1. Goodnight sleep
The method has been tested by many generations: normalized sleep and wakefulness. If you do not get enough sleep, the skin loses its brightness and becomes pale. On a light background, circles under the eyes become more noticeable.
2. Cocktail with ice
A characteristic of the skin around eyes is a greater number of blood vessels that come close to the surface. This may be the cause of the prevailing dark circles around the eyes, since the vessels are visible through the thin skin. If you strengthen the walls of the blood vessels, they will become less transparent and therefore lighter. The easiest way to do this is to wipe the area around the eyes with ice cubes. The main thing is that you’re not applying ice, you are wiping it on the skin. Do not hold the cube in place for more than two seconds.
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3. Drink vitamins
Vitamins help strengthen blood vessels, especially vitamin C. It’s good to take a multivitamin, which also has vitamin A or its derivatives; together they are absorbed optimally.
4. Be thick-skinned
Very thin skin around the eyes causes dark circles. To make it thicker, you need to moisturize and nourish it. For this, use good and external agents (masks, creams, patches), and nutrition in the truest sense of the word. The habit of rubbing your eyes (also when applying makeup remover) also worsens the condition of the skin, and therefore should be avoided.
5. Beware of pigmentation
In recent studies, scientists have found that the appearance of dark circles under the eyes is largely due to the accumulation of melanin in the lower layers of the skin. Sunbathe less and always use SPF!