The skin discoloration under the eyes affects almost everyone at some point or another. For some of us however, these “dark circles” are an almost constant discomfort. While these conditions are sometimes a symptom of other illnesses, the usual cause is allergies, tiredness, or, unfortunately, heredity. Whatever the cause, can reduce the appearance of, and in some cases it may be able to get rid of them completely. Use thin strips of potato slices. This is a very popular and easy way to cure bags to identify allergens.
Allergies can be the most common cause of skin discoloration under the eyes. If allergies are the root of your problem, simply treat them or remove the allergen (ie that to which you are allergic). The problems of seasonal allergies such as hay fever can often be effectively treated with over-the-counter and prescription drugs. For other allergies the best course of action is usually avoidance. If your dark circles or constant swelling, you may have undetected food allergy or an allergy to a chemical in your home or workplace. Talk to a dermatologist to help determine what you may be allergic. People with allergies also tend to be deficient in B6, folic acid and vitamin B12 on occasion. Take a multivitamin, if you have not already, you can help with your allergies as well as black circles.A common allergy causing dark circles is the gluten.
This is mainly an allergy to wheat flour. Worse, you might have celiac disease. To test for celiac disease, can get the blood test by your doctor. It is important to remember, however, you may be allergic to gluten, and not have celiac. Get enough sleep each night. It is not entirely clear why inadequate sleep results in dark circles under the eyes, but we’ve all seen it happen either to ourselves or someone we know. On the one hand, lack of sleep tends to cause the skin is lighter (which increases the appearance of darkness under the eyes), and reduces circulation.