Warning about using Home-Remedies to
Cure Dark Circles Under your Eyes
- Be careful about what type of tea bag you use. If you have allergies, a tea bag full of chamomile may cause your eyes to swell.
- Do not apply ice or extremely cold water directly to the skin around the eyes for more than a few seconds.
- Exercise caution when using a new cosmetic product or trying a home remedy. If the condition worsens, or if you exhibit other symptoms, discontinue use immediately and contact your primary care physician or dermatologist for severe or persisting symptoms.
- Consult a physician before considering using any expensive or invasive treatments. Not all Dark Eye Circles are formed equally, and understanding and discussing the root causes of your dark circles with a qualified professional will ensure you don't waste your money.
- You should use a good sun-screen skin sun block daily, but if you usually don't apply sunscreen to your face never forget under your eyes. As your skin picks up color, the dark circle areas seem to fade because they are not getting as tan as the surrounding skin. When you go to the beach apply numerous times during the day. Eventually, many people using this technique won't need concealer and you are protecting your skin from skin sun damage.
- Don't be disappointed because it may take a while for the dark circles to disappear.
- When using a cold spoon, do not stick it in the freezer and place directly under your eyes. Your eye vision can get blurry and you might have a slight headache.
- Make sure you are not allergic to any of these methods before using them.
In most cases the condition of dark circles under my eyes is a result of aging or inheritance, and does not indicate illness or toxicity in the body. A doctor provided two simple Ayurvedic remedies that can help eliminate the hollow look.
Gently massage botanical oil or almond oil on-to the dark circles area before going to bed.
Dip cotton pads in fig juice, rosewater, or cold milk. Lie down with your feet raised higher than your head, then place the wet pads on your closed eyes. Stay that way for 5 to 10-minutes.
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