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Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Answering a Reader Question #124

Anonymous Wrote:

Hey Dania! You mentioned that you write about skin care, I was wondering if you had any tips for getting rid of under-eye circles? Thanks! 

Howdy! Ah, under eye circles...they're the worst! There are a few different ways to approach this but it is important to first identify the cause. Common culprits include not getting enough sleep, maintaining a poor diet and not drinking enough water. However, if your under eye circles run in your family, then you'll probably want to invest in an eye cream or serum that is formulated to help deal with this issue. Hylexin is one of the leading products on the market that is specially formulated to correct the problem. If you want to learn more about Hylexin, here is a link:

Hylexin Product Page

However, if you're simply in need of natural remedies, then you can check out this information, which was taken from one of the articles I wrote about the subject for the website CareFair.com:

Natural Remedy #1:

- Combine cucumber juice, lanolin cream and lemon juice and apply to your under eye area.
- Let the mixture sit for 10-15 minutes then rinse with lukewarm water.

Natural Remedy #2:

Fans of almond oil can use this product to gently massage their under eye area every night before bedtime.

Natural Remedy #3:

- Brew a cup of your favorite tea (green tea is ideal) and remove the teabag afterwards.
- Allow it to cool and then place on your eyes for 10 minutes.
- Remove the teabag and rinse the eye area.

Not only will this tried and true natural skincare remedy take care of your dark under eye circles, it will also reduce puffiness. Add a good quality eye cream to your skincare regimen as well. This is the icing on the cake. 


Anonymous said...

Thanks, Dania, I'll try these! The tea one especially is great, I drink alot of it :)

Anonymous said...

Good article about the natural remedy part. At least it's better than using commercial skin care products that contain too many chemicals and other artificial ingredients which are harmful to the skin and immune system. It would be nice if you could write an article about the dangers of chemicals in commercial cosmetics and beauty products because they're causing people a lot of skin problems and other diseases and that you could include recipes for natural skin and hair care products.