|Natural darkness can be improved, if you know where to start.|
Under eye darkness really can be depressing when you look at yourself in the mirror. Though you can’t prevent the hand that heredity may have dealt you with how your body reacts to allergens, stress, or even processes the nutrients from foods you eat for playing a part in developing dark circles, there is another solution besides concealers and eye creams with vitamin K or caffeine to free up that trapped blood lurking beneath.
Instead of just working on the outside to mask the problem, you might want to try working on the inside as well. What I suggest is to supply the body with plenty of the nutrients it needs to strengthen blood vessel walls from leaking to that delicate eye area through eating more antioxidant rich foods.
Berries such as blueberries, cranberries, strawberries, and blackberries are excellent sources. Pomegranates, dark varieties of grapes, pecans, almonds, legumes, sweet potatoes, dark green vegetables, and parsley are just some others that can help build up the structure of blood vessel tissue.
Drinking more water to flush out toxins and keeping the blood circulating more freely also does seem to help.
My allergic shiners are still there, but I am noticing my under eye area has brightened somewhat since starting this. Mary is happier that I now added more antioxidants to my day with the improvement I have had so far. Try it yourself and hopefully, your own under eye darkness brightens up your look and mood as it is doing for me!