How to get rid of Dark Circles?

How to get rid of Dark Circles?

Are you tired of using a concealer to cover up your dark circles? It’s time you give these home remedies a try to get rid of those annoying circles for good!

Almond Oil

Rich in healthy nutrients, almond oil works well to lighten dark circles and to reduce the under-eye bags. By applying sweet almond oil every night before going to bed, you should be able to see the results in about two weeks.

almond oil skincare anti-aging product for dark circles

Another option is to combine almond oil with vitamin E oil and massage it gently into the skin around your eyes. Leave it overnight. Wash it off the next morning with cold water for the best results.   


Cucumber might work well in the kitchen but a lot of people question its effectiveness when it comes to getting rid of dark circles. What’s our verdict on the matter? It works! But you have to be consistent.

cucumber is a natural skincare remedy for dark circles and aging skin

The skin lightening properties of cucumber enable it to work on your dark circles. Furthermore, its mild astringent properties soothe your eyes to reduce the puffiness. To see noticeable results, cut slices of fresh cucumber and cool it in the fridge before placing them on your dark circles for about 10 minutes. Repeat the process twice, for at least a week.

Rose Water

Rosewater possesses some amazing skincare properties which help in not only lightening the dark circles but also works to relieve puffy eyes and reduce wrinkles around the eyes area. It hydrates the skin to restore its balance, consequently eliminating dark pigmentation to lighten the dark circles.

Rose Water anti-aging solutions against dark circles. natural remedies


The best method to use rose water for treating a dark circle is by soaking cotton eye pads before placing the soaked pads on your eyes for about 10 minutes. To see fast results, follow this remedy twice a day.

So, are you ready to ditch your concealer and get rid of those dark circles once and for all?


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