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Old April 16th, 2015 #2
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How to get rid of under eye bags

Mainly - Eat foods rich in Vitamin K and drink plenty of water. (Roughly 2L a day)


The following can help as well:

Cucumbers - Do you always see the people in movies have cucumbers over their eyes? It's said that cucumbers are able to reduce the appearance of bags and dark circles if used on a daily basis. Not only does it feel refreshing and cooling, it's healthy for your skin too!

Potatoes - Potato slices can be very helpful when it comes to bags because it helps them reduce. Like cucumbers, if used frequently and everyday, you can see a difference.

Cold Spoons - It may sound silly, but if you put some spoons in the freezer, and then put them under your eyes, it can help reduce and make the eyes look more awake because of the cold sensation. It may sound silly once again, but it's a cheap and affordable method!

Tea Bags - Tea bags also help, and is another popular method. People like to take some used tea bags, pop them in the freezer, and then after, use them under their eyes. This soothes the eyes, and makes you look wide awake
 
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Maybe it's just my prejudice and/or just the placebo effect, but I think after taking this supplement I began to see colors more vividly. Maybe someone with weak color vision (but not totally colorblind) could confirm this. Maybe they could/should do a study.
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