Humans are flawed beings. We know we should get in better shape, but that chocolate cookie looks delicious. We know we need to get up early, but there's only one episode left of the Netflix show we're watching. We know we should wear sunscreen every day, but we forget to bring the bottle with us to the beach.
That's life. But that doesn't mean we can't develop habits and best practices for mitigating the unavoidable consequences of a well-lived life. While you feel helpless, there are many things you can do to lighten those shadows and give your face a more refreshed and revitalized appearance.
Why do we get dark circles?
Skin naturally loses collagen and thins over time, so veins will inevitably begin to show through the thin skin around your eyes, regardless of the type of skin you have or the good habits you maintain. As we already know, sun exposure hastens the breakdown of collagen, so developing disciplined and consistent sunblock application habits at a young age is your best weapon against under-eye circles.
However, even the best habits cannot change your genes! Genetics is the most important factor in determining what kind of skin we will have and how we will look as we age. Dark under eye circles and under eye bags may be caused by ageing, sun exposure, or genetics. Sometimes it's just a simple allergy. Year-round allergies, such as those to dust or mould, or seasonal allergies, such as those many of us experience in the spring, cause the release of histamines, which cause an inflammatory response. This causes our blood vessels, including those under our eyes, to become inflamed and swollen.
How can potatoes contribute to saying goodbye to your dark circles?
Potatoes contain vitamin C, which is well-known for its skin-brightening properties. In addition, potatoes contain vitamin K, which is found in cucumber peels and is used to treat blood coagulation. This aids in the reduction of veinous, purple bruising in the under-eye area. Potatoes also contain vitamin B3, a deficiency of which causes dark circles, but this is more of a reason to eat potatoes, as it is well absorbed when consumed rather than applied topically.
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