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keisy_castillo11 asked:

02 Jul 2010

I'm 11 turning 12 and I hate my bags under my eyes!! How can I cure it? It is so annoying.

That's the only thing I hate about my face!! Please help me.



nana_0601 says:

Posted on 02 Jul 2010

alrighty then, top priority should be getting enough sleep. If it's not genetics, then sleeping 8-10 hours should be enough to fix them up. If there's still a bit of puffiness / bags, you can make a cucumber mask or use heated teabags or cool spoons placed over your eyes for 5 minutes so that it can go down, after that i'd invest in a daily eye cream, or eye bag cream specifically hmm can't remember the name one girl used in her youtube video >.< but yea those should help loads.


dinosaurslykktechno says:

Posted on 03 Jul 2010

put concealer on/get more sleep!haha


gabii_berta_111 says:

Posted on 03 Jul 2010

Go to a pharmacy.. And you can get stuff that you just roll under your eyes before bed.. Works like a charm :)


mrcare says:

Posted on 03 Jul 2010

I used to have bags when I was little because I didn't breath well and partly did it with my mouth for like...8 years lol. So sleep and be sure your skin is always oxygenated.


fathima says:

Posted on 03 Jul 2010

first of all you should hav enough sleep. and sometimes lack of nutritious food also brings us this problem. you can also try this.Powdered fenugreek and milk are said to tackle dark circles. Apply a paste of fenugreek mixed in milk on dark circles in the night. Wash off in the morning and watch dark circles vanish for good


claire87john says:

Posted on 25 Apr 2013

Get enough sleep. Sound sleeping is an inexpensive, easy way to help minimise dark under-eye circles, no matter what the cause. Sleep not only helps keep eyes bright, it also aids your body in repairing cell damage to your skin.

Reduce alcohol and caffeine. Though they may perk you up in the short term, caffeine and alcohol don't do the same for your skin. They can cause mild dehydration, making dark circles more obvious.

Consider skin lighteners. However the British Skin Foundation cautions that many skin-lightening creams contain illegal compounds that can damage your health. To help reputable skin-lightening products work their best, avoid the sun and use sunscreen daily.

Check out injectable fillers. A dermatologist or cosmetic skin doctor may administer these if your dark eye circles are due to broken blood vessels.. Fillers can also help if fat loss is the cause of hollows or shadowing under the eyes.

Look into laser treatments and vitamin K. Laser treatments may reduce the appearance of dark circles due to broken blood vessels. Skin care products containing vitamin K may also help.

Go a shade lighter in your concealer. A concealer one shade lighter than your skin tone can help disguise under-eye circles. A concealer with an SPF of 15 or higher provides double benefits. If your skin tends to be oily or acne-prone, use an oil-free concealer.

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