Too many happy hours and Dark Circles
"First you take a drink, then the drink takes a drink, then the drink takes you." — Quote by F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby.
The covid-19 pandemic of 2020 has brought life to a standstill across the world with lockdowns and social distancing being enforced and becoming a norm, a new normal. People in large numbers in every country miss hanging out and drinking in their favorite bars, pubs, and restaurants. No get-together, celebrations, or happy hours anymore. People are sulking as they were confined to their homes and felt it was an impingement on their civic rights. Even though people were fretting and fuming, their bodies were heaving a sigh of relief.
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Why sigh of relief you say? Well, the body was getting a chance to detox itself from the effects of alcohol as well as further damage to their bodies. As we all know consumption of alcohol in any quantity is bad for the body and should not be encouraged. One of the lesser-known side effects of alcohol is the appearance of dark circles below the eyes. Alcohol disrupts sleep cycles and can make you restless at night. This leads to the formation of dark circles over time. Plus, alcohol dehydrates the body resulting in puffy & swollen eyes as well. So, if you wish to avoid these unseemly discolorations or puffy eyes, and then stay away from your “happy hours”, tipple and opt for a healthier drink such as juice, tea, smoothie, or immunity-boosting kadhas.
If you have however had dark circles due to an erratic lifecycle or any other reason, help is at hand. Use a good Under Eye Cream for Dark Circles and Puffy Eyes for fading the dark circles over time. Eyecojic under Eye Cream for Dark Circles and Puffy Eyes is the right product that is effective and economical. Just ask the many consumers who have seen its work over the past months. So, remember as 2021 rolls in, no alcohol and no dark circles or any other health conditions.