Never-ending work on the computer, sleepless nights and long online meetings may cause dark circles under your eyes. But it’s not hard to get rid of this problem.
Don’t compromise on your sleep
You can overcome dark circles problems under your eyes triggered by fatigue with a regular and quality sleep. If you can’t fall asleep with light, try using sleep goggles. However you should prefer cotton and soft ones, not nylon glasses that bothers your eyes. Remember, regular sleep is your strongest weapon against dark eye circles!
Take advantage of nature
You can prepare a special tea to make a compress for your tired eyes. You can brew chamomile and mint together and even add fennel tea to this mixture. After cooling this mixture in the fridge, put it on your eyes by some cotton or gauze. You will feel the calming effect of chamomile tea on your eyes. In addition, you can feel a similar effect with cold milk, hazelnut leaf tea, green tea. One of the solutions is to keep cucumbers and raw potatoes on your eyes. Do not forget to wash your eyes after all these procedures.
Say goodbye to hot water
If you wash your face with hot water, especially during the winter months, give up this habit. Hot water is the enemy of a tense face, and a friend of dark circles, bruises and puffiness!
Reduce intimacy with technology
Sitting in front of the computer and television for a long time and concentrating on one point all the time is a great evil to your eyes! Keep your distance from technology by going away from the computer every now and then rest your eyes. If your home window has a beautiful view, try to look as far as possible. If you have a view that sees the horizon line, you are very lucky.
Vitamin C revitalizes
Fruits and vegetables containing vitamin C support the under-eye tissues as it strengthens the vascular wall. Consume plenty of vitamin C for a healthier eye circles. For example, you can balance your blood sugar by eating orange or tangerine as a snack.