It’s plausible to think that one of the impacts of working from home is radiating skin; being away from the pollution and no makeup should have been a blessing in disguise! However, the reality is just the opposite. Plenty of screen time, working from home, being in front of the laptop 24*7, a peculiar sleeping schedule and stress has all but resulted in breakouts, acne and other skin problems.Also Read - Skincare Tips: When is The Best Time to Moisturise Your Body?

The most common of these is dark circles, which result in one looking tired, raging a person and pulling down confidence levels. Dark circles are formed mostly due to the reflection of the dark maroon underlying orbicularis oculi, a circular muscle around our eye. The dark pigmentation gives you an exhausted look which makes you seem sick or sleep-deprived. The skin around the eye is the thinnest, results in reflection of the said dark maroon underlying orbicularis oculi. The artificial light from the screen of your electronic devices causes a lot of drying, as it steals the moisture from the skin and also causes a breakdown of collagen. Also Read - Skincare Tips : Easy And Effective Home Remedies For Glowing Skin, Watch Video

Considering this, celebrity nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar took to her Instagram and shared easy-to-follow home remedies to cure dark circles. In a lengthy post, she wrote, Home remedies for dark circles: Also Read - Skincare Tips For People in Their 20s: Expert Explains How to Deeply Rejuvenate Your Skin And Fix The Glow

  1. Make a chai of ginger, tulsi, kesar – add honey and drink once a day
  2. Peanuts, jaggery and coconut – a little bit of everything, take it in a bowl and enjoy it as a 4pm snack
  3. Mix besan and fresh milk to make a paste and use it as a cleanser for the face, avoid soaps/ face wash
  4. Nap in afternoon (max 30 mins) and sleep before 11 pm.
  5. Stay away from toxic people both online and offline

Check out her post here:

There are many causes that can be linked to having panda eyes; the treatment depends upon diagnosing the cause and for this one must visit a dermatologist and then work on getting rid of it

(With inputs from IANS)