Get rid of dark circles by tweaking your lifestyle habits
Smaller changes in your lifestyle can help you in the longer run. Follow these habits that every skin expert swears by.
The appearance of dark circles could be due to a variety of reasons – nutritional deficiencies, fatigue, or allergies. But the most common cause is that they are hereditary. Often, the genes passed down from parents is the leading cause for many.
A good skincare routine and a healthy lifestyle are all good but can still go for these treatments that improve the health of your under-eye area.
Smaller changes in your lifestyle can help you in the longer run. Follow these habits that every skin expert swears by. Remove dark circles with one healthy habit at a time.
Sleep: Sleeping better with at least 7 to 9 hours of sleep to avoid exaggerating the appearance of dark circles. Sleep on your back with your head moderately elevated to minimize puffiness. Make use of the night mode in your phone all the time because it reduces UV rays that are known to cause disruptions in your natural sleep cycle.
Put your health under a microscope: Smoking, passive smoke inhaling, being overweight, having triglyceride or high cholesterol only worsens things. Exercise, meditate and make some dietary changes to help this.
Sunscreen: Wearing sunscreen can help you avoid hyperpigmentation. Use a broad-spectrum sunscreen that does both UVB and UVA protection to the lashline and wear sunglasses. If you are also looking to cover those bad boys, invest in concealers that contain an SPF with a broad spectrum.
Ice: Ice balls and cryo balls when kept in the freezer overnight and run over the skin can help with the puffiness, oxygenating and lightening it. It is also quite rejuvenating and a great way to relax.
Skin care: Use the right ingredient combination for skincare that suits your skin. Research and use the above-mentioned ingredients as a guide to start with.
Colour-corrector: Fake it till you make it. Use colour-correction. If you see dark grey/blue undertones use a counteractive peachy concealer. If you see more red/ pink undertones, use a yellow base to neutralize.
Light-reflective products: If that’s not working for you, go for subtle but light-reflective products that will do the trick by helping the light to bounce out from under and even on the inner corner of the eyes. But use a lightweight powder above it to not draw too much attention to the under-eye area.
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