Eye serums are an integral part of the everyday skincare routine.
Choosing an eye serum that addresses your particular needs is crucial. Puffiness, darkness, hollowness, wrinkles, and skin laxity are problems around the eye.
- 1 cup of ground coffee (helps to boost blood circulation to help puffiness)
- Sweet almond oil (hydrates the under-eye area)
- 1 tablespoon Rose Oil (a powerful anti-oxidant, fight wrinkles)
- Mesh strainer or cheesecloth
- Pour ground coffee into a glass jar, and in it add enough sweet almond oil so that the coffee is completely covered.
- Now, add rose oil into the mixture and stir well to combine.
- Cover the container with a lid and allow the mixture to rest for a week or so.
- After a week, strain the coffee-infused oil using a cheesecloth/mesh strainer and store the serum in a dark bottle.
- All you need to do is take 2 drops of this serum and gently tap it under the eye region 30 minutes before selling.
- For best results, use it during both day and night time.
Rose oil calms the skin and further minimizes irritation and inflammation.
You should apply it to your eye cream.
Rose oil is used in skincare like creams, lotions, soaps, and natural perfumes and is derived from rose petals.
In coffee, caffeine can tighten the skin, smooth puffiness, combat free radicals, and reduce darkness and wrinkles around the eyes under-eye circles.
There are anti-inflammatory properties of coffee grinds that can help minimize redness and tighten your skin.
There is vitamin E in almond oil, which helps improve blood flow and decrease dilated blood vessels that make the eyes look darker.
It also includes compounds such as phytosterols and niacinamide, both of which help to brighten the skin naturally and can also help stimulate the development of collagen, helping to cope with wrinkles and crow’s feet.
And that’s not all; it has anti-inflammatory properties to help reduce any swelling in the morning.
- Applying cold compresses can help people with increased vasculature under their eyes. The blood vessels around the eyes can be constricted by cold compresses, which can minimize their presence on the surface of the skin.
- Compresses can also minimize eye swelling and reduce the dark color around the eyes.
- For five minutes, place 2 spoons and keep in the deep fridge and keep it over each eye one by one.
- Take a potato and squeeze the juice and mix it with a teaspoon of raw honey and two teaspoons of lemon juice.
- Try our easiest teabag trick, but allow the bags to stay for 15 minutes in the freezer and keep them in your eyes for at least 10 minutes.
- By shielding the skin from the sunlight, people can minimize dark eye circles.
Ultraviolet radiation can deepen dark eye circles.
Sunscreen protection, sunglasses, and hats will shield your skin from the sun and prevent dark eye circles from worsening.
- Blood vessels or vasculature around their eyes may have increased in people who have dark skin under their eyes in the morning that disappears slightly during the day.
The darker color skin around the eyes can also be the result of swelling/puffiness.
By elevating the head during sleep(by pillows), blood will travel down from the face and head and may reduce swelling and lessen the dark color under the eyes.