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    As far as I know I'm not allergic to anything. For the record I'm 22 n hate looking so much older thanks to these stupid dark circles

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    I have hideously dark circles under my eyes that nothing works to get rid of.

    I generally don't wear make up (given up trying to hide them) but there is a green concealer you can buy that seems to help a little.

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    Yep, intolerance shiners. My DD gets them. If you don't want to get tested, try an elimination diet. Cut out the main offenders - alcohol, tea, coffee, preservatives, sugar, wheat, dairy, gluten. Drink heaps of water. If you notice a difference in 2 weeks you are on to something. Keeping a food diary can help.

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    I have these too! Had them for a couple of months. Im over them. I cant work out why I have thrm either.

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    Sometimes it's just genetics too, unfortunately, but in terms of allergies, apparently 'dairy' is usually the culprit for dark circles etc and if you have an orange-ish tinge that can be liver/kidney issues or again, allergies.

    Apart from always staying hydrated, the only thing you can really do is to put concealer over them and/or rule out genetics or allergies.

    I too hate the dark under my eyes.

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    Btw that pic was this morning with make up on trying to hide them they are hideously worse right now . Thanks for all the tips


 

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