Got Dark Circles Under Your Eyes? Here’s Some Help

Skin Care Tip: Of all the skin conditions that one looks to improve, reducing dark under eye circles is probably the toughest. Why? Because there isn’t a real cure since it is so closely linked to genetics.

-Get plenty of sleep. Getting 7-8 hours of sleep can help reduce the appearance of dark circles because excessive tiredness can cause the skin paleness, making the bluish veins under the skin more noticeable.

Use topical Vitamin C. When used in an eye cream, this ingredient has been to shown to assist with capillary repair to constrict blood vessels under the eyes making dark circles appear less noticeable. Our clients have had great results with our Vitamin C Eye Brightener.

Massage the eye area. When applying eye cream, use circular motions to stimulate stagnant blood flow that can contribute to darkness. Over time, it may help to make the area appear lighter.

-Use a good concealer. The guaranteed way to make dark circles less noticeable is to use a concealer matched to your skin color…

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