Vitamin K Eye Cream

Why You Want to Pay Attention to Vitamin K Eye Cream

Black Circles – Get Rid of Them Today!

By Kelly Purden

Black circles under the eyes are one of the several concerns of many people. This problem may be caused by tiredness, allergies, stress, and illness and sometimes it can be hereditary. Whatever the reasons, it is still necessary to lessen the appearance of these black circles.

Make sure if the condition of having black circles runs in the family. It is advisable to make a schedule with your doctor for a blood test to be sure if this condition is hereditary. By knowing so, you will not have false hopes in trying to remove them in the first place. Your black circles may also be caused by allergies. If that is the case, you can have over-the counter prescriptions or multivitamins if you are scarce in folic acid, B12 and B6.

It is necessary to have plenty of sleep every night. If you lack sleep, your skin has a tendency to appear pale. Usually, it is recommended to have seven to nine hours of sleep every night. Make an effort to have that amount of sleep on a regular basis for two weeks to reduce those black circles under your eyes. Avoid drinking alcohol and drugs because this may have an effect on the quality of sleep. You can restore your adrenalin function by taking vitamins, drinking milk, which is a good source of magnesium and calcium, and having enough sleep. You have to lessen your stress and increase the time of sleep to reduce your black circles.

You can also use overnight facial masks that are available in the market. This also helps the reduction of discoloration and puffiness of your eyes. You can also make your own facial mask by putting washcloth, which is damped in cold water in your eyes.

Applying cool tea bags in your eyes is also useful, as well as soft cloth with ice cubes. Tea bags have tannin, which helps reduce the discoloration and eye swelling. Cucumber slices can also refresh the skin’s appearance around the eyes.

Another method to reduce your black circles is to use wet cotton and freeze it for a while. Wipe the cotton under the eye area. You can also apply an eye cream that has retinol and vitamin K. Vitamin K deficiency is a major reason of having black circles under the eyes. Studies show that skin creams with retinol and Vitamin K actually lessens eye puffiness and discoloration. For best results, use these everyday.

Do not rub your eyes because this may cause allergies. Too much rubbing of the eyes can irritate the skin and can cause capillary breakage underneath the skin. Breaking of these tiny capillaries is one of the reasons of eye discoloration and puffiness.

It is important to have a balance diet. You have to eat healthy food, drink lots of water and take vitamins. Black circles and puffiness are usually caused by vitamin K deficiency and lack of antioxidants. Lack of vitamin B12 can also result black circles. Make sure to consume plenty of vegetables and fruits. Spinach, cabbage and other green leafy vegetables are the best source of vitamins. If necessary, take a daily dose of vitamin supplements. Sufficient fluid intake is also vital for the improvement of circulation.

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13 Responses to Vitamin K Eye Cream

  1. Shawneechi says:

    Just got hit wit the eye wit weave.. eyes all watery now! #WhereTheyDoThatAt

  2. teardrops on my guitar says:

    where can I buy vitamin K eye cream (for my dark circles) ?
    In Toronto, where can I buy vitamin K eye cream ?
    please name the store and the brand name for the cream .

    I want to use this cream for my dark circle areas because I heard that vitamin K can diminish dark circles somewhat, so I want to give it a try ……..but don’t know from where to buy the cream…..I have already gone to Wal-Mart but couldn’t find the cream……..

    &&&& please don’t suggest me any website to buy the cream from………..I need a store name that carry it

    • Avarice says:

      Try walgreens or CVS, I don’t know if you have those but try some type of drugstore.

  3. Della MyStaA ' says:

    Dark Eye Circeles – Does Vitamin K Cream Diminish Them ?
    Does anyyone know any good creams to diminish Dark eye circles ? not just under the eyes but AROUND the eye ? does anyone know why some people get Dark rings around the eye when the majority of people have it under ? And of course has anyone diminished Rings with Vitamin K Cream ?


    • Elliot Ness says:

      I know that not getting enough sun (vit D, I think) causes dark circles around eyes.

  4. Mary_mountain_lover says:

    Eye cream with Vitamin K and Retinol? HELP!!!!!!!!?
    I am looking for a face/eye cream with Vitamin K and retinol in it. Do you know such a product or who sells it?

  5. oneprettythang says:

    what if you just do one slide for each vitamin, and go into more specifics on the individual vitamin on it's slide, including foods that supply it, types of supplements like ascorbates, etc. which works, amount daily dose recommended and maybe the effects of that vitamin's deficiency (like scurvy). if you did the main vitamins and maybe combined all the Bs on one that would be about 15.

  6. Tom Fortune says:

    What is the best Vitamin K eye cream to reduce dark circles under eyes?
    I am a male by the way so preferably not a girl make up based one. Is there any specified for men?

  7. very_452001 says:

    Looking for Eye cream containing Vitamin K & Retinol?

    I have dark eye circles and was told by my doctor to look for eye cream with vitamin k & retinol. I been to that sells lots of eye creams but i like to know which eye cream is the best on that site that contains vitamin k & retinol?

    Or which other site sells these eye creams? Please advise.


  8. Kels says:

    omg this is super like i went outside this mornin and i saw my cat just like sitting and i picked him up and he had blood drippin from his ear and eye so i lifted his eye lid and i thought his eye was gone and i flipped out and i thought i was gonna puke!!but he went to the vet and his eye was still there!!i think he got in a fight!!my poor kitty!!!

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