How To Reduce Dark Circles: This is how dark circles will start decreasing.

Dark Circles: The skin around the eyes is very thin, due to which the risk of skin damage is also high. Dark circles can also be caused by lack of sleep or rubbing of the eyes, due to the effect of sunlight, due to chemical products or lack of moisture. When there are dark circles, the eyes start to look completely different from the face and blackness starts appearing around the eyes. If you are also troubled by these dark circles, then here is how you can use ghee to lighten these dark spots and which home remedies prove to be effective.

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Ghee to lighten dark circles . Ghee to light dark circles

Ghee and turmeric can have a wonderful effect in lightening the dark spots seen under the eyes. Add 2 pinch of turmeric (turmeric) to a teaspoon of ghee. Apply this mixture on dark circles with the help of fingers. After applying ghee and turmeric for 20 to 25 minutes, wash the eyes and clean it. This mixture of ghee and turmeric hydrates the skin and lightens dark circles.

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Ghee, turmeric and multani mitti

There is another way to use turmeric and ghee. For this, prepare a paste by making half a teaspoon turmeric and half a teaspoon ghee as well as one teaspoon rose water and Multani mitti. Apply this paste around the dark circles and wash it off after 20 minutes. The effect will be seen in reducing dark circles.

Potato juice

Potatoes also have a good effect in lightening dark circles. For this, remove the potato juice by rubbing the potatoes. Dip a piece of cotton in this juice and apply it under the eyes and wash the eyes after 10 to 15 minutes. This juice can be used 3 to 4 times a week.

Turmeric and milk

Mix a few drops of milk in a pinch of turmeric and apply it on the eyes. This mixture also gives moisture to the skin around the eyes and the skin is so different.

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