One of the most common ailments that appear on our skin are dark circles. They cause us to look tired, but what provokes their appearance?
There is a difference between blue circles and brown circles
The skin under the eyes is extremely thin and delicate and this makes visible everything that happens in these areas of the face. The most common under-eye circles are blue and brown.
We usually notice them first after sleep. They are due to the collection in one place of blood that is poor in oxygen. While brown circles are due to pigmentation, sun exposure or rubbing the skin in these areas.
Diet and allergies
Lack of sleep is one of the most common causes of dark circles under the eyes. But sometimes this condition is due to the way we eat, especially after a sudden loss of body weight. It can also be the result of an allergic reaction of the body.
Also, as we age, these dark circles become more visible. The skin begins to lose its elasticity, subcutaneous fatty tissue. All this affects her he althy and fresh appearance.
What else can cause dark circles under the eyes?
- Atopic dermatitis (eczema)
- Contact dermatitis
- Hormonal Changes
- Exposure to low temperatures that causes capillaries to burst
- Bad habits
- Fatigue and others
How to help yourself with dark circles?
Make a mask with cucumber circles. Their freshness and the vitamin C they contain will help restore the skin's radiance.
Raw potatoes are also a good solution. Cut them into circles and apply them again as a natural compress. They are rich in an enzyme that has a whitening effect.
Green tea bags – Many eye creams contain caffeine. Green tea also contains caffeine. Boil 2 sachets, let them cool and then apply them as a compress.
If these tips don't help, consult a professional.