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Dark Circles Under Eyes

Dark circles are mostly caused by genetics. A lifestyle with too much sun exposure and dehydration can also exacerbate the appearance of dark circles. Dark circles may become more prominent as people age because your cells can lose elasticity over time.

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What Are Dark Circles Under Eyes?

Dark circles under eyes can happen to anyone. The condition may not have as much to do with your sleep schedule as you think. Genetics can be largely to blame.

The skin under the eyes is thinner than elsewhere on the face. Because your skull is concave in that area, the skin tone there can appear blue, purple or brown.

Plus, many people have tear trough hollows. These are the indentations that appear at an angle from the inner corner of the eye to the cheek. Sometimes, the skin in this area is darker than the rest of your face.

If you don’t have a lot of fat in this area, it can appear gaunt and sunken. Most people’s under eye circles usually become more prominent as they age too. That’s because your cells may lose elasticity. You might develop bags under the eyes as your skin changes with every birthday. Dehydration, your diet and certain medications can also worsen the condition.

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How Can You Correct Dark Circles Under Eyes?

Your lifestyle can influence your dark circles. Wearing sunscreen, covering that part of your face with sunglasses and drinking plenty of water can optimise your genetic destiny. But you can get an added boost with certain cosmetic treatments.

Dermal Fillers can fill in the cheekbones. This can add plumpness and prevents the loss of volume in your cheeks from making your eyes sag. Doing this can add structural support to the under eye area and can diminish tear trough hollows and darkness. Adding volume to the cheeks can also be necessary for correcting puffy under eye bags.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQS)

There are different types of dermal fillers. However, the most common contain hyaluronic acid. This is a substance that occurs naturally in the skin and can provide moisture and elasticity. 

Hyaluronic acid usually stays in the tear trough for about six to nine months. However, the length of time can depend on your body structure, your metabolism and the type and amount of filler that’s used. One of the benefits of using hyaluronic acid for the procedure is that it can be reversed if you’re not happy with the way it looks. 

You can go back to your daily routine immediately after this procedure. But you should avoid exercise for 24 hours. Patients with dermal fillers should not get a facial massage for two weeks after treatment. 

Treatments That Can Help

Dermal Fillers

Procedure Time: 30-45 Minutes
No. of Treatments: 1

Disclaimer: We are all unique. This means that treatment plans, the results, down time and recovery following treatment will vary from patient to patient. The information presented on this website should be used as a guide only.

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