Many things can cause eyes to look tired, puffy and create dark circles. Drinking alcohol, staying up late, not getting enough sleep, poor diet, too much sodium, too much sugar and just rubbing the skin under your eyes too hard when washing you face. The skin under the eye is the thinnest in the entire body and can be easily stretched or damaged just by rubbing it too hard.
Potato: One ingredient you will probably always have on hand is a potato. Take one out of the fridge, slice it very thinly and place the a slice on each eye for about 10 minutes to reduce bags under the eye.
Sweet Potato: A variation of the above potato remedy only substitute a sweet potato. Many people claim the extra beta carotene and other nutrients in a sweet potato make it better for the skin than a plain potato.
Vitamin C: Helps the body create natural collagen. So do rose hips. Try making a strong tea out of organic or wild rose hips. Keep a jar of it in the refrigerator, and every night before bed, wash you face then dip you fingers into the rose hip tea and spread it all over you face especially under the eyes and the top of the eyes. Try not to get any in your eye though.
Allergies: We all know the term “allergy eyes.” Getting to the source of your allergies and treating it will help you eyes a great deal.
Nutrient Deficiencies: Dark circles can be caused by a lack of vitamins and minerals. Ditch the junk food and eat more fresh vegetables. Your face and body will look healthier overall.
Water: Drink plenty of water to hydrate your skin. Bags and wrinkles are much worse when the skin is dry.
Grapeseed Oil: on your face at night after you wash it will do wonders for your skin and complexion.. Put a generous amount all over your face and leave it on overnight.