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kenzie

hi everyone!
for dark circles use tea bags
empty the tea bags then set them under your eyes they can be warm or room tempreture leave them on for 20 minutes and do that every day for 2 weeks
please comment any questions i will answer them or just put a comment...
tell me how it works by commenting thanks! :)

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Anonymous

just wet 2 teabags ring them out and put them over your eyes omg I hope you know what ring them out means

Anonymous

You people are stupid she told you exactly how to do it.. grow a fucking brain.

Anonnnnn

THANKS, this actually works, I saw instant results... assuming 'EMPTY THE TEABAG' means to soak the teabag in hot water and once all the tea is 'used' place over your eyes for approx. 20 minutes
... everyone, YOU DO NOT HAVE TO PHYSICALLY EMPTY THE CONTENTS OF THE TEABAG, nor can you place dry teabags on your eyes ... therefore, let contents completely soak, then use :)

Cori

All I found this did was stain the rest of my skin so that the bags blended in, not that they disappeared. It is a good trick to help cover them but it really does nothing to get rid of them.

Gary

Ye stupid people!! For the retards.put a used tea bag when it cools to warm sitting on your eyes for twenty mins a day.or for the dumbass's above just empty the tea bag into your eye.that'll work good

Stephanie Walder

Some of you people have been so rude here, when someone (Kenzie) has been really kind enough to give such good advice for 'free'!

Besides learning English so as to understand simple English like 'empty the teabag,' these girls and guys also need a mandatory lesson in good manners and etiquette. And also learn some English in your free time instead of insulting others.

All the rude people out here I request you for your own sake, use the internet to google out the dictionary, thesaurus, grammar and great other sites who teach the English language for free.

Anonymous

I don't know who wrote this but what they mean by empty the tea bag is drain the water out.

aksa

I was fair, but now a days my face skin become somewhat dark as compare to other body parts and skin of face become like a plastic means rashes are there and skin around and nose surrounded by very small pimples might be it happened bcoz i used to wear burkha and skarph what to do now?????????

Port Blair

1. Drink 8-10 glasses of water per day. Yet another benefit of that daily chug of h20 is dark circle reduction. If you can't break away from the caffeine habit, this is even more important. Water helps keep toxins out of your cells making them healthy and vibrant. You'll also enjoy the side effect of healthier skin in the process.

2. Make sure you're getting that multivitiman. B-vitamins, iron, and Vitamin E are essential for healthy skin. Your dark circles will disappear after just a few days with a vitamin E boost.

3. Chamomile tea bags. Soak some chamomile tea bags in hot water, then rinse in cool water to create an eye-pack. Just putting these on your eyes for about 20 minutes will help reduce puffiness and can help diminish dark circles quickly.

4. Drink your OJ. Vitamin C plays a significant role in skin health, and if you're not getting enough of this vitamin in your diet, you're limiting your chances that fresh glow each morning. Improve your diet with a vitamin-C infused drink or supplement, or simply add a few oranges or grapefruit to your daily fruit intake.

5. Cool off with cucumber. Sliced cucumber on your eyes isn't an old wives tale, and is still used at many high-end spas and luxury facial treatments today. Just a couple of ice cold slices on your eyes will help reduce puffiness and tighten and tone the undereye area.

6. Use Vitamin K-infused cream. Vitamin K helps to fix broken capillaries, and applying a thin layer once or twice per day can help you take care of this sensitive area with ease. Look for organic products to avoid unnecessary chemicals and toxic ingredients.

7. Go salt-free. Too much salt usually leads to fluid-retention, which in turn can lead to puffiness under your eyes. While drinking water will help you flush out toxins, reducing your salt intake will also do the trick. You'll notice a visible change in just a day

sonia

i think it mean dip it in water ,squeeze it little that it doesnt have dripping water and then put it on your eyes

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