Though you obviously can’t change your genetics or your age, you can certainly work on improving the daily habits that may be contributing to creating dark circles under your eyes. That means aiming to get sufficient sleep which is roughly seven hours a night minimum for adults, per the Cleveland Clinic. It also helps to limit alcohol consumption, which can reduce circulation, stop smoking, take allergy medications if needed, and refrain from rubbing your eyes.

If you wake up and notice puffy circles immediately, it’s time to take action. Apply a cold compress, tea bag, or chilly cucumber slices straight from the fridge to your under-eye area. This will help the dilated vessels under the skin, which make the dark circles look more obvious, to tighten (via the Mayo Clinic). Another tactic is to get a jade roller and use it on your face to promote increased circulation and lymphatic drainage. Otherwise, a certain type of pillow may help. 

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