Causes And Treatment For Dark Circles Under Eyes
Background: What Causes Dark Circles Under Eyes?
The delicate skin around the eye area ages faster that the rest of the face so you need to pay special attention to it. As we age, the skin covering the eyelids thins which can cause the blood vessels to become more visible. This emphasis darker lower eyelids.
A lack of sleep or tiredness makes the skin look paler which highlights blue and red capillaries under the eyes which can cause dark circles. Dark eyelids can also be caused from swelling in your lower eyelids. When you’re lying down, gravity causes fluid to collect in your lower eyelids, which may create shadows below your eyes.
Oxidation of hemoglobin in the blood in the capillary matrix of the peri-orbital eye areas also results in Dark eye circles and bags. These capillaries deposit blood around your sensitive eye area and the blood turns a deep purple color which oxidizes through a process called hemoglobin degradation, thus creating a dark bluish-red pigmentation that gives the dark circles and puffed eye appearance.
Genes can also play a part in the thinning of the eye lids as it can be inherent. Dark eyelids and shadows can also appear from the collection of excessive fluid which gathers in the lower eye areas.
Whether you’ve inherited the dark circles under your eyes or are just suffering from fatigue, there are ways to recover your beautiful eyes again.
How to Treat Dark Circles Under Eyes?
Use products containing collagen and vitamin k. If you have a vitamin k deficiency it can cause dark circles. Vitamin k is essential for preventing blemishes and puffy eyes.
Using collagen prevents the premature aging of the skin around the eyes and promotes wrinkle reduction. Use products such as our argireline anti aging cream and collagen serum which contains both vitamin k and collagen, for effective results.