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HOW TO TREAT
DARK CIRCLES

Whether you are waking up with tired-looking eyes after a late night or notice dark circles every morning, these under-eye shadows are a common skin concern that can affect all skin types and skin tones. Dark circles may become more visible after a restless night of sleep or a stressful week, but they are also caused by other factors which may be out of your control. While you may not be able to prevent dark circles, there are solutions that can help give you a bright-eyed appearance.

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