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Dark circles are a common issue among men and women. They are usually associated with poor sleep and crying and give off the impression of tiredness. However, some dark circles are also a genetic issue.
Have you ever noticed how the eyes are a remarkable point in a person’s face? Many times, dark circles end up drawing even more attention to us.
The deep marks have a brown or purple color and appear under the eyes, thanks to the high melanin levels or due to the congestion of capillary vessels around the eyes.
Other factors, such as allergies, tiredness, skin aging, excess sun exposure, and environmental damages, can aggravate dark circles.
There are some daily care steps necessary to reduce the tired aspect of your eyes. Did you know that?
See now 3 homemade treatments to lessen or get rid of your dark circles naturally.
Papaya and milk paste
An unusual method to lessen dark circles and eye bags is papaya and milk paste.
Another tip is to use a clay facial mask. Clay is incredible to treat your dark circles, thanks to its detoxifying properties
Mint tea cold compress
Another great natural medicine for dark circles is mint tea. It helps rejuvenate the skin and improves blood circulation in the area, lessening the dark pigmentation and the swelling.
As you can see, all you need is a little bit of attention to the area and, before you even notice, your eyes will be glowing again.
0:00 How to Get Rid of Dark Circles
1:01 Dark circle remedy: Papaya and milk paste
1:22 Dark circle remedy: Clay mask
1:52 Dark circle remedy: Mint tea cold compress
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