Can dark circles be caused by malnutrition?

It is said that even malnutrition can lead to dark circles, really? So what should I pay attention to in daily life to prevent this?
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  • Larry S

    Yes. The dark circles under eyes can be caused by a number of things. Some common causes of dark circles are allergies, a lack of sleep, a hereditary trait, poor blood circulation, poor nutrition or age. So malnutrition can lead to dark circles. It has relation to vitamin K, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E and iron. Keeping a good habit of life is important. Firstly, drink at least 8 to 10 glasses of water per day. Secondly, having enough sleep is another way to remove dark circles. Furthermore, you can take iron or vitamin tablets or add vitamin and iron rich food such as leafy vegetables, fruits, and meats.
  • Robert

    Yes, malnutrition can lead to dark circles around the eyes. As we know, malnutrition will make your eyes surrounding part get dry. You should better eat more food with nutrition. At the same time, you could just drink more and eat the food with vitamin C to moisture your eyes. You could also use the warm compress to reduce the dark circles around your eyes.

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