One of the most common diseases or immediate pains that appear on our skin are the dark circles. They cause us to look worn out, however would could it be that incites their appearance?
There is a distinction between blue circles and brown circles.
The skin under the eyes is extremely thin and gentle, and this makes all that is going on in these zones of the face unmistakable. The most well-known circles under the eyes are blue and dark colored.
The first we notice is usually after a sleep. They are because of the accumulation of one oxygen-poor blood. While brown circles are because of pigmentation, exposure to the sun or rubbing the skin in these areas.
Nutrition and allergies
Insolvency is one of the most common causes of the appearance of dark circles under the eyes. But sometimes this condition is due to the diet, especially after losing weight.
It can also be the result of an allergic reaction to the body.
Likewise with age, these dark circles become noticeable. The skin begins to lose its flexibility, the subcutaneous greasy tissue. All this reflects on her healthy and fresh look.
What else can cause the appearance of dark circles under the eyes?
- Atopic dermatitis (eczema)
- Contact dermatitis
- Hormonal changes
- Exposure to low temperatures, causing capillary cracking
- Harmful habits
- Fatigue and others
How to help yourself with the presence of dark circles?
Make yourself a mask with cucumber circles. Their freshness and nutrient C, which it contains, will help reestablish the shine of the skin.
The sharp potatoes are also a good solution. Cut them into circles and reload them as a natural compressor. They are rich in an enzyme that has a bleaching effect.
Bags with green tea – Many of the eye creams contain caffeine. Green tea also contains caffeine. Brew 2 bags, allow them to cool and then apply them as compressors.