People often think dark circles are due to tiredness and a lack of sleep. Although this can be a cause, there are other reasons for dark under-eye circles, such as
Thin skin under the eyes
Overexposure to sunlight
Are the dark circles permanent?
Dark circles can be treated and managed. Your skin gets thinner naturally as you age, as it loses its elasticity and ability to regenerate. Remember that it’s the daily habits you incorporate and stick to that will make a difference. There’s no easy fix for these problems. Some make it disappear within one week and some fail even with one year time or even more. The most important thing is that you should find a suitable way to remove dark circles and be consistent.
How to treat dark circles?
One needs to understand, that these ingredients only intend to help to get rid of dark circles but it takes a lot of time.
Potato: Take 2 tablespoon of grated potato and place it over the eyes for 15 minutes. Don’t wash your face after removing the potato. It has proven to have lightening effects on the skin. Try it yourself and see how it works for you.
Cucumber: Take cucumber slices and place it over the eyes for 15 minutes and remove it. Cucumber helps to soothe tired eyes and reduce swelling. Or you can use cucumber juice on cotton pads.
Almond oil: Take 2 drops of almond oil and massage gently in a circular motion around the eyes. Leave it overnight. In the morning, wash the area with cold water. Repeat the process daily until the dark circles disappear.
Dermatologists suggest Niacinamide, Vitamin C, Retinol creams to lighten dark pigmentation under the eyes. Slowly incorporate acids. First, niacinamide and then to vitamin C and finally retinol creams.
Methods of Prevention:
Wearing UV protection sunglasses
Getting enough sleep and reduce stress
Long hours in front of the gadgets
Drink lots of water and maintain a healthy diet
Note: These ingredients help to get rid of dark circles. If not, please consult a doctor. It may be the deficiency of vitamin, iron etc