For dark circles, try caffeinated eye creams, avoiding feather pillows (which you may be allergic to), or applying a cold compress or cool tea bags to the area. Another recommendation is to use sunscreen with an SPF 30 or greater to keep your eyes from darkening. http://www.recapo.com/the-doctors/the-doctors-beauty/the-drs-sagging-breasts-inframammary-crease-allergic-shiner-eye-bag/
Pink eye... don't remember where I first saw this, but use a few drops of whey, from plain yogurt with active cultures, in the eye. I used it on my cat with an eye infection and my daughter tried it on her son... it works; and no trips to the Dr's office!
Home remedies for common ailments 1 - Oatmeal for acne 2 - Garlic for earache 3 - Salt & Pepper for toothache 4 - Coconut oil for dandruff 5 - Salt water for sore throat 6 - Apple cider vinegar for indigestion 7 - Olive oil for constipation 8 - Thyme for coughs 9 - Spiced tea for common cold 10 - Lavender for headaches