your eyes which helps lessen the darkness - Avoid exposing your skin to harsh rays of the sun. Especially for the eyes, wear sunglasses whenever you step out in the sun

 

- Massage Vitamin E or almond oil around the eyes without touching the eyes (massage must strictly be external). This improves blood circulation.

 

- Get a lot of sleep. Sleeplessness is a culprit for most health problems. Have a set routine and have regular sleep timing. Make sure you get at least 8 hours of sleep.

 

Hope it will help you!

 

- Indulge in some kind of exercise like walking, jogging. Yoga, especially pranayama is known to improve skin health.

 

- Grate raw potato, squeeze the juice and apply the juice under your eyes for 10 minutes. Alternatively, you can also place thin slices of potato on your eyes (with them closed) every night before you retire. This is one of the most popular and time-tested home remedies for dark circles.

 

- Take two thin slices of cucumber and place them on your eyes. This removes the puffiness and cools the eyes - Dip cotton in rose water and place them on your eyes.

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I've tried products but I always end up going to the natural remedies. Drinking water and plenty of sleep are a must but you can also apply rosewater and seal with coconut oil. I rarely have to use concealer anymore, it works wonders! Good luck. Mod Edit - Please no links to personal blog or YouTube channels, as per our Terms of Service, thank you!

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Well there are some ways to get rid of bags/circles under the eyes, concealer is a good thing to use but before you do that you can use a cold spoon and put it under your eye to get rid of circles then you can put concealer on after, but mainly thing is never compromise with your sleep. If your eyes get proper sleep then you will not face the problem of dark circles.

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Well here is a HOME REMEDY that I have heard is really good, worth a try.:-) You might not believe this but... RAW POTATOES ON YOUR EYES. this works because of the potassium in the rawness of potatoes. This gets rid of the dark circles under eyes. ALL THE BEST GIRLS.:-)

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Sorry, I didn't realize that there was already a post for my reply before.... I didn't read them properly. :-

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Originally Posted by lebeautydiaries View Post
 

If you're meaning how to remove under eye circles with makeup, I always use a concealer that's lighter than my natural skintone. I really like Hard Candy's Glamoflauge. It will literally cover anything. I swear by this stuff. Depending on your skin, it might be too heavy to wear alone.

 

Yes, this. I wear the lightest color they make and it works like a dream!

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I've never heard of the brand hard candy, where can I get that? I'm 25 and use bobbi brown but I need something more, it gets stuck in my very fine wrinkles and makes the prominent, so does my bare minerals in that area only, trying to find something that doesn't do that!

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Earlier I post about it on my blog... Here are the tips-

  • Drink complete quantity of water ( 3 liters/day for men and 2.2 liter/day for women).
  • Put cucumber on eyes for around 15 minutes daily.
  • Take 8 hours sleep if possible.

I'm sure it all will help you.

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You can try home remedies on your affected skin area such as almond oil, cucumber, Raw potato, Rose water, Tomato, lemon juice. These are best skin toners, apply one of this remedy about 15 – 20 minutes daily, they would helps you to get rid of dark circles, if not then consult with your skin care specialist for best treatment and advice.

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Eyes are a beautiful part of our face It is important that with external preventions we must also formulate our lifestyle, our diet and sleep. When it comes to eyes, there is not much we can do. Most of the eye packs are single ingredients and no mixtures are really required. Go for Natural Almond oil,Cucumber,Raw Potato for more details you can visit to Ladiesfashion(http://www.ladiesandfashion.com/dark-circle-remedies/)

 

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Want to know how to get rid of dark circles under eyes

Before going to bed, apply a little almond oil over the dark circles and gently massage it into the skin. Leave it on overnight. The next morning, wash it off with cold water. Follow this remedy daily until the dark circles disappear.

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I can tell you some which I used to get rid under eye circle,

 

Cut cucumber thin slices and keep on your eye for 10 minutes then wash.

 

Potato slices you can use, or mix tomato juice  and lime juice together then apply around your eye keep it for 5 to 10 minutes and wash with water.

 

But any how go to a ladies spa and get their treatments as well.

 

Hope you can get rid of this problem.

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Hi,

 

Personally I think these 5 ways helps with my eyes circles and eyes bags:

 

1. Get your beauty sleep. Get plenty of sleep nightly. It’s not entirely clear why inadequate sleep results in dark circles under the eyes, but lack of sleep tends to cause the skin to become paler (thus increasing the appearance of darkness under the eyes), and reduces circulation. Place two or more pillows under your head when you sleep or take a nap. This prevents the puffiness that occurs when liquid gathers in the lower eyelid.

 

2. Cold Therapy: Wrap a few ice cubes in a soft napkin and place it under your eyes. This reduces the dilation and discoloration in the blood vessels. Instead of an ice pack, you could also try a bag of frozen peas, a chilled teabag and a cold spoon.

 

3. Saline Spray: Relieve your nasal congestion by rinsing your sinuses with a saltwater solution or an over the counter saline spray. This should help alleviate dark circles.

 

4. My favorite and result almost immediate is this product "INSTANTLY AGELESS" from this website www.wellnesseternally.jeunesseglobal.com

 

5. Increase your intake of vitamin A, C, K & E.

 

Hope it's helpful to you as it is to me. :)

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