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Under Eye Circles

Updated on June 23, 2009

Under Eye Circles

remove under eye circles naturally

Feeling tensed with your under eye circles ?

Don't worry !

Don't forget the power of nature it has given us every thing we need . So , why wasting money on pills and creams?

Here are some natural steps to remove under eye dark circles naturally :

STEP 1

step 1 for removing under eye dark circles naturally starts with increasing blood flow in your face , for this you have to engage with one or more cardiovascular activities running , jogging,cycling,swimming etc. are good examples of common cardiovascular exercise choose your best.

Bathe your skin daily in warm water. Fill your sink and plunge your face in the water for at least 20 seconds. You will start to feel your nose and lips, this is when it starts to be effective. Repeat 5 times. "Warm" should be just a tad warmer than the hottest you would comfortably take a shower in. This will force your skin to develop, or re-develop, your facial capillaries, evenly throughout your face.

STEP 2

Step 2 for removing under eye dark circles naturally starts with massage:

a). Close your eyes using middle fingure massage the bone of eye sockets.Move your fingure upwards and outwards then down towards bridge of nose repeat this procedure for 10 times.

b). By using your middle three fingures dap around your eyes as if you are playing piano .(but be careful )

c). Press the pressure points just under the brow bone below the inner eyebrows and count to 3. Then glide fingers under brow, around and under the eyes, and back to the starting point in 6 counts. Repeat entire procedure 3 times, moving gently over the eyelid to press at temples on the final count.

STEP 3

Step 3 for removing under eye dark circles naturally :

Choose one or all best for you :

a) . Soak cotton wool in cucumber juice or in patato juice and apply it around your eyes , you can also do this by making slices of cucumber or patato and putting them on your eyes for 15 - 20 min. .

b) . Place slightly cooled tea bags on your eyes while you are taking rest.

c) .Apply paste (fenugreek+milk) on dark circles before going for sleep and wash it off in the morning

d) Combine almond powder with milk cream to create a natural lotion. Gently rub the mixture under your eyes at bedtime and leave it on until morning.

***If you want change, please follow these three steps .***

Things To Remember:

1. Drink enough water.

2. Get enough sleep .

3. Apply lemon juice 2 times a day.(around eyes)

4. Apply paste ( turmeric power + pineapple juice ) on black circles

5. Apply almond oil under eyes.

TIp of the day:

How to remove dark circles naturally with ayurveda ?

Make a paste of Ginseng Plus, Papaya, Neem, Mint, Aswagandha(Withania Somniferra), Sandalwood Oil and Almond Oil. You can add cucumber gel or Aloe Vera gel to prepare the paste,apply this paste on your dark circles it will surely work on dark circles or puffy bags under or around your eyes including those caused by hereditary or other causes like insomnia, excessive work, improper dietary habits etc.

These are some natural ways to remove dark circles naturally.

All the best

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      anuradha namdeo 5 years ago

      give me advice for dark circle i hv tried everythng bt my dark hn not ended so plz give me bst advice

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      akshita garg 6 years ago

      thankyou so much for giving me these powerful tips. actually i have many dark circles under my eyes . now from today onwards i wil start your tips for these dark circles

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      sayali 6 years ago

      give me advices for undereye..

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      kim s 9 years ago

      All eye creams seem to come in tiny .5oz / 15ml containers - which is a waste of money...i like the Made from Earth Olive Night creme because its a large 2 ounce container and has worked WONDERS under my eyes and wrinkles on the sides of my face.

      I really enjoy the Olive Night creme - I use it as an under eye cream as recommended by their website. My routine has been putting some of the cream along my lower lid and then gently rubing under my eyes before i go to bed at night. The cream stays put, and doesn't get into my eyes. It also doesn't have any fumes or aromas to make my eyes water since it is organic and chemical free. I'm the one whose eyes will tear if our cat wanders next to me and rubs my shoulder, so my eyes are generally rather sensitive.

      I use this each morning and evening. I really can tell the difference, that my eyes look less tired, that the skin looks more healthy. And really, it makes sense. All skin needs moisture to stay healthy. That skin beneath and around your eyes is extremely thin, so if any skin on your body is going to show dehydration first, it would be your eyes. People look at your eyes all the time when they talk to you, so they notice that pretty quickly.

      The downside of course is that eye cream is rather pricey - but again, for the above reasons, I don't think it's as bad as it might seem at first. You use tiny amounts. The cream is specially formulated to be safe for use near your eyes, and to be light enough to absorb into that delicate skin. You really DO need to take care of that skin area in a special way, since the skin is so delicate. And it's well worth it to do that, since people who talk to you are generally looking at your face and your eyes when they do so.

      I tend to be frugal, but this is one of the areas where I think taking good care of yourself is worth it in the long run. I bought from the website because I believe they only have stores in London and New York - highly recommended for healthy women looking for an under eye with proven results!

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