Mirror Mirror on the Wall
When we look in the mirror and see fatigue, droopy eyes, bags, puffy eyes, it really is a bummer. When you recall how different you look compared to yesterday or in pictures from the past. And even if you get all of the necessary sleep 8+hours, even if you have the right diet and nothing seems to be working. We are here to remind you to look in the mirror and remember to not be afraid to notice how beautiful you are! ~Yoko Ono. Here are some helpful tips to have the best looking under eye area you can possibly have working with what nature has blessed you with.
Causes of Under Eye Circles
- Dark circles can be caused by lymph stuck underneath your eye.
- Loss of fatty tissue in the eyelid or around the eye
- Dehydration (sunken eyes)
- And many other known and unknown causes
Lymph doesn’t circulate well where the skin is thin. There is something we can do about this. We can drain stuck lymph from under our eyes.
TOP 6 Tips for Reducing Under Eye Circles
1. Jade roller –
Celebrities have been using these, and royalty has been using jade rollers for centuries. This will push stuck lymph from your eye area that causes the under eye dark circles.
Use it with the Panacea Potion- Youth Longevity Serum for ultimate glide on your skin and prevents being rough and crinkling your skin with a dry roller. Your skin may look brighter, more luminous, maybe more contoured and less puffy.
The Panacea Youth Serum is formulated using tree resins. Siberian cedar trees ooze resin when they get damaged. The resin has antibacterial properties which prevent the damaged tree from getting infected.
In this same way, cedar resin can also be used to heal our wounds and strengthen our skin. Western medicine is just discovering the power of tree resin that numerous scientific and medical journals such as PubMed are backing up these findings.
2. Dip your face in an ice bath to reduce under eye circles
The cold constricts your blood vessels, depuffing your eyes. 30 seconds dip your face in a glass bowl while holding your breath. Rest and repeat 3 more times Use green tea infused ice cubes.
3. Avoid invasive procedures for under eye circles.
Plastic surgery can lead to complications and unsatisfactory results. They also require upkeep.
Botox can disrupt and have side effects to brain function and is a bacterial neurotoxin.
4. Start with a nice, safe, non-invasive face lift solution for under eye circles is the High Frequency Wand.
New scientific research has shown the cause of severe dark eye circles to be broken capillaries that have leaked hemoglobin, creating a red-blue pigment deposit under the eyes. High frequency creates a circulation rush in the area and helps your current under eye product penetrate deeper into the skin tissue. The application of high frequency can be very effective at fading dark under eye circles resulting in a fresher, brighter, more youthful looking appearance. The High Frequency wand warms the tissue stimulating collagen and elastin. It also helps penetrate the product beyond the surface of the skin. GET YOURS HERE!
Method: Use every day for 5-15 minutes for maximum results. Use the Tighten Me Up Mask, and The Panacea Potion with the Wand.
5. Once you have tried all these methods, and you want something a bit more invasive to reduce under eye circles look into PRP Micro-needling with Stem Cells.
This is the vampire facial, which is effective. It is intense, and healing can take anywhere from a week to three weeks. This will stimulate new collagen production.
6. Incorporate these POWERFUL supplements for a more radiate version of your best self!
Dipeptide-2, All essential amino acids, Omega 3-6-9, Fennel, Dandelion Root, and Adrenal Support Herbs such as Gaia Herb Adrenal Support
I hope you’ve enjoyed these super charged tips on eliminating dark circles from your reflection. Comment below which methods you try. Remember, you are stunning, you are divine, you are one of a kind, you’re unbeatable, creative, and self expressed with radiant shine
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