Once a person understands why dark circles develop under their eyes, they can select an appropriate treatment. Some people change their lifestyle habits, while others turn to treatments and products that they find in beauty stores.
Dark circles under the eyes are usually caused by being tired. Some of the more common causes of dark circles under the eyes include: Heredity. Dark circles under the eyes can appear in childhood, and are often an inherited trait. Allergies. Nasal congestion can dilate the blood vessels that drain from the area around your eyes, causing them to darken. Sometimes, what appear to be dark circles under your eyes may merely be shadows cast by puffy eyelids or hollows under your eyes that develop as a normal part of aging. Some of the most common causes of true under-eye circles are: Rubbing or scratching your eyes
Reasons for dark circles are numerous.
WAYS TO COMBAT DARK CIRCLES
1. Get more sleep
2. Try a wedge pillow
3. Slice up some cucumbers (spa day optional)
4. Brew some tea (and place the bags over your eyes)
5. Use under-eye concealer to lessen the visability
6. Use a cold compress
7. Cut back on the salt
8. Get your antioxidants
9. Power up the potassium
10. Up the anti(histamines)
11. Reduce stress
12. Tap into an eye massage
13. Switch up your eye makeup remover
14. Use Lactic Acid
15. Use globe rollers
17. Try vitamin K
18. Use a caffinated eyecream
19. Retinoids please
â20. Vitamin C... you're welcome
The appearance of dark circles is typically a cosmetic issue and can affect anyone. Age is a factor, as are skin pigment and genetics. Certain lifestyle changes could improve dark circles.
In other cases, medical intervention may be necessary to show your dark circles the light. A dermatologist can give you peace of mind and suggest possible medical treatments.
Milli Femme is a professional MUA, Beauty Advisor, mother of 4, entreprenuer, and an overall creative.