These 5 foods will help you get rid of dark circles and puffy eyes These 5 foods will help you get rid of dark circles and puffy eyes

These 5 foods will help you get rid of dark circles and puffy eyes

Dark circles and puffy eyes can be caused by many factors such as being tired, anemia, allergies, and even sun exposure, but how can food help get rid of a tired look?

Dark circles can be biologically caused by genetics, hyperpigmentation, and aging –as we age the skin under our eyes becomes thinner and loses the fatty tissue that covers blood vessels, and they can also be caused by lifestyle causes such as lack of sleep, smoking, anemia or by stimulating melanin production due to sun exposure. 

While there are cosmetic solutions such as using cryo tools or concealing the area, what you eat can also play a role in making them look less apparent. 

These 5 foods will help you get rid of dark circles and puffy eyes

 These 5 foods will help you get rid of dark circles and puffy eyes

1. Tomato

They are packed with antioxidants and they are also packed with lycopene, the compound that gives tomatoes their red color. This compound helps protect blood vessels and stimulate blood circulation. Tomatoes also have a compound called quercetin that has anti-inflammatory properties –perfect to reduce puffy eyes. 

2. Berries

Blueberries and blackberries have anthocyanin, a compound present in berries that are black, purple and blue. Anthocyanin is perfect to improve blood flow and the supply of oxygen.

3. Cucumber

 Cucumbers are high in water and they help hydrate your under-eye area –this will make dark circles less apparent. 

Cucumbers are high in water and they help hydrate your under-eye area –this will make dark circles less apparent. They can also boost collagen production because of their silica compound. 

4. Sesame seeds

Sesame seeds contain lots of antioxidants that can relieve symptoms of fatigue.

5. Watermelon

Combine watermelon, cucumber, and tomatoes in a smoothie, and you are bound to get rid of dark circles and puffy eyes. Watermelon is highly hydrating and it also contains lycopene. 

Aniela Dybiec

Aniela is a writer who loves art, makeup, and magick. She is also an amateur illustrator, a wellness fan and a vegetarian.+ info

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