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I have dark circles despite of sufficient sleep, blood and no stress. How can I get rid of it? And what may be it's causes?

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I have dark circles despite of sufficient sleep, blood an...
Dark circles can be due to hereditary, oversleeping, nasal congestion, Excessive smoking or drinking can contribute to under-eye circles, excess exposure to sun, age,skin pigmentation and many others. It can also be due to hypothyroidism, liver disease and other. You can reduce them by: 1) avoid excess exposure to sunlight 2) mix one teaspoon of tomato juice with a teaspoon of lemon juice and apply it under your eyes. Let it remain for about 10 minutes and then, wash it off with water. Repeat this remedy at least twice a day. On a daily basis you can also drink tomato juice mixed with some lemon juice and mint leaves in order to get rid of dark circles. 2) take a cotton ball and soak it in the potato juice. Close your eyes and place these cotton balls on your eyes. Make sure they cover the entire area of the dark circles under your eyes as well as the eyelids. Leave it on for 10 minutes and wash off with cold water. 3) Yoga and meditation if practiced regularly will not only decrease your dark circles will also balance the body clock whilst calming your mind, body and soul. 4) Rose water helps in rejuvenating skin and is well known for its beauty qualities. It can also be used to get rid of dark circles fast. Just soak cotton balls in rose water and place them on the dark circles. Leave for 15 minutes and wash with cold water later. Repeat every night for a month for best results. You can also opt for laser therapy for the same. Consult a dermatologist to rule out for any underlying pathology.
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