Beauty Enhancement-6 Recipes to Relieve Under-Eye Darkness

Published: 2015-09-15 4:00 PM | Yesgulf

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Dark circles is one of the most common skin problems among women. It takes away your beauty and makes you look tired, unhealthy and obviously unattractive. Certainly no woman specifically the young ones can ever welcome the shadows under eyes. Shadows only look appealing if appear on the eyes. Yeah! You got me, ladies love to apply eye-shadows but, on the other edge, the most disliked thing for them is occurrence of shadows under their eyes.

For fast reduction of skin’s discoloration under eyes, women attempt to use expensive beauty products. From my personal experience I can assure you that these products are not much appreciative for the time and money. The best approach to discard these dark circles is not to spend huge bucks on costly items but to improve your diet and nocturnal sleep.

However, alone, these two ideas would not alleviate those shadows. You also need to avail yourself of homemade beauty tips and remedies for optimum results.

Here are some very simple home-made recipes to put an end to dark circles and enhance your beauty.

1.Lemon Added Mint Leaves:

Now this is my personal favorite recipe. Lemon is my first love for the lemonade and second is its skin-lightening properties and perfect action on my oily skin.

Take half lemon and handful of fresh mint leaves. Crush the leaves until paste form appears and then add the squeezed lemon juice in it. Now apply this mixture under eyes and rinse with water after 10-15 minutes (time depends on your skin type).

Use this mix twice in a week and you will see an astonishing change in your beauty with lightened shadows under eyes.

2.Sap of Raw Potato:

This can also work for dark circles. It is a very simple and effective remedy. Just grate 1-2 potatoes (depends on size) and soak two cotton balls in this juice. Put these balls on your eyes all-covered including eyelids. Let the juice to sit for around 15 minutes and then wash with water.

The bleaching agents naturally found in raw potatoes will aid to reduce dark circles along with soothing the puffy eyes. Use this remedy for two weeks (1 or 2 times per day) and discoloration will eventually start to disappear.

3.Massage with Almond Oil:

Besides hair treatment, almond oil has also been proved to be the best remedy for dark circles. Before going to bed, just dip your finger-tips in almond oil and massage gently around your eyes for few minutes. Focus on lower area. I do it for 2-3 minutes.

Now, leave it like this and wash your face with cold/hand hot water in morning depending on the season you are living. Massage regularly and you will see the results within a week.

4.Orange Juice & Glycerin Mix:

This is another effective remedy for dark circles that my friend used and we both were amazed with the wonderful results.

Take two or three chunks of orange and squeeze their juice in a small cup. Add half tea spoon of glycerin and make a mixture. Apply it with the help of cotton balls. Rinse off with water after 15 to 20 minutes.

Apply this mixture once after two days and enjoy the real beauty of your eyes.

5.Goat Milk Amazingly Whitens:

Goat milk is the most wanted for dark circles. Take little amount of it and keep it in fridge until chilled. Soak cotton balls in it and put on your eyes before you sleep. Remove the balls after about 10 minutes. Massage softly around eyes for a minute and leave as it is for the whole night (wash in morning).

Add this practice in your routine for at least a month and it will surely show the real effects. This expedient method works equally good on any darken area of your body like the knees and elbows.

6.Tomato & Lemon Juice:

Make a mixture of one tomato and one tea spoon of lemon juice. Paste should be thick so it will stick around eyes. Place the mix around your eyes and let it sit until dry. It usually takes 30 minutes to dry and then wash your eyes with water.

Use it twice a week for one month and get rid of your oldest problem of dark circles.

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