Sick of Hearing Dark Under Eye Circles Are Genetic? Here’s the Cure

October 13, 2016

Sick Of Hearing Dark Under Eye Circles Are Genetic Here's The Cure

Last week I told you how I was digging around in search of natural and/or organic anti-aging products for my readers. You can read about it here if you happened to miss it. This week I was on the hunt for something fabulous for dark under eye circles.

While that task has been daunting I have spent months trying out different products myself in a effort to bring you the best of the best in anti-aging products. This week I have another product that I would like to share with you, Body Merry’s Age Defense Eye Cream.

All the ingredients in Body Merry’s Age Defense Eye Cream are natural and organic, derived from plants that have long been used to heal, both inside and out. It’s a much better choice than some of the more harmful methods that may have devastating side effects such as Botox. One of the beautiful things about this eye cream is it can be used by anyone even guys!

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Some of the most potent anti-aging eye products include gentle ingredients such as:

Other effective ingredients are:

  • Cocoa butter,
  • Cucumber,
  • Chamomile,
  • Beeswax,
  • Sunflower oil,
  • Green tea,
  • Flaxseed oil,
  • Lavender and more

Body Merry’s Age Defense Eye Cream contains over 70 ingredients, including the ones listed above that promise to help your eyes look radiant and youthful, ridding them of fine lines, dark circles, bags and puffiness. I specifically chose this product because I have suffered from dark under eye circles my whole life.

While doing research for this article I found out some interesting facts about dark under eye circles. Did you know that:


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Blue Circles result from oxygenated blood pooled beneath the under-eye skin. Skin here is very thin and almost transparent, so blood shows through. Blue circles can also get worse with age due to the loss of subcutaneous fat.

Brown Circles result from hyperpigmentation, triggered by chronic eye-rubbing, sun exposure, or genetics and are prevalent in Asian and African American skin tones.

Did you know not all dark under eye circles are genetic? You can do something about them!

I thought this to be interesting as I always thought my dark under eye circles were merely a genetic trait handed down from my Momma. It’s nice to know I was wrong. I can actually do something about them. Like:

  • Get more sleep
  • Stress less
  • Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated
  • Eat foods rich in Vitamin K and
  • Reduce the amount of salt in my diet. This is one that I have just recently discovered after gorging on soy sauce laden sushi. I always wake up with dark circles and puffiness under my eyes. However, I’m not giving up my sushi addiction but I will start using the low salt soy sauce option from now on. Just saying …
  • Smoking is terrible for your skin. I don’t care how old you are it’s a fact that smoking will age you 20 years because of the horrible things it does to your body. Not preaching here but just stating a fact.
  • Use Body Merry’s Age Defense Eye Cream

Body Merry’s Age Defense Eye Cream is lightweight so as not to damage the delicate skin area around your eyes, it absorbs quickly and starts to work plumping and protecting. The result is a remarkable new glow and a diminishing of the fine lines which appear during the aging process. The company also offers a 90 day money back guarantee so if you find that you are not getting the results you were hoping for they will gladly refund your money.

A few other things I find important when shopping for, well, anything really … is:

  • It’s not tested on animals
  • It’s made in the great USA
  • It’s affordable for every budget

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Did you know that dark under eye circles aren’t always genetic?

See you in the comments,

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