4. Get Some Shut Eye
There’s a reason why late nights are synonymous with under-eye bags and shadows: Due to poor circulation from a lack of sleep, blood has a tendency to pool underneath your peepers when you scrimp on shut-eye. Can’t squeeze in a nap? Consider a few yoga inversions. It’ll redirect your blood flow and give you a quick boost.
5. Drink Lots of H20
Like an athlete in training, that is: Dehydration exacerbates under-eye circles while giving the rest of your complexion a saggy, sallow look. Keep a water bottle with you while you run errands, on your commute, and at your desk. Refill, repeat, and replenish.
6. Be Religious About Sunscreen
Exposing this tender area to the sun without protection is basically asking the gods for under-eye rings. Invest in a moisturizing, chemical-free brand and be vigilant about applying it.