Are dark circles bothering you? Here are some simple ways to deal with them.
GO THE MILKY WAY
Grandmom’s recipes always included milk because it lightens skin. Using cold unboiled milk on your face and over your eyelids can help brighten skin.
LET ALOE WORK ITS MAGIC
Aloe vera can help make the skin under your eyes look healthier. Use it on clean skin before you retire for the night. There are several organic restorative gels and creams with aloe vera content available in the market.
SAY YES TO ANTIOXIDANTS
Have nuts, berries, beans, fresh leafy colourful vegetables and fruits. Antioxidants in these foods will make your skin healthy and combat dark circles.
Harmful sun rays can damage and irritate sensitive under-eye skin. Wear sunglasses for protection.
TEA BAG IT!
Dip two tea bags (you can either use black or green on alternate days to get the best of both) in warm water and then refrigerate them. When you are back home after a hectic day, clean your face, place the cold tea bags on your eyes and lie down for around 15-20 minutes. This helps reduce puffiness and dilated blood vessels, while the antioxidants work wonders for your skin.