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Quick Tips to get rid of dark circles and puffy eyes

Quick Tips to get rid of dark circles and puffy eyes

Some of the factors that add to this beauty problem include smoking, hereditary conditions, lack of sleep, poor nutrition, allergies and extreme intake of alcohol. Dealing with dark circles and puffy eyes can be exasperating and distressing. Since people notice your face first, it is likely they will notice your puffy eyes and dark circles and think that you look exhausted. Luckily, you do not have to deal with this beauty problem forever.

Here are ways you can get rid of dark circles and puffy eyes.

Protect Your Eyes from the Sun

The sun’s UV rays damage your skin, especially the area around your eyes. In addition to wearing a sunscreen on your skin, you should also wear sunglasses if you are stepping out in the sun for a while. Wearing sunglasses will not only prevent dark circles but also help prevent wrinkles, and fine lines. Kaya’s Daily Use Sunscreen SPF15 with SPF 15 not only protects your skin from harmful UV-A and UV-B rays, but also hydrates the skin without making it feel sticky. With Ultra Bootstar rating of 5, it offers the highest possible UV-A protection against tanning and ageing due to sun exposure. Visit:

Get Plenty of Rest at Night

Getting enough sleep at night is so imperative, but many people still do not get the suggested amount of rest. Try to get eight hours of sleep each night. If you have to wake up early for work, go to bed sooner. If you are not used to going to bed early, do some things to relax yourself like taking a hot bath or reading a book. Also, avoid consuming alcohol before bed because it can disturb the quality of your sleep. Getting the right amount of rest at night will help your eyes look much brighter and more energetic in the morning.

Eat a Healthy Diet

A healthy diet is not only good for your waistline and hair, but can also help reduce the appearance of dark circles. Instead of binging on junk food like pizza and chips, include fruits, vegetables and protein in your diet. Foods that are high in salt content can cause your body to retain water, which can cause your eyes to be puffy. Carrots are one of the best vegetables to help reduce dark circles. Fruits that are loaded with vitamin C like kiwis, oranges, grapefruit and strawberries will reduce the appearance of dark circles by thickening the eyelid dermis. Proteins like chicken and tuna will increase muscle growth, which will reduce the appearance of dark circles. Also, drink eight glasses of water a day to keep your skin hydrated.

Treat the Skin Around Your Eyes With Care

The skin around your eyes is very fine, so you should always treat it with care. Avoid rubbing your eyes, even if they itch. Also, do not rub your eyes when you remove your makeup. Instead, pat your eyes lightly.

Whether your dark circles and puffy eyes are due to lack of sleep or a hereditary condition, there are plenty of ways you can treat the problem. Opt for a good under eye gel or cream, Kaya’s Brightening and Firming Eye Serum (also a winner of Elle Beauty Awards 2013) contains asynergetic active complex of soy and rice peptides, yeast protein, hyluronic acid and seaweed extract. This potent combination targets puffiness and discoloration and enhances firmness around the eyes.

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As you are waiting for results, you can cover up your dark circles with a concealer. Apply a liquid concealer under your eyes with your fingers. Set the concealer with some loose powder, and your eyes will look brighter than ever. If none of the tips above help relieve dark circles or puffy eyes, you may want to speak to your doctor about the problem.

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