Under the eye is a very sensitive area of the body, especially the skin around it because it is thinner, and there are many factors that lead to the appearance of puffiness under the eyes and dark circles, including lack of sleep, dehydration and not eating a healthy and balanced diet, and genetics and aging can also play a role in the emergence of Dark circles, according to a report by the “Times On News” network of India.
There are many products on the market that claim to correct or treat dark circles and puffiness under the eyes but they don’t really work. Here are some tips to take care of under eye puffiness and dark circles:
Drink plenty of water, this helps reduce eye bags that cause puffiness, and the use of cold compresses works well to reduce eye bags quickly..
Use tea bags (especially green tea) under your eyes to help get rid of dark circles and puffiness. The caffeine in tea is a very powerful antioxidant. It not only increases blood flow, but also provides protection from harmful UV rays. slows down the aging process.
Iron deficiency can also be a cause of dark circles and puffiness under the eyes, so you should include iron-rich foods in your diet.
Use skin lighteners, such as eye creams or gels that contain ingredients like hydroquinone, vitamin C, kojic acid, and hyaluronic acid.
If you often suffer from puffy eyes, make sure to sleep with your head elevated using an extra pillow, as this height prevents the accumulation of body fluids under the eyes..
Get a good 8 hour sleep each night, as lack of sleep can make your eyes feel tired and thus contribute to skin changes that cause dark circles to appear..
Collagen loss can also be one of the reasons for the appearance of dark circles, so eating foods rich in vitamin C Amino acids boost collagen production by increasing hyaluronic acid levels to maintain healthy skin.
Avoid sitting for long periods in front of mobile phones and other electronic device screens, because artificial light causes dehydration and loss of skin moisture, which leads to collagen breakage and causes dark circles to appear under the eyes.