Natural Remedies for Dark Circles Under the Eyes

Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Alina (Norther England, Uk) on 12/31/2015
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I'm not a fan of a Apple Cider Vinegar per se as I do find it hurts my teeth. But drinking a tiny bit in warm water at night really does get rid of dark puffy eyes. It's amazing. I honestly think it does more than any of my lotions and potions. Impressed!


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Omnischoolmom (Durham, North Carolina, Usa) on 03/17/2012
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Here is the ACV ratio I use: 5 parts water, 2 parts raw honey (optional), and 1 part Apple Cider Vinegar. Good for drinking and topical application, even one drop at a time in the eyes (one eye at a time, it will sting for a good 10 seconds, so roll your eye all around while closed to coat it before your tears wash it out).


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Rachel (To, Canada) on 10/06/2010
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Apply to face nightly. I freeze my ACV in a ice cube tray. When I want to take some I cut it into little pieces and take with warm water. This way you can't really taste the ACV and you won't ruin your the enamel on your teeth.


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Deirdre (Atlanta, GA) on 03/21/2009
5 out of 5 stars

I drink it: 2 tteaspoons in 8 ounces of water once a day. When I have managed to stay off of wheat and sugar for a period of time, it has made a dramatic difference in dark eye circles.


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Deirdre (Atlanta, GA)
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I have noticed several things about dark circles under my eyes... Besides being genetic, they are very much related to both food and environmental allergies. Too much sugar and my chronic circles are darker than dark. Too much wheat, same same. If I am experiencing congestion from pollen, my dark circles are worse. My antidote besides cutting out the food? Apple Cider Vinegar tonic: 2 teaspoons taken once a day in a large glass of water. Works almost instantaneously