23 August 2013

Woman's eyeAlthough acne is the most common skin complaint faced by dermatologists, according to most, dark under-eye circles run a close second. Late nights and lack of sleep catch up on you no matter how hard you try to avoid it. But that is not the only reason for dark eyes. Other factors include stress, genetics and iron deficiencies.Fortunately, there are certain things you can do to combat this. If you have low iron levels, there are plenty of supplements you can take to improve the health and look of your skin. There are also a lot of iron-rich foods you can choose from broccoli is just one of them. Vitamin C is also very good for the look and health of your skin, so eat lots of fruit. If you need a quick fix before heading on a night out, there are plenty of clever cover-ups. Choose illuminating concealers with light-reflecting particles that help achieve a flawless bright-eyed look.