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Does your face match with the area under your eyes Here's help for combating dark circles and under-eye puffiness.

Causes 

Dark circles are often caused due to sleeplessness or disturbed sleep. If you find yourself developing dark circles, you need to first catch up on your sleep. Genetics too could predispose you to developing dark circles. 

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Rose

According to legend, rose oil was discovered at the wedding feast of the Mughal princess Noor Jehan. Rose water poured into a canal encircling the garden seperated in the sun’s heat and the bridal couple gathered the droplets of aromatic oil. Since antiquity, the healing virtues of rose oil have been celebrated, but its exquisite scent still cannot be synthetically made; it has about 300 constituents, not all known.

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Cypress

In many cultures, the cypress tree has represented eternal life, and Plato (c.429 – 347BC) referred to it as the symbol of immortality. The oil has a fresh, spicy aroma that many people find refreshing, and in ancient Greece it was customary to send tuberculosis patients into a cypress grove to breathe the air and ease their symptoms. Cypress oil is still used to treat respiratory complaints.

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Sandalwood 

Mentioned in the Nirkuta, the oldest of the Hindu Vedas (written from the 5th century BC), sandalwood was used in religious ceremonies and plays a key role in Indian Ayurvedic medicine. It is widely used in perfumery for its base note and classic, oriental scent. Nearly everyone loves the warmth and exotic perfume of its oils and it can be used to calm and pamper people.

Therapeutic Properties

Sandalwood is used to calm and cool the body, reduce inflammation, infection and fever, and to ease sunstroke. 70% of the world’s sandalwood is grown in India (the best oil comes from Mysore).