Published on Dec 16, 2017 and last reviewed on Sep 07, 2018 - 2 min read
Dark circle is a blackish or bluish discoloration of the skin around the eyes. There are a number of factors that cause them. Homeopathy has safe and effective medicines to remove them. This article talks about dark circles and their cure.
Dark circles are seen in men as well as women, especially in the age group of 18 to 35 years. They can make the person in their prime of youth appear old, tired and dull. So, definitely, there would be many people looking for an effective cure to get rid of them. Although the medicines are effective for all, how long it takes to see results varies from one individual to another and also depends on how long they have been having the issue.
As we have a very busy schedule or most of our day is spent in front of a computer screen, the most disturbing factor is the deprivation of proper sleep. This has a major role in ruining our health which obviously reflects back on our face. There is a solution for this in homeopathy. And, it is well known that homeopathy does not have side-effects.
But, lack of sleep is not the only cause. Firstly, let us discuss the reasons.
Causes of Dark Circles
Berberis aquifolim is the homeopathic remedy (common name Mountain grape) which is used for pimply, dry, rough, and scaly skin. It also stimulates all the glands and improves the glow. It can be used for clearing off pigmentation, spots as well as acne scars.
Take mother tincture of berberis aquifolium. Add it to calendula mother tincture in the same quantity and apply the mixture to the blemished area or dark circle. This mixture can be added to an equal quantity of water and used on the complete face. You do not have to wash it. The result will be outstanding when used regularly for a month.
Tips to Prevent Worsening of Dark Circles
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