How to naturally reduce dark circles is one of the most common concerns today.
The reason is that the dark circles are unsightly and one of the features of the face that most betray the feeling of tiredness, illness or sadness.
Causes of the appearance of dark circles
How can I naturally remove dark circles?
Treatment to naturally reduce dark circles will depend on each case and the reasons for its occurrence.
There are natural remedies to help reduce them:
– Apply cold to the area of the eye hole, either with ice cubes or with wipes moistened in water.
–Sleeping 7 or 8 hours a day helps to avoid the appearance of dark circles.
–Applying cold tea bags to the eyes for 10 minutes can help stimulate blood circulation and reduce fluid retention under the skin. Tea contains caffeine and antioxidants, which are very good allies to fight dark circles.
–Avoid excessive sun exposure to decrease pigmentation in the area.
-To lead a healthy lifestyle with exercise and varied diet.
Treatment for reduce dark circles
In short reducing or eliminating dark circles naturally is not an easy task and takes time. Still, there are treatments that can act directly on the area to get a higher result.
The high content of antioxidants and vitamin C in the Biomimetic Pbt Revitalizing Eye Contour slows down the action of free radicals in the area of the eyelet.
The Biomimetic PBT global eye contour contains retinol. Retinol is a derivative of vitamin A, which is used to give the skin a healthier look. It is very good for improving pigmentation from under the eyes, increases collagen and reconstructs thin skin. In addition, retinol exerts a powerful tensile action that fights against flaccidity and decreases the formation of wrinkles and improves the hydration and elasticity of the stratum corneum.
Both treatments have a high hydration component thanks to crosspolymer, or cross polymer, which is the base and vehicle of both eye contours. The crosspolymer is composed of powerful moisturizing active ingredients that blend perfectly with the skin tissue. This prevents dehydration and keeps the eye contour area hydrated.
Dark circles are often a temporary symptom of signs of sleep or aging. If they get worse over time, we recommend you schedule an appointment with your doctor to better diagnose the problem reduce