Your Allergies Are Giving You Under-Eye Bags If you find yourself waking up with puffy eyes every day, it may be due to allergies. Pollen, dust mites, mold and animal dander can cause a pooling of blood underneath your eyes, giving you puffy dark under-eye circles. Jaliman encourages those with dark circles and allergies to identify the allergen with an allergist or dermatologist. Placing tea bags or ice packs on the area are effective at-home remedies, but not everyone has the time (or patience) to Zen out for 20 minutes while they take effect. For a quicker fix, Jaliman says taking an antihistamine will help reduce eye bags. In addition, sleep with an extra pillow to elevate your head and minimize pooling.
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