Sunday, August 18, 2013

12 DIY Eye Masks for Dark Circles and Under Eye Bags

Hey Beauties! So I thought I would share with you guys some DIY tips and tricks you can use to get rid of your dark under eye circles and under eye bags. So, let's get started!

Masks are really helpful to reduce puffiness and remove dark circles. Normal facial masks should not be applied around the eyes. Be very careful with what you apply on the skin around your eyes because this part is very sensitive and inappropriate substances can be very harmful. Here are some of the best homemade eye masks to treat this frustrating beauty problem that appears right when you want to look your best. Also, these homemade masks would give you the most natural look you need.

Homemade DIY eye masks to remove dark circles and bags under eyes

1. Coconut Oil Mask
Coconut oil is very beneficial and effective to remove dark circles and puffy eye bags. Massage a few drops of coconut oil around the eyes to get rid of dark circles and bags under eyes. You may have to do this home remedy every day to reduce dark circles and swelling under eyes.

2. Almond Oil Mask
Almond oil is a beautiful hydrator for your skin. Almond oil helps to fade away dark circles and reduce the appearance of crow-feet wrinkles. A mixture of honey and almond oil applied each night can help to get rid of dark eye circles and bags under the eyes.

3. Cucumber Eye Mask
Cucumber is one of the best skin lightening agents and it helps in removing dark circles naturally. Cucumbers are also popular for reducing puffy eyes and eye bags. Just slice cucumber and make it as an eye - patch. This helps lighten the dark circles. Your eyes will feel cool and puffy bags under eyes will go away. Cucumber contains high amounts of ascorbic acid and caffeic acid, which is great in minimizing puffy eye bags.

4. Potato Eye Mask
Putting potatoes on your eyes is one of the best DIY remedies to reduce eye bags and dark circles under eyes. Take a piece of potato and apply to the eyelids for 15-20 minutes. Potatoes have a cooling effect and can actually lighten dark under-eye circles. This homemade remedy is useful to get rid of eye bags and puffiness, because potatoes have astringent properties that can help reduce water retention around eyes. Mixing potato juice with cucumber juice in equal quantities also helps to reduce puffy bags under eyes along with black circles.

5. Powder Milk Mask
Take 1 teaspoon of powder milk and mix it with 1 teaspoon of honey to create an easy to apply eye mask. Apply the mask to under-eye discoloration and allow it to dry for 15-20 minutes. This DIY homemade remedy is best for reducing under eye black marks and puffy eye bags.

6. Tea Bags as Eye Mask
Tea bags such as green tea and black tea, and herbal teas, such as chamomile are a great way to treat dark circles around your eyes and to reduce puffy eye bags. What you can do is to put some used tea bags in the refrigerator for 5 to 10 minutes. Then damp the tea bag over your eyes for 10-15 minutes. This is one of the best homemade remedies that will reduce the swelling under the baggy eyes and also restore dark discoloration under the eyes.

7. Almond Mask for Eyes
Almond eye mask is one of the best homemade masks for preventing puffy eyes and dark circles. Make a paste by mixing crushed almonds and a few drops of milk. Apply this mixture under the eyes every morning, for 10 minutes. Wash off with water. You can use this mask on a regular basis to lighten dark skin under the eyes effectively.

8. Egg White Masks
Use an egg white mask for reducing black spots or circles under your eyes. Egg whites will tighten the pores of your eyes as well as reduce the puffiness under eyes. You can beat one egg white until hard and then apply it under your eyes. Egg white mask should go stiff within 15 minutes, and then rinse it off with warm water. This DIY home remedy will reduce inflammation and also improves the circulation around the eye area.

9. Tomato Juice Mask
For removing eye bags and dark circles under eyes, make a paste from 1 teaspoon of tomato juice, 1/2 teaspoon of lemon juice, and a pinch of gram flour. Apply the mixture generously to your black bags under eyes. Let the mask sit for 20 minutes before rinsing off with lukewarm water.

10. Pineapple Mask
Another effective homemade mask for dark bags under eyes can be prepared by using natural skin care ingredients such as turmeric powder and pineapple juice. Mix the ingredients and apply on your dark eye circles. Leave the mask on for 30 minutes under your eyes every day for 2 weeks. This is a simple DIY homemade mask for getting rid of dark circles and bags underneath your eyes.

11. Cottage Cheese Mask
Cottage cheese mask is one of the most effective and famous DIY remedies to reduce dark circles and swelling under eyes. Wrap some cottage cheese into the piece of bandage and put onto the eyes area for 15 minutes. If used regularly, this eye mask can successfully rid you of dark circles and puffy bags around the eyes.

12. Parsley Eye Mask
Applying a natural mask prepared from parsley leaves helps get rid of eye bags, puffiness, dark shadows, and circles naturally. Parsley is well known for its skin lightening properties that can help reduce the appearance of dark spots and discolored skin under eyes. To lighten under eye circles, reduce puffiness, and nourish dry skin while age, make an eye mask from the leaves of parsley and sour cream. Apply the eye mask on your dark circles and bags and when it dries out; rub your face with wet hands, to remove the pack. Rinse your face well and pat dry.

Try these homemade DIY eye masks and get rid of puffiness, dark circles, and bags under the eyes naturally. Eye masks should be done regularly for getting the best results. Apply and rinse them with careful movements, without stretching the delicate skin around eyes. Besides these natural remedies, you should also make sure that you get at least 7 to 8 hours of good sleep. Moreover, improving skin tone with water, healthy balanced diet, and regular exercise can help you reduce or remove dark circles naturally.

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