Dark circles are one of the most common skin conditions among people from all over the world, and they are usually the result of lack of sleep, fatigue, stress and other health conditions. There are a number of commercial products and cosmetics which claim to help you remove these dark circles, but most of the products are loaded with chemicals and rarely work. That is why in this article, we are going to present you some of the best natural alternative solutions for treating this condition.

The best thing about these remedies is that they are natural and have no side-effects.

  1. Sweet potato

Potato starch has been known for its bleaching properties and ability to fight inflammation while at the same time moisturizes the skin. Just put potato slices 1.5 cm thick in the fridge for 10 minutes before applying them on the affected area.

  1. Cucumbers

Cut cucumber slices 0.5 cm thick before placing them on your eyes and dark circles or eye bags. Keep them while they are cold and as soon as they get warm replace them with other slices.

  1. Green tea

Green tea does wonder when it comes to preventing fluid retention, so drink two cups of green tea a day – one in the morning and one at night.

  1. With cow or goat’s milk

Make sure the milk is cold before starting the treatment. Take two cotton balls, soak them in the cold milk and place them directly on the dark spots or eye bags. Let them sit for 15 minutes before rinsing everything off with cold water.

  1. With apples

Apples can efficiently relax the muscles, so if you’re tense and tired after a long hard day, place one apple in the fridge and when it s cold mix it with a teaspoon of oats until you end up with a thick paste. Use the paste as a face mask and let it sit for 15 minutes before rinsing everything off with cold water.

Additional tips:

  • If you’re prone to dark spots, spend more time resting and sleeping, as fatigue is one of the number one causes that results in this symptom.
  • Avoid physical inactivity and excessive consumption of salt.
  • Drink two liters of water a day, because a properly-hydrated body easily releases toxins.
  • Consume diuretic foods such as green tea, asparagus and others.
  • Use moisturizers.
  • Avoid rubbing your eyes.



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