7. Dark Circles under the Eyes: Another of the earliest visible signs of aging can be seen in and around your eyes. The delicate skin around your eyes is extremely thin and becomes even thinner with age. Also, loss of fat and collagen due to aging makes the skin more translucent, making the blood vessels under the eyes more visible.
This change in texture and poor collagen production results in dark circles under the eyes, which can make you look older than your actual age.
At the same time, genetics, sun exposure, pollutants and lack of sleep can also cause dark circles under the eyes.
Before going to bed each night, apply a little almond oil or shea butter on the dark circles and gently massage it into the skin.
You can also soak cotton eye pads in rose water and put them on your closed eyelids for about 15 minutes, twice daily.