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How to Get Rid of Dark Circles – 7 Pro Tips and Natural Remedies

7 Pro Tips to Get Rid of Dark Circles Naturally

So have you ever woken up and had dark circles under your eyes? Well, in this video, I’m going to share with you 7 Pro tips on how you can get rid of dark circles. Let’s take a look hey what’s up, this is dr. Allen. Here from the doctor eye health show helping you learn all about the eyes and finding the best vision products if you’re new here to the channel – and you like taking care of your eyes, then consider hitting that subscribe button down below and turn on notifications. So you don’t miss any of my future videos. A lot of people have dark circles because you can see the blood vessels in their eyelids and that’s either because they have more capillaries or the ones they have are thicker and larger and because the skin of the eyelid is the thinnest in the body. You can see them more easily, so my first tip is to shrink your blood vessels with caffeine. Caffeine acts as a diuretic to help get fluid out of your body, but it also helps to constrict your blood vessels at least momentarily.

How to Get Rid of Dark Circles - 7 Pro Tips and Natural Remedies

Combat Dark Circles Naturally: Tips for Constricting Blood Vessels and Treating Eye Allergies

So drinking a cup of coffee or a cup of black tea can help constrict your blood vessels and get the dark circles to be less apparent. You can also try the moistened tea bag trick if you want, because caffeine can also be absorbed through the skin. That’s exactly why some medications and creams for dark circles have caffeine in them, as an additive tip number two is to also treat eye allergies, your eyelids and the blood vessels within the eyelids become inflamed very easily due to allergies. Allergic reactions are caused by a chemical called histamine. Histamine causes your blood vessels to dilate and start to release more fluid. That fluid will accumulate and cause eye bags, and although people often confuse eye bags with dark circles, they are not the same thing. But thankfully, in this case, the treatments are very similar to managing your allergies. You can try over-the-counter oral antihistamines or you can try topical antihistamine eyedrops.

Expert Tips for Relieving Eye Allergies and reducing Dark Circles Naturally

The branded eyedrop called Pataday just became over-the-counter in many countries and is honestly one of the best eye drops for eye allergies. You can also try eyelid wipes specifically for allergies. This is one from Ocusoft, which is kind of like a wet wipe for the eyelids, and an extra pro tip is that if you are a makeup, wearer makes sure to clean that makeup off before going to bed. Otherwise, allergens can stick on to that makeup and then you’re just holding those right onto the eyelids overnight even better, yet just stop wearing eye makeup altogether because you are beautiful just the way you are tip number three is to do cold compresses. Just like icing. Your elbow or your knee after it’s been injured, it’ll help reduce the swelling of the blood vessels and slow down fluid movement which causes the swelling. You can do cold compresses by using an eye mask like this one.

Prevent Dark Circles Naturally: Tips to Protect Thin Skin from UV Damage

You can also just grab a bag of frozen peas out of the freezer, or you can do the frozen spoon trick. Where you put a couple of spoons into the freezer and after a few hours, then you can put the frozen spoon onto your eyelid and that’ll cool down the swelling hey. Are you getting value out of this video if so smash that like button for me and leave a comment below, about which one of these tips works the best for you. Otherwise, let’s keep going with another reason: people get dark circles because the skin on the eyelid is the thinnest skin. On the body, it’s about half, a millimeter thick and some people have thinner skin than others to help with this honestly, prevention is the most important, so tip number four is to prevent skin damage by wearing UV light, blocking appointment sand, creams or wearing a Hundred percent UV light protecting sunglasses, because in the long-term UV light from the Sun, can cause damage to the skin and even thin.

6 Natural Tips for Banishing Dark Circles and Strengthening Under-Eye Skin

The skin tip number five is to also use some sort of moisturizing cream around the eyelids to help support and strengthen the tissue. You can also contact your dermatologist for possible prescription medications to help thicken that skin as well and tip number six is to get more rest at night. Not getting enough sleep can decrease hormone levels and thin the skin and negatively affect your blood vessels take it from my cat. Getting between seven and nine hours of sleep at night is recommended, and an extra pro tip is that when you are sleeping sleep with a slight incline so that any fluid that’s accumulating around your eyes drains to the rest of your body. Another major cause of dark circles is hyperpigmentation of the eyelid and, honestly, this one’s really hard to treat on your own, just because some people naturally have more pigment of their skin around their eyelids.

Tip #7: Using Makeup and Consulting a Dermatologist to Treat Hyperpigmentation of Eyelids

Yeh genetics but tip number seven is that you can also try using makeup, concealers, or optical diffusers to help blend in the color of your eyelids, with your facial tissue or consult a dermatologist in your area for possible treatments of pulsed, light therapy or other laser treatments. To help treat the hyperpigmentation you have of your eyelids hey. If this video helped you out make sure to like it and share it, if you’d like to learn more about other eyelid conditions and treatments, go ahead and click or tap the screen over here to the side, or if you’d like to see another cool video from Doctor eye health go ahead and click or tap the screen down over. Here again, this is dr Allen here from the doctor of eye health, helping you learn about the eyes and vision, keep an eye on it. We’ll talk to you soon,

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