Eye Serum for Dark Circles | Lighten With Essential Ingredients

Hydrating & Healing Anti Aging Eye Serum

Our Lost Baggage Eye Serum for dark circles is a fabulous and completely natural way to perk up eyes and reduce eye bags and dark circles. 

We have reformulated this for a even more hydrating, longer lasting effect to keep your delicate eye skin soft and supple throughout the day.

Start your day or enjoy a mid day refresher with a quick roll of this all plant based skin repairing product.

Our extensive ingredients list includes peptides and plant extracts to reduce puffiness, reduce wrinkles and dark circles, and hydrate skin.   


• Naturally Reduce Puffy Eyes
• Soothe & Hydrate
• Proven Ingredients To Correct Dark Circles

.30 ounces


Give eye serum a good shake and roll all around eyes AM and/or PM.  Tap into skin. 

Each product is made fresh the day you order it. 

Enjoy free shipping in the US. 

Chemical free, synthetic free, paraben free, sulfate free, cruelty free.  Organic and earth derived ingredients. Made with love, one order at a time.


Aloe barbadensis (Organic Aloe) Leaf Juice, Alpha Lipoic Acid, Ananas Comosus (Pineapple) Extract, Argireline, Avocado Oil, Broccoli Oil (contains Vitamin K), Carica Papaya (Papaya) Extract, Carica Papaya (Green Papaya) Extract, Rose Damascena (Rose) Distillate, Chamomile Essential Oil, Cucumber Extract (contains Vitamin K), GABA, Green Tea, Vaccinium Myrtillus (Organic Bilberry) Extract, Saccharum officinarum (Organic Sugar Cane) Extract, Hydrolyzed Rice Protein, Acer Saccharinum (Organic Sugar Maple) Extract, Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate (Vitamin C), Citrus auranium dulcis (Organic Orange) Fruit Extract, Citrus medica limonum (Organic Lemon) Extract, Vaccinium macrocarpon (Organic Cranberry) Extract, Dimethylaminoethanol (DMAE), Glycerin, Salix alba (White Willow bark) Extract, Tetrapeptide-5, Melaleuca alternifolia (Tea Tree) Essential Oil



There are several reasons why someone might be suffering from dark circles under your eyes, but fear not, we will address all of your concerns and give you some solid information on how you can alleviate the issue.



Oversleeping, extreme fatigue, or just staying up a few hours past your normal bedtime can cause dark circles to form under your eyes. Sleep deprivation can cause your skin to become dull and pale, allowing for dark tissues and blood vessels beneath your skin to show.

Lack of sleep can also cause fluid to build underneath your eyes, causing them to appear puffy. As a result, the dark circles you see may actually be shadows cast by your puffy eyelids.


Natural aging is another common cause of those dark circles beneath your eyes. As you get older, your skin becomes thinner. You also lose the fat and collagen needed to maintain your skin’s elasticity. As this occurs, the dark blood vessels beneath your skin become more visible causing the area below your eyes to darken.

Eye strain

Staring at your television or computer screen can cause significant strain on your eyes. This strain can cause blood vessels around your eyes to enlarge. As a result, the skin surrounding your eyes can darken.


Allergic reactions and eye dryness can trigger dark circles. When you have an allergic reaction, your body release histamines as a response to harmful bacteria. Other than causing uncomfortable symptoms — including itchiness, redness, and puffy eyes — histamines also cause your blood vessels to dilate and become more visible beneath your skin.

Allergies can also increase your urge to rub and scratch the itchy skin around your eyes. These actions can worsen your symptoms, causing inflammation, swelling, and broken blood vessels. This can result in dark shadows beneath your eyes.


Dehydration is a common cause of dark circles under your eyes. When your body is not receiving the proper amount of water, the skin beneath your eyes begins to look dull and your eyes look sunken. This is due to their close proximity to the underlying bone.

Sun overexposure

Overexposure to the sun can cause your body to produce an excess of melanin, the pigment that provides your skin with color. Too much sun — particularly for your eyes — can cause pigmentation in the surrounding skin to darken.


Family history also plays a part in developing dark circles under your eyes. It can be an inherited trait seen early in childhood, and may worsen as you age or slowly disappear. Predispositions to other medical conditions — such as thyroid disease — can also result in dark circles beneath your eyes.


Treatment for dark eye circles depends on the underlying cause. However, there are some home remedies that can help manage this condition. Yes some of these suggestions might be very basic and obvious, but you would be surprised how something so simple as raising your pillows while resting can really make your face look more rested and better all around.  Here are some of the more common ideas that you could try:

Apply a cold compress.

A cold compress can help reduce swelling and shrink dilated blood vessels. This can reduce the appearance of puffiness and help eliminate dark circles. Wrap a few ice cubes in a clean washcloth and apply to your eyes. You can also dampen a washcloth with cold water and apply it to the skin under your eyes for 20 minutes for the same effect. Repeat this process if the cloth becomes warm or if the ice melts.

Get extra sleep.

Catching up on sleep can also help reduce the appearance of dark circles. Sleep deprivation can cause your skin to appear pale, making the dark circles more obvious. Allow yourself seven to eight hours of rest to prevent dark circles from appearing.

Elevate your head.

While sleep deprivation can play a part in producing those dark bags under your eyes, sometimes it’s how you sleep. Elevate your head with a few pillows to prevent fluid from pooling under your eyes which can make them look puffy and swollen.

Soak with tea bags that have caffeine.

Applying cold tea bags to your eyes can improve their appearance. Tea contains caffeine and antioxidants that can help stimulate blood circulation, shrink your blood vessels, and reduce liquid retention beneath your skin. Soak two black or green tea bags in hot water for five minutes. Let them chill in the refrigerator for 15 to 20 minutes. Once they’re cold, apply the teabags to your closed eyes for 10 to 20 minutes. After removing, rinse your eyes with cool water.

Grated Potato.

As crazy as it sounds raw grated potato or even cold raw potato slices have proven to have lightening effects on the skin.  Many people swear by this remedy and it really does help. 


Alpha Lipoic Acid

Alpha Lipoic Acid is an excellent active ingredient choice given at this given its capacity to regulate production of nitric oxide, which controls blood flow to the skin. This is the secret to eliminating the appearance of dark circles.

Vitamin C

One of the best ingredients to find in eye creams is vitamin C because it gets rid of free radicals and brightens the skin.  Vitamin C is also a potent collagen booster, and so, the addition of vitamin C to your nightly regimen can help thicken the delicate under eye area and conceal discoloration.

Vitamin K

Vitamin K stimulates tissue renewal and is a potent antioxidant.  Using products containing vitamin K and ingredients that contain vitamin K can drastically reduce the appearance of under-eye circles.


Caffeine is great at increasing microcirculation, which in turn can help reduce the appearance of dark circles.


Peptides can reduce puffiness and improve the circulation around the eye area, therefore reducing dark circles and making them less pronounced.

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