Say Goodbye to Dark Circles & Puffy Eyes: Unveil Your Brighter, Refreshed Look!
Dark circles and puffy eye are common concerns and can have various causes. Here’s an overview of what causes them and some ways to reduce them.
Some people can be genetically predisposed to having darker skin under their eyes, which make dark circles look more noticeable.
2. THIN SKIN
Thin skin is much thinner under eyes, which can make blood vessels more visible and create a darker appearance.
As you age, the skin loses collagen and becomes thinner and more hollow casting shadows that appear like dark circles.
4. LACK OF SLEEP
Lack of sleep may also lead to a fluid buildup beneath your eyes, causing them to appear puffy. The skin can look paler, which accentuates dark circles.
When you have an allergic reaction, your body releases histamines to fight off the invader. This may cause itchy, red, and puffy eyes. Scratching the itchy skin may cause inflammation, swelling, and broken blood vessels, leading to post-inflammatory pigmentation.
Fluid retention in this delicate area, can be from hormone fluctuations, excessive salt intake or dietary factors.
Dehydration can cause skin to become dull and make dark circles look more noticeable.
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