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It's not so hard to say goodbye to the black eye circle

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Thu Dec 14, 2017 2:55 am      Reply with quote
Women are more and more easy to suffer from dark circle,which is due to their own habits. So, do you want to know how to say goodbye to dark circles? Actually, it is not as difficult as imagined.
Hot compress eyes
We can see that the dark circles are caused by melanin's calm and can not be discharged in time, so it can be applied in hot compress way, so that we can decompose melanin and relieve the symptoms of dark circles.
Use green tea
A girl who likes green tea can wipe her black eye after she has finished her green tea, which can also help to remove the black eye circles, so that tea can also be used after being finished.
Massage the eye
Massage is to promote blood circulation around the eyes, so that it can speed up the decomposition of melanin, thereby relieving the function of dark circles. When used in general massage, it can match the use of eye cream, so this effect will be better.
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Thu Dec 14, 2017 6:01 am      Reply with quote
I think there is a place for eyecare with massage but I don't think it can replace creams. You see for dry skinned gals like myself - you need an eyecream to keep the area moisturised. It doesn't matter how much I massage, that hydration is not going to happen automatically.

Re green tea though - I've heard people say its great combined with LEDs for dark circles. Its never something I've had to concern myself over though luckily.
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