How to Get Rid of Panda Eyes?

How to Get Rid of Panda Eyes?

Pandas may look extremely adorable with those black circled eyes, but we humans do not look anything closer with those eyes. It definitely makes us look unattractive.

These pandas like eyes are called by many names – panda eyes, eye rings, eye bags, raccoon eyes, etc. Having multiple cute names does not help much since dark circles under the eyes are the common beauty problems amongst women. Dark circles, fine lines, and wrinkles are always the worst nightmare any woman can have. But, remember you are not alone! Let us tell you a secret, even some of the most stunning women often have to resort to concealers and makeup to hide their dark circles.

Here are a few remedies for panda eyes:

  • Sleep

Lack of sleep is the most common cause of panda eyes. Many people tend to work until late hours, ultimately getting dark circles. Eyes are the most sensitive body part and demand proper care and treatment.

Making sleep a priority is usually the only treatment that is needed. However, to achieve this you may need to make some other lifestyle changes.

Make sure you switch off your electronic devices at least 15 minutes before going to bed. Instead of checking your email or scrolling through your social media right up until the last minute, give your eyes, brain a breather, and do not occupy your mind with anything. You need to be at your most comfortable state if you want to get more and good quality sleep. Comfortable blankets and pajamas will help add to the mood and will definitely increase the quality of your sleep.

  • Sunglasses

Remember to wear your sunglasses before you step out! Excessive sun exposure creates fine wrinkles around the eyes, which darkens the skin and casts those panda eye like circles. Sun exposure causes dark circles, most often due to fine wrinkles, which can give an impression of a skin-darkening effect. Sun protection is essential if you are often outdoor, whether you are at a beach resort or driving around all day. Apply sunblock gently under the eyes with your fingers.

A simple, but temporary remedy is cold press. Just chuck a spoon in the freezer for five minutes and then press it under your eyes. You will see an immediate change.

  • Massage

To get the blood circulation going under your eyes, soothe under eye area, and the capillaries, you must massage the area gently. Mix coconut and almond oil, and massage gently in circular motions around the eyes. Leave on for about an hour. This should be done daily.

You can also make the following eye mask that lightens dark circles if used regularly. My suggestion is that you make the mask and store it in the fridge. It will easily last up to a week without going bad.

Lastly, do not stress. Stress can induce lack of sleep and that starts the entire chakra of panda eyes. Thus, remember to keep smiling and be happy.

 

 

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