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    Most common causes of dark circles :

    Heredity: Dark circles under the eyes can be an inherited trait. If you have dark circles, then it is likely that other members of your family have dark circles too. The skin under the eye is very thin. When blood flows through veins close to surface of the skin it can produce a bluish tint. If your skin is transparent then the darker the circles will be. Transparent skin is also a inherited trait.
    Exposure to Sun: Exposure to sun especially during the summer months can make the skin under the eyes look darker. This is true for dark skinned people as well. Suntans are caused by an increase in the natural pigmentation of the skin, as a result of exposure to the sun. This increase in pigmentation is drawn to the surface. This applies to the skin under the eyes as well.
    Allergies and Eczema: Any infection of the eye that leads to itching can contribute to dark circles as rubbing and scratching the eyes darkens the skin. People who suffer from hay fever will notice that dark circles appear when the allergy is at its height. Certain food allergies can cause dark circles too.
    Nutrition: An improper diet, an unbalanced diet or lack of a nutritious diet can cause dark circles under the eye.
    Tiredness and Lack of Sleep: A lack of sleep or excessive tiredness can cause the skin under the eyes to become pale, thus, making the blood flowing under it visible.
    Pregnancy and Menstruation: During pregnancy and menstruation the skin becomes pale and the veins under the skin become visible.
    Age: As you grow older there are greater chances that you will have dark circles and they may become more prominent and permanent. If there are too many folds in the skin under the eyes, it will make the dark circles more prominent.


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    I'm not sure about any products but the best thing I find is to cut thin slices of cucumber and pop them into the freezer for a few minutes. Cold tea bags help the puffiness. Hope that helps.

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    The best way to get rid of dark circles is by going for a good deep sleep. You can mix a few drops of essential oil with carrier oils and apply it to your skin regularly. Oils like rose, sandalwood along with almond oil is a great combination to treat dark circles. This will also help you to reduce wrinkles.

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    There are many reasons for dark circles. First of all lack of sleep, second stress, and internal weaknesses are also reasons for dark circles.

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    Hi,I have the same problem as you have.Try to sleep full time as much as you can and try garnier eye circle product.

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    True, Cucumber works great to remove under eye circles ... so does raw milk and almond oil or almond milk.

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    Got mine also because of stress and lack of sleep. It is horrible and I have to wear the best concealer there is just to hide them. Is there any way to get rid of them.

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    Definitely, stress also cause dark circles. There are many other factors that cause darkness:

    Genetics
    Lack of sleep
    Poor nutrition
    Hormonal changes
    Dehydration

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    Yes this could be one of the reason,But I have seen people those are from a particular geographical area and have this kind of problem. So climate may be one of the reason for dark eye circles.

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    Dark circles occur due to several factors: Genetics, dehydration, improper diet, sunlight exposure. Wrap ice cubes in a wash cloth and put it over your eyes for 15 minutes twice daily. You will start feel the difference in couple of days. Eat healthy diet to get rid of dark circles quickly.


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