Dark under-eye circles are a major worry for both male and female patients of all ages. By the time they visit a dermatologist, they have tried: eye creams, eye masks, and massaging the area, along with numerous other remedies, the majority of which have failed.
Dark circles under the eyes may appear purple, blue, or dark brown, and you may be wondering if this indicates a significant health issue. Although the answer is no, many patients believe that dark circles under the eyes make them appear fatigued, older, and unhealthy.
Dark circles are most commonly caused by fatigue. Other factors that lead to the darkening of the skin under your eyes include allergies, allergic rhinitis, dermatitis, genetics, UV exposure, and constant rubbing or itching of the eyes.
Dark circles can also be caused by aging factors such as loss of fatty tissue and thinning of the skin around the eyes. In older adults, these alterations can make dark circles more noticeable.
Dark circles under your eyes could signify the need for a lifestyle change, such as changing your sleep routine, and nutrition, or quitting smoking. There are also techniques that people claim have eliminated or decreased the appearance of dark circles. While everyone is unique, the following remedies might help you:
Dark circles can be caused by fatigue and a lack of proper sleep. It can also make your face look pale, making your dark circles appear darker. Maintain good hygiene by getting seven to eight hours of sound sleep every night.
Darkening of the area under your eyes can be caused by dilated blood vessels. A cold compress can cause blood vessels to tighten, reducing dark circles.
A wide range of over-the-counter moisturizer products can improve dark circles. Caffeine, vitamin E, hyaluronic acid, and retinol are all common ingredients in most of them.
If none of these home remedies help, it’s time to consult with a board-certified dermatologist.
Some of the medicinal solutions they will provide are as follows:
Skin Lightening Cream
A dermatologist may recommend a skin-lightening cream containing azelaic acid, kojic acid, glycolic acid, or hydroquinone to lighten under-eye hyperpigmentation.
To reduce dark pigmentation, your doctor may recommend a light chemical peel. This therapeutic approach will use glycolic acid, retinoic acid, or hydroquinone.
Laser therapy vaporizes damaged cells by utilizing heat energy. As a result, the dark pigmentation beneath your eyes will be addressed. Later on, laser treatment will stimulate the creation of new collagen, providing you with a better skin tone around your eyes.
A dermal filler based on hyaluronic acid can be injected into the skin under the eye. This will help to minimize the volume loss that produces dark circles.
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Dark circles might not indicate a health issue. However, you might want to remove them for aesthetic purposes. If you are uncertain about which remedy or treatment is best for you, it is best to consult a dermatologist who can customize a treatment to your specific skin requirements.
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