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Sunken Dark Circles Under Eyes: How to Get Rid of Them Naturally

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  • Sunken Dark Circles Under Eyes: How to Get Rid of Them Naturally

    Dark and sunken circles under the eyes are one of the most common aging-related complaints. Even young adults can struggle with undereye circles that just never seem to go away. While having dark rings under your eyes isn’t usually a health concern, it can affect appearance and might be a sign of genetic or lifestyle factors. Thankfully, there are some home and product remedies for getting rid of sunken dark circles under the eyes that we’ll cover below.

  • What causes dark circles or hollows under the eyes?

  • Sunken Dark Circles Under Eyes: How to Get Rid of Them Naturally

    Several factors can contribute to dark undereye circles, but the most common is usually lack of sleep. Even staying up a few hours later than your usual bedtime or getting up earlier than you’re used to can increase the appearance of undereye circles.

    Tiredness can lead to dull skin, making the blood vessels under your eyes more noticeable, as well as fluid buildup under your eyes. Dark circles could happen because of sunken skin under the eyes or puffy eyelids.

    Besides lack of sleep, other things that can cause dark circles include:

    • Poor quality sleep
    • Aging skin
    • Dehydration
    • Genetics
    • Sinus infections or allergies
    • Smoking
    • Weight loss
    • Poor nutrition
    • Crying
  • Often, sunken dark circles will get worse as we age and take on more stressors in our lives. But that doesn’t mean you have to accept undereye circles as a permanent state. Staying consistent with your skincare routine and following some of the tips below can help immensely.

    If you’re wondering where your undereye circles have come from, think about when you first noticed them. Have you always had some darkness or hollowness under your eyes, or has it become most noticeable lately? Has anything in your life changed drastically recently, or have things pretty much stayed the same?

    Identifying the possible cause of your circles can help you know where to start with remedying them.

  • Medical vs. natural treatment

  • Sunken Dark Circles Under Eyes: How to Get Rid of Them Naturally

    Cosmetic fillers and surgeries can sometimes help reduce the appearance of undereye circles, but there are risks involved. Cosmetic procedures for dark circles might include:

    • Dermal fillers
    • Laser treatments
    • Injections
    • Surgeries

    The skin under your eyes is delicate and sensitive, so invasive measures are not the first choice for many people.

    Surgery is usually considered when there are more significant face-related concerns, and fillers (which inject your skin with hyaluronic acid) come with a risk of side effects in such a delicate area.

  • More people are looking for non-invasive, at-home treatments for skin aging issues like undereye circles. With that in mind, here are some more natural ways to get rid of sunken dark undereye circles that work for many people.

  • How to get rid of sunken dark circles under your eyes

    Here are some things you can do at home to improve the appearance of undereye circles. Getting rid of this issue comes down to keeping the skin hydrated, getting enough rest, encouraging plumper, smoother skin, and using the proper anti-aging methods.

  • Sunken Dark Circles Under Eyes: How to Get Rid of Them Naturally

    Drink plenty of water

    When your skin is dehydrated, aging signs become more prominent. You can help your entire body stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water daily.

    Keep a reusable water bottle with you throughout the day, and set reminders to drink. Add squeezes of fresh fruit or flavored water drops to your bottle if you’re bored with plain water.

    Also, eat your fair share of hydrating foods like juicy fruits and vegetables. The natural water will help keep you hydrated while providing your body with essential vitamins and minerals that positively impact your skin.

  • Do what you can to get more/better sleep

    Do what you can to get more/better sleep

    Again, not getting proper sleep is often the number one reason for hollow dark circles under the eyes. If you struggle to get enough sleep, try going to bed a little earlier every night. Aim for 7-8 hours of sleep each night.

    Also, try to avoid using electronics an hour or two before going to bed. The artificial light tells your body that it’s still daytime, which can make it hard to fall asleep and get restful sleep throughout the night.

    The pillow or mattress you use, the temperature in your room, and what you’re thinking about before bed can also impact your sleep.

  • Keep your skin hydrated

    Keep your skin hydrated

    We already talked about drinking enough water to care for your skin. But your skin needs its own hydration, too.

    High-quality serums and creams keep your skin moisturized, plumped, and glowing while locking in hydration.

    Products like the Botalin Age Repair Eye Serum contain tiny hyaluronic acid molecules and adenosine (an anti-aging ingredient) to get moisture deep into the skin layers to plump under-eye hollows and smooth uneven textures or colors. The “before and after” picture and testimonials here speak for themselves.

    If you want to brighten and smooth out your skin’s appearance, serums are a must. Plus, unlike fillers and other invasive procedures, you’re naturally hydrating your delicate under-eye tissues from within.

    And, after applying a serum, don’t forget to lock in the goodness with a face cream.

    Botalin Age Repair Eye Serum
  • Mask it up

    Mask it up

    Teabags and cold compresses are popular for addressing dark circles at home. Some people will use sliced cucumbers over the eyes to soothe sunken circles.

    You’ve probably seen the TV shows or movies where girls at sleepovers apply face masks with cucumbers over their eyes. Raw potatoes are also common remedies for the under eyes because of their vitamins and enzymes.

    Wrinkle Away RED
  • Wrinkle Away RED Microcurrent Dual Eye Mask

    But today, evidence suggests that eye masks are the most effective option for calming undereye circles and dark spots. Eye masks contain hydrating ingredients and nutrients specifically for the skin under your eyes.

    The Wrinkle Away RED Microcurrent Dual Eye Mask uses FRANZ Skincare’s Tissue X® technology for an at-home facelift plus the “firming peptide” to hydrate and tighten under-eye skin.

    Overall, under-eye circles or sunken skin under the eyes are very common — but there are remedies. Try the tips above to address this problem area naturally and in the comfort of your own home!

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