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Hating those dark circles around your eyes? You are not the only one! 85% of women around the world have dark circles and are desperately looking for ways to get rid of them!

Although not a medical skin defect, dark circles affect your appearance, making you look tired, older, or unhealthy.

The skin below your eyes is thinner and delicate as compared to the surrounding skin. Any blood flow towards this area of your skin is, therefore, more visible than the rest of the skin and can be seen clearly under your eyes as dark patches, popularly known as <strong>Dark Circles.</strong>

The good news is that a little adaption in lifestyle can definitely reduce, if not totally eliminate dark circles from your life!

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<h2><strong>1. Sleep well:</strong></h2>
A good sleep pattern is often the best solution to numerous skin problems! Lack of sleep causes the complexion to appear pale, which makes the dark circles more obvious. To reduce the appearance of dark circles, make sure that you take at least seven to eight hours of sleep.


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<h2><strong>2. Elevate your head while sleeping:</strong></h2>
As you sleep, the water in your eyes deposits in the area surrounding them, causing the eyes to swell. The blood flow is also restricted and settles in the area under the eyes, making it look like dark patches. If you elevate your head while sleeping, blood will flow away from the head and eyes, thus reducing the swelling and dark patches.

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<h2><strong>3. Drink plenty of water:</strong></h2>
A healthy and good-looking skin calls for plenty of water intake. If you are dehydrated, your skin tends to get sallow, dull, and thin-looking. We highly recommend drinking at least eight cups of water every day.

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<h2><strong>4. Moisturize regularly:</strong></h2>
Regular use of a good-quality moisturizer keeps the skin hydrated. It plumps the skin, reducing the appearance of dark circles. For best results, make sure your skin is properly cleaned before moisturizing.

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<h2><strong>5. Use a cold compress:</strong></h2>
Applying a cold compress on your eyes tightens the blood vessels around the eyes which helps reduce their appearance at the skin's surface and lightens the area around the eyes. Along with eliminating dark circles, applying a cold compress also helps reduce swelling and puffiness. The best way to apply a cold compress is to put some ice cubes in a clean cloth and apply them to the eyes for at least ten minutes.

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<h2><strong>6. Reduce exposure to the sun:</strong></h2>
One of the major causes of dark circle formation and worsening of existing dark circles is exposure to sun rays. We strongly advise protecting the eyes from the sun as much as you can. The best way to do this is with sunglasses, SPF moisturizers, and sunblocks.

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