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How Do I Get Rid of The Indented Lines Under My Eyes?

  • LiveFreeForever
  • USA
  • 1 year ago

  I have always had an indented line under each eye so perhaps I was born with them and they hereditary? I am not sure.  Some call these lines dark circles, some may call them bags but recently I read that some say the correct terms are the "hollow eyes" or "sunken eyes."  So my question is, what causes them and how do I get rid of them? Thank you.

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The Dark circles or the hollow eyes can be caused due tiredness, stress, fatigue, stomach problems, bad eating habits, tension, weakness and aging. Getting a good sleep can be helpful to get rid of the hollow eyes. There are various creams available in the market to get rid of these. Home remedies can also be used to reduce these problems. Rose water, cucumber soothes the eyes and removes the dark circle. Cold and warm tea bags are also good. Olive oil and almond oils do wonders too, when applied in the affected area. Applying honey and lemon juice can also be helpful. Intake of coffee or tea can be reduced. Drinking plenty of water is helpful. Cosmetic treatments and chemical treatment can also be taken to get rid of this. Application of sunscreen will help in stopping further damage of the skin. Few exercises for the eyes are available to soothe and relax the eyes. Thus these methods can be followed or a dermatologist can be consulted for further results. For more info or to have the best products must visit- http://www.pleasingcare.com/
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Tiredness, sun exposure and hyper pigmentation are just three causes of under eye shadows. The delicate skin loses its brightness, appears dull, uneven and fine lines begin to show with age. I advise you to use Fade Out ANTI-SHADOW BRIGHTENING EYE CREAM for more info please visit :http://www.dark-spot-remover.com/
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Maybe you are predisposed to that facial feature - but I was wondering if it is enhanced by stress, lack of sleep, poor nutrition, reading too much, or too much internet/computer/electronics activities. Just makes me wonder about that. I know that the skin absorbs like a sponge and is nourished from within as Harryaugustine mentioned. I personally have found an all natural serum that I use around my eyes (not my eye lids). My husband uses this serum too and in 3 weeks has found excellent results.
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Thanks for sharing the details of your experience with us. That makes me feel sooooo much better.
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Have you tried this new product called L'dara?
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I have found that the natural approach works best. Consuming more greens and making your own natural products to help remove them.
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