Once And For All, Here's The Easy Way To Get Rid Of Under Eye Circles #SHEfindsSolutions

October 31, 2017 by Alaisha Key
shefinds | Health

One of the most common skincare problems is under eye circles. Ladies, we all get them at some point whether it’s due to lack of sleep, stress, or sun damage. These unsightly bags remind us that the skin under our eyes is very sensitive and needs a little extra TLC form time to time. And if you’re looking to get rid of these blemishes instead of just constantly covering them up with concealer, it’s time to attempt some of these tried and true methods that’ll help you get rid of the under eye circles fast.

1.Remember to keep hydrated. You’ve heard it a million times before: “Drink more water!” Well, those bags may be popping out because a high concentration of salt around the eye is causing you to retain water. Making sure to consume more water will help the body flush out salt, alcohol, and toxins that may be causing the droopiness.

2.Make sure you moisturize. As the temperatures get cooler, it’s even more important to moisturize the skin, but don’t neglect the under eyes. Pay a little extra attention to this problem area. You can use any number of hydrating creams to rub onto your eyes or add an oil treatment such as almond oil to your nighttime routine.

3.Try the old tea bag trick. Green and black tea can help get rid of those pesky circles, as the ingredients in them can help fight inflammation. For this trick, all you have to do is steep the tea bags as usual. Take out the bag, and let it cool for about half an hour in the refrigerator. (Enjoy a cup while you wait!) Then, place the bags over your eyes for a few minutes. Repeat the process once a week to make sure they stay gone.

4.Change you sleeping habits ASAP. Aside from getting more sleep, another thing that you can do is switch up your sleeping position, especially if you sleep on your side or stomach. Try sleeping on your back to get rid of bags, as other positions can constrict the blood vessels in the face as well as cause fluid to build up overnight.

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