Crow's Feet Home Remedies - Get Rid of Crow's Feet
Dark circles under the eyes have been attributed to numerous causative factors. According to Ayurveda it may be due to disorders of gastrointestinal system or excessive indulgence in activity. The allopathic system of medicine considers it primarily due to either due to genetic predisposition or because of inordinate exposure to sun leading to accumulation of melanin under the skin. For the most part they're caused by sun exposure, but smoking can make them worse. Years and years of smiling and squinting can also play a part in how they're formed. In order to have a more youthful appearance many times we turn to the cosmetic surgeon to correct the sagging aspects of the face. We also look to other invasive procedures for the wrinkling aspect such as laser resurfacing, deep acid peels and Botox injections. As we are all aware, these aggressive procedures carry risks. Below, you will see photos before and after treatment.
Herbal Medicines and Natural Home Remedies for Crow's Feet
Avoid exposure in sun especially in dry and dusty conditions in summers.
Drink 8-10 glasses of water everyday.
Eat fresh vegetables (Salads) and fruits in raw form.
Avoid junk food (Burgers. Pizzas and Cutlets etc).
Use a sunscreen lotion, while moving outdoors.
At night, application of almond oil for two-three hours is useful.
Vit E enriched cream or Vito E cap for local application are an alternative to almond oil.
Herbal face packs of cucumber and papaya or cucumber peels and potato peels can be applied daily at the darkened area.
Milk cream mixed with rose water should be applied at the darkened area every night.
Certain ayurvedic creams like Dashang Lep and Mukhchandrika Cream are also useful in these conditions.
Oral intake of herbal blood purifiers like Manjishtarishta and Sarivarishta also help in attaining quick results.
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