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5 Causes of Dark Circles in your eyes

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Mostly we all have dealt with “dark circles” under our eyes at one point or the another, and while it is easy to blame them on one aspect which is  “lack of sleep”, But  that’s only the thing there are many other factors that might be contributing to that pesky under eye darkness. Let’s we discuss some other issues which may be counter.

5 Causes of Dark Circle

1. Sun exposure

Sun exposure is also one of the cause of dark circles, most often due to fine wrinkles which can give the impression of a skin-darkening effect. Too much traveling in sun and outdoor especially in summer where the temperature is too high can affect the sensitive skin too much. The recommendation in such a case is to use eye serums and eye moisturizing creams etc. to protect from the direct sun rays.

2. Genetics /Hereditary problem

One of the cause of Dark Circles are “Hereditary”. These are caused by a gene inherited from your mother or father are many from both, that presents itself as dark pigmentation under the eyes. These may transfer from your parents to and then your new born ones .

3. Thinner skin

This is again a problem which cause the dark circles. This is again a natural cause or it may be act as a heredity problem.

4. Rubbing your eyes too much

Rubbing your eye too much can affect the eye area in different ways.

When you rub your eyes too much your skin become slightly thicker and darker, Excessive rubbing your eyes too much can also lead you to broken your blood vessels beneath the skin, which cause the darkness of your skin.

4. Work load / Tension

Due to too much tension and work load also lead you to darkness of the eye circles. Taking too much tension due to any reason affect many things in which one of the effect is leading you to dark circles.

The Beautiful Peshawar

  • Peshawar is the capital of the Province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. Which is  Situated near the eastern end of the Khyber Pass, which is close to the border with Afghanistan.

1. Qila Bala Hisar

In 1526 Babur first built a fort here It was royal residence of the “Afghan Durrani dynasty” before being captured.It is situated near LRH hospital Peshawar. It is open for public on Saturday and Sunday.

2. Islamia Collage Peshawar

Islamia college was established in Peshawar in 1913. The founder of Islamia college Peshawar was “Sahibzada Abdul Qayyum” Islamia collage is located on  Grand Trunk Rd, Rahat Abad, Peshawa, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

3. Masjid Mahabat Ali khan

The Masjid Mahabat Ali khan is situated in  Andar Shehr Mohallah Baqir Shah Peshawar, KPK. Masjid Mahabat Ali khan mosque was built in 1630. It is called  Masjid Mahabat Ali khan because of Mughal governor of Peshawar, “Nawab Mahabat Khan bin Ali Mardan Khan” simply it is so called Masjid Mahabat Ali khan.

4. Qisa Khwani Bazar

Qisa Khwani Bazar  is the old “Street of Storytellers”. The qissa khwani bazaar is famous for the  story of  tellers for merchants ,and massacre of 1930 by the “british government”. It having more than hundreds of shops and one of the best trade market in Peshawar. There is also a big market of Publishers near qisa khwani gate.

5. Namak Mandi  Peshawar

A taste of Peshawar’s “Namak Mandi” is famous for the tasteee tikka and karahi. By flavoring their grilled meat and the most “karhai” dishes with salt and tomato. People came from far places even foreigner came here just for the taste of these recipe.

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