10 Ways To Remove Dark Circles Under Eyes
Eyes play an important role in physical attraction; they also tell a lot about a person. Familiar comments like gentle eyes, sexy eyes, and mean eyes prove that eyes can have their own personality. So how do you make sure your eyes are sending the right message about you? You take care of them.
Finally, say good bye to dark circles and puffy eyes which make you look tired, old or mean. No matter what your age is, simple beauty tips for your eyes will make sure they look their best. After all, you never know whose heart your going to melt with your eyes! Below are 10 tips for vibrant healthy eyes.
1. Eat healthy
Eating healthy is important not only for your body but your eyes. Eating plenty of fruits and vegetables rich in beta carotene help you have healthy eyes. Your mother was right, eating carrots will help your eyesight! Here is a brief list of fruits and vegetables that promote healthy vibrant eyes:
2. Stop rubbing your eyes
One of the many causes of dark circles under eyes is caused by broken blood vessels. Weak blood vessels under your eyes break and bruise causing dark circles under eyes. When you rub your eyes you break blood vessels under your eyes and unintentionally cause dark circles under eyes. If your eyes are bothering you try blinking instead. It provides a nice massage and exercise to eyes.
Sleep is a classic treatment for dark circles and puffy eyes because it works. Without quality sleep the face literally sags. When you sleep circulation increases throughout your body; including your face and eyes. However, one important thing to remember is sleeping with your head slightly elevated. If you sleep with your head on a downward angle fluids in your body can rest in your eye area causing puffy eyes.
4. Cold for the eyes
Cold temperatures are good for your eyes. They help reduce puffy eyes and sooth tired eyes. There are numerous ways to apply something cold to your eyes. You can cut cucumber slices or potato slices and apply them to closed eyes for ten minutes. Other remedies are applying a cold spoon to the eyes or even splashing cold water to eyes. The cold helps to avoid under eye wrinkles and dark circles around the eyes.
As a child, your mother probably told you to drink lots of milk in order to grow; but she never mentioned applying milk to your eyes. If you're like most women, wearing mascara usually causes dark circles under eyes. Although these can be removed easily with makeup removers some products are harsh on the eyes. Milk is a good and safe natural cleanser. Use a clean cotton ball dipped in milk to clean your eyes.
6. Rose Water
Attractive people usually have that spark and glow to their eyes that is contagious. A neat trick for eyes that sparkle is glowing eyes insert 2 drops of pure rose water using a dropper. This also gives you a special eye lift.
RevitaLume is a great dark circles eye treatment that works. It removes dark circles under eyes and puffy eyes in days! For some people, like myself it works in just one day. This product is gentle and light enough to wear under your makeup. Simply apply the gel to your under eyes in the morning and before bed. You will notice those dark circles fade away!
8. Wear Sunglasses
Shield your eyes from harmful UV rays with sunglasses. The best time to use sunglasses are during peak daytime hours when the sun is at its strongest. Protecting your eyes from the sun will prevent fine lines, wrinkles, and crows feet. It also prevents skin from darkening under the eyes.
9. No late night drinks
Limit yourself from drinking too many fluids before bedtime. This can contribute to building fluid around the eyes during sleep; meaning most likely you'll wake up with puffy eyes. Take small sips instead.
10. Great Concealer
The wonders of makeup are fascinating. Finding the right concealer can help reduce the appearance of undereye circles. It's important to choose an undereye concealer that is a shade or two lighter than your natural skin tone. Always apply your concealer with your ring finger. The skin on this finger is smoother and will help the concealer settle in. Consult a makeup representative at a department store. They're great at helping you find the right shade of concealer.