Dark circles under the eyes can be a real nuisance, but luckily there are a few simple beauty and health tips that can help reduce their appearance. Cryotherapy-inspired tools, such as the Cryopress Ice 001 Skincare facial massager, can provide immediate relief and easily reduce puffiness and dark circles. Dietary deficiencies, such as a lack of vitamin B12, have been linked to dark circles, so adding more oily fish, eggs, and milk to your diet or taking a dietary supplement may help. It's also important to protect the delicate skin around your eyes from UV rays with an eye cream that contains zinc oxide or titanium dioxide with an SPF 30 or higher.
Natural remedies such as coconut oil can also be effective in lightening dark circles. For fair skin, peach tones counteract the bluish tone of bags under the eyes, while yellow and biscuit tones are better for medium skin and orange is better for dark skin. If cucumber slices don't work for you, try mixing equal parts of cucumber and lemon juice and then applying a cotton ball to the dark circles. As we age, we lose volume in our skin which can cause changes that appear in the form of dark circles due to the increase in the shadow effect.
To reduce bags and dark circles under your eyes, wait about 10 seconds for a formula to become sticky and then touch and mix with your ring finger. L'Oreal eye cream contains a combination of retinol, vitamin C and hyaluronic acid to eliminate puffiness under the eyes and brighten dark circles. Garnier eye roller can also serve as a quick fix for under-eye puffiness and dark circles. Finally, setting an earlier bedtime and avoiding caffeine at night can help reduce the appearance of dark circles.