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Hannah Pryor




24 Sep 1992


Hey I'm Hannah! I'm a 19 year old college student. :)

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hannah924 asked:

07 Oct 2010

Can this even be helped?

I have the worse under eye circles I have ever seen (Except for my little sister). But I've been looking all over the internet for creams to help and I've heard a lot about collagen, vitamin k, and retinol. But every one of them are super expensive or just don't work. (According to the reviews). I found one that's $100 that seems to work best for most people but a person said that if it's hereditary expect little to no results. So I'm just asking do you guys think my dark circles and puffiness can ever be helped? Here's a picture of my face without makeup on. Oh, and also, please don't tell me makeup tips. I already know how to conceal them pretty, but the puffiness can't go away from that. Here's a picture with makeup on:




fathima says:

Posted on 08 Oct 2010

-Freeze a couple of spoons over night. In the morning rest them on your eyes until they are not cold any longer. If you make an effort to do this every morning you will see a big difference in about two weeks.

- Soak two cucumbers in lemon juice for 3-5 minutes. To help get rid of dark circles and puffiness place cucumbers on your eyes for about 10-15 minutes

- Place cotton balls soaked in milk under your eyes for a few minutes. The lactic acid in the milk helps reduce puffiness and darkness.


mistress1209 says:

Posted on 08 Oct 2010

they're not that bad, really. although i notice that the skin under your eyes is extra thin. I would avoid rubbing and tugging it since it's very sensitive. also, not too much sodium (salt) in your diet because it causes bloating. Sorry to say but most eye creams are pretty expensive. Perhaps those cooling eye pads that can be bought at beauty supplies stores will work for you. just have them on while you sleep, or maybe for even just minutes before you doze off.


sena95 says:

Posted on 07 Oct 2010

Try one home remedy at a time to get rid of the dark circles:

Drink at least ten glasses of water everyday.

Take all precautions to avoid strain on the eyes.

Eight hours of sleep is a must for all of us, specially for people having dark circles under their eyes.

Do not leave cream on the skin around the eyes for long periods. Remove the cream applied around the eye after 10 min. No cream should be left on the skin around the eyes for long periods.

Close your eyes and cover eyelids with slices of raw potato or cucumber for 15-20 minutes. Wash with warm water and apply a cream.

Make a 1:1 mixture of fresh potato and cucumber juices. Soak some cotton and put on your eyelids and keep for 20 minutes. Wash your eyes with cold water.

Apply a mixture of lemon and tomato juice (equal parts) on the dark circles 2 times a day.

Apply a paste of turmeric powder with pineapple juice for dark circles under the eyes.

Crush some mint and apply it around the eye.

Massage with almond oil under and around eyes at bed time daily for 2 weeks and see the improvement. Almond is very good skin food and helps to remove dark circles.

Rub the area with a powdered Vitamin E capsule and wipe off with a mixture of honey and egg white. This will reduce darkness around the eye.

Put hot and cold clothes alternatively under eyes for 10 minutes. Then apply some almond oil on the dark surface before going to bed.

The acupressure point for eyes is on the mount below the index finger of your palms. Pressing this mount may help.

Puffiness of Eyes Remedy:

Raise the head of your bed at night. This helps prevent fluids from accumulating around your eyes as you sleep.

Place a bag of frozen vegetables in a thin cloth over closed eyes for 10-15 minutes. and keep your head upright.

Tie some potato grates in a cloth and place over eyes for about 15-20 minutes.

Place chilled cucumber slices or damp tea bags over eyes for about 20 minutes.

Place damp tea bags over eyes for about 20 minutes. Chamomile tea is better because it has anti-inflammatory properties that will help reduce the puff.

Apply vitamin E or olive oil.

Practice the exercise for eye puffiness daily.

Apply a 1:1 mixture of cucumber juice and lemon juice for 10-15 minutes.

Apply a cool tap water compress to the skin under your eyes for about 15 minutes.

For better Vision:

Eat vegetables and fruits rich in vitamin A.

Immerse carrot in hot water and leave for a few minutes. Drink the liquid 3 times a day before meals.

Dip cotton balls in rose water or cold water and keep under the eyes for 10 minutes.

Try placing cooled chamomile tea bags over and around the eyes.


barbipixi says:

Posted on 08 Oct 2010

they really don't look that bad.

i would just put on a lil foundation around my eyes in the morning and some tan shadow.

i had a friend in school that looke like a raccoon so youre not that bad at all

i hear putting vitamin K under your eyes can help the blood from leaking out under your eyes


hannah924 says:

Posted on 08 Oct 2010

Yeah but idk where to find it. I looked online and all I could find were expensive creams for old ladies.

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