I don’t know if you guys have this problem, but I have been taking so many accidental naps during this circuit breaker period, my body clock is totally out of funk.

A nap does not equate to a good 8 hours of sleep, and with so much idling around the house (after working from home of course, come on), I just have too much energy left to sleep at night.

The result of staying up all night and taking 2 hour naps in the day once or twice: I now look like the panda that just escaped from the zoo.

And with the rate I’m snacking and eating, I’d very soon have the waistline to match it too.


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Dark Eye Circles: The Breakdown

When someone is deprived of sleep, their body does not have the adequate amount of time to recover from the exertions of the day. In this instance, the exertions being the ‘accidental nap’ I’ve been taking in the day.

This lack of recovery time causes the skin to become dull and pale. Darker colored tissues and blood vessels start to become more pronounced in appearance in contrast to the dull and pale skin…thus forming dark eye circles.

The lack of sleep might also cause a buildup of fluid beneath the eyes, making them look puffy. These are the eyebags that accompany the dark eye circles.

Other than fatigue being the leading cause for dark eye circles, genetic predisposition can also be another reason why you resemble a panda bear. Some people are just more prone to hyperpigmentation because it runs in the family.

There are a host of other factors that might cause dark eye circles. Overexposure to the sun, dehydration, age, and excessive straining of the eyes can also lead to dark eye circles.

Another bleak statistic about dark eye circles is that they could be a sign of underlying liver dysfunction and other various liver ailments. If the fixes I’m about to introduce to you do not work and the dark eye circles still linger, a visit to the doctor might be in order.


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Dark Eye Circles/Eye Bags: The Remedies

Every problem has a solution. And lucky for you, I have curated a variety of solutions, home-made and otherwise, that might help you to eradicate dark eye circles once and for all. Let’s get right to it then!

Apply a cold compress.

Wrapping a few cubes of ice in a clean washcloth and applying it to your eyes might actually help to reduce the puffiness of your eyes and shrink dilated blood vessels. A good 20 minutes of this before you head out might soften the harshness of your dark eye circles. Throw on some makeup after, and you’re good to go.

Que serum serum.

A potent eye serum like the Liquid Gold Eye Illuminating Serum applied around the eyes before bed or in the morning when you wake, could do wonders to prevent dark eye circles from rearing their ugly head. Specially formulated to fight the major signs of again under and around the eyes, this serum not only helps to brighten the area around your eyes, it tightens the skin around it too.

Elevate to alleviate.

Sometimes it really isn’t about how much you sleep, it’s about how you sleep. Prop your head up with an extra pillow to prevent fluid from pooling under your eyes, which can lead to eye bags and dark eye circles.

Sweeter Dreams.

Another product that can make your sweet dreams sweeter comes in the form of Dream Cream, an innovative product that you can you before you sleep, or after you wake – or both. This eye repair cream contains the lethal combination of Vitamin A and Co-enzyme Q10 to battle puffiness, wrinkles and dark all circles, all in one fell swoop.


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