Under eye, circles can be a serious beauty blemish for people of all ages. They may occur because of very fair skin, extreme tiredness, a poor skin care regimen or some other disease or condition. Because they highlight one of the most viewed facial features, they can be seen as a flaw in many people’s minds. Thankfully, there are numerous ways to solve or reduce this problem depending on the treatments one is willing to undergo.
Eye Creams and Serums
Using an eye cream every day can help to lighten these dark circles over time. At night, an anti-aging treatment can be used, which should have a targeted active ingredient, such as vitamin C or retinol. Some also have hydroquinone, which is a skin lightening chemical. During the day, a cream can be used that stimulates the skin to glow and consequently gives individuals an awake feeling around the eyes.
Individuals who are willing to go under the knife may opt for a blepharoplasty, which is a longer-term solution to dark bags and circles. This surgery is appropriate for those who have baggy skin beneath the eyes. During the procedure, excess skin and fatty tissues are removed, and the underlying muscles are tightened.
Lasers can lighten the skin around the eyes particularly if the skin is loose and sagging. Several treatments may be needed to experience the best results. Lasers work on the blood vessels under the skin that cause the dark pigmentation.
Tear Trough Treatment
A newer treatment is the tear trough surgery. This treatment is not an actual surgery but rather fills the dark areas around the under eye with rejuvenating fillers. Vollure and Volbella are the two options that have been approved for this. These are appropriate for under eye circles without additional puffiness.