When we see someone with dark circles under their eyes, our first thought is probably, “Oh, she must not be getting enough sleep!” But doctors have found that more than a few things besides fatigue can cause dark circles under the eyes.
Today on CuriousMob.com, we’re going to talk about why you might have dark circles under your eyes, and we’ll also give you some tips on how to get rid of them, so your face stays looking fresh.
6. Practice proper bed posture.
Getting puffy can be avoided by sleeping in an upright position. Fluid can get under your eyes while you sleep, especially if you lie flat. Keeping your head slightly raised can help keep fluid from building up, making your face look rested when you wake up.