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Dark Circles Under Eyes

Aging, genetics, fatigue and more can all cause dark circles under your eyes. But they usually aren’t a sign of a medical problem. While they aren’t typically a cause for concern, you may want to lighten their appearance for cosmetic reasons.range from home remedies such as cold compresses to medical procedures such as laser therapy.

 

Dark Circles Under Eyes

 


Why do I have dark circles under my eyes?


Although dark circles under your eyes are most commonly caused by fatigue, there are other causes as well, including:

  1. Allergies
  2. Allergic rhinitis (hay fever)
  3. Atopic dermatitis (eczema)
  4. Contact dermatitis
  5. Heredity
  6. Pigmentation irregularities
  7. Scratching or rubbing eyes
  8. Sun exposure

Another cause of dark circles is the natural aging process. When you age, you tend to lose fat and collagen, and your skin often thins. This can make the reddish-blue blood vessels under your eyes more prominent.

Also, as people age, they commonly develop puffy eyelids or hollows under their eyes. Sometimes these physical changes cast shadows that can appear to be dark circles under the eyes.

Dark circles may happen due to fatigue or as a natural sign of aging. If you find them bothersome, you can try reducing their appearance with cold compresses, tea bags, cucumber slices, skin-lightening cream, or from a dermatologist.

How to Get Rid of Dark Circles Permanently

Dark circles may happen due to fatigue or as a natural sign of aging. If you find them bothersome, you can try reducing their appearance with cold compresses, tea bags, cucumber slices, skin-lightening cream, or  from a dermatologist.

Are dark circles a serious health problem? Not really, but many people feel that dark circles under their eyes make them look tired, older, or unhealthy.

There are a number of methods — both natural and medically prescribed — that people use to get rid of, or  the appearance of, dark circles under their eyes. Although not all of these are permanent, with maintenance and consistency they will help reduce the appearance of dark circles.

 

How to get rid of dark circles 

There are a number of ways that people report they’ve eliminated or  the appearance of dark circles under their eyes. Everybody is different, so some of these remedies might not work for you.

As with any, it’s always a good idea to review your plans with your doctor before testing them out on yourself.

Sleep :

Fatigue and a lack of sleep can cause dark circles under your eyes. It can also make you look paler, which might make your dark circles appear darker. Make sure you’re getting seven to eight hours of sleep each night and practicing good sleep hygiene.

 

Sleep :

Cucumber:

Proponents of natural healing suggest chilling thick slices of cucumbers and then placing the chilled slices on the dark circles for about 10 minutes. Then rinse the area with water. Repeat this  twice a day.

Cucumber:


Tea bags:

Natural healers suggest soaking two teabags — use caffeinated tea — in warm water and then chilling the bags in the refrigerator for a few minutes. Place a bag on each eye. After five minutes, remove the teabags and rinse the area with cold water.

Tea bags:

Sun:


Reduce or eliminate sun exposure to your face.

 

Sun:

Medical 

Medical 
If home remedies do not get rid of dark circles under the eyes, a person can see their doctor or dermatologist for advice on medical 
Medical options include:

Vitamin E for Dark Circles: Does It Work?

There is some evidence to suggest that vitamin E may be helpful in reducing the appearance of dark circles under the eyes, but more research is needed to confirm this.

Dark circles under the eyes can be caused by a variety of factors, including genetics, aging, lack of sleep, dehydration, and allergies. Vitamin E is an antioxidant that can help protect the skin from damage caused by free radicals, which can contribute to the development of dark circles.

To use vitamin E for dark circles, you can apply vitamin E oil directly to the skin under your eyes. Alternatively, you can try incorporating more vitamin E- foods into your diet, such as nuts, seeds, spinach, and avocado.

 

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It's important to note that while vitamin E may be helpful in reducing the appearance of dark circles, it's unlikely to completely eliminate them. If your dark circles are persistent or severe, it's a good idea to speak with a dermatologist or healthcare professional to determine the underlying cause and explore other options.

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