25 Tips on How to Get Rid of under Eye Dark Circles and Puffiness …


How to get rid of under eye circles and puffiness was the question I used to ask myself every single morning.

And finally, I decided I'd had enough and that it was time to fix this problem once and for all.

I started with a bit of research on remedies for those unseeingly under eye dark circles and puffiness.

Turns out, there are various ways to get rid of under eye dark circles and puffiness because there are different reasons why they occur in the first place.

Read these 25 Tips on how to get rid of under eye circles and puffiness and see which tips will work for you.

1. Medical Issue

Medical Issue

It could be a symptom of an allergic reaction or kidney infection.

If other symptoms are also present, such as fever, skin rash, or difficulty breathing, consult your doctor right away.

If an allergy is involved, find out what foods you are allergic to and eliminate them from your diet.

The most frequently occurred allergies are to modern foods such as commercial pasteurized milk from hormone-treated cows, processed grains, fruits and veggies with residual pesticides, and other products that people had never eaten until just several generations ago.2

Allergies can also be caused by commercial beauty products, such as under-eye creams or mascaras.2

2. PMS


Check if your under-eye dark circles and puffiness are related to your monthly cycle.

If the puffiness appears several days before your period, consider it a manifestation of PMS.

Try to use natural diuretics, such as green tea, and eliminate salty foods and most carbohydrates from your menu about one week prior to your period.

Such measures should drastically reduce hormonal-induced dark circles and puffiness under your eyes, which are caused by premenstrual water retention.

3. Hereditary


Just look at your Mom or Grandma to check if they have dark circles under their eyes, too.

If yes, your under-eye puffiness is, most probably, a hereditary condition that runs in the family and there is really not much you can do about it.

In such a case, just try to make peace with your looks and do not be fooled by commercial beauty tricks to sell you yet another “miraculous remedy”.

Concealer works really well and is the best way to cover up your dark circles!

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