Potatoes are a great source of lots of vitamin C, which is good for collagen synthesis, among other things, to promote healthier, younger-looking skin. To harness the power of vitamin C to treat dark circles under-eye bags, grate your potatoes. Extract the juice from the potato and soak cotton pads in the juice to remove makeup. After around 10 minutes, place the pads over your eyes and rinse with warm water.
2. Cold Milk
Dairy products such as milk are a good source of vitamin A, which contains retinoids that are good for keeping skin glowing and youthful. To reap the benefits of vitamin A in milk, soak a cotton pad in a bowl of cold milk for a while. Using a pad, apply the milk in the bag under the eyes and leave it on for about 10 minutes twice a day. Rinse with warm water.
3. Orange Juice
Since orange juice is high in vitamins A and C, it helps to get rid of dark circles under the eyes. Add a few drops of glycerin to orange juice, then wet a cotton pad and apply to the skin under the eyes. You will benefit from the benefits of orange vitamins as well as the natural shine glycerin gives your skin.
4. Oil With Vitamin E
Vitamin E helps fight the effects of free radicals that cause signs of aging such as wrinkles. Before going to bed at night, apply a drop of oil (a little goes a long way) to dark circles under the eyes and gently massage into the skin. Leave on the skin overnight and wash off with warm water in the morning.
5. Coconut Oil
As a powerful natural and mild anti-inflammatory oil, coconut oil is an effective method for lightening under-eye circles. It also hydrates while brightening to prevent wrinkles and fine lines under the eyes. Use coconut oil as a vitamin E oil: rub it under your eyes, leave it on overnight, then wash it off in the morning.
As another powerful natural antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effect, turmeric reduces dark circles under the eyes. Mix some turmeric with pineapple juice to make a thick paste. Apply this mixture to your under-eye circles and leave it on for about 10 minutes before using a soft, warm, damp cloth to gently remove the paste. Practice this routine once a day.
7. Eat More Dark Chocolate
Here’s your excuse to indulge: Flavonol-rich foods like dark chocolate protect against the damaging effects of UV rays, thus slowing the aging process caused by too much time in the sun—a nice little truth after spending so much time in the sun. chocolate is bad. for our skin!