Dark circles under the eyes can simply be part of life, caused by fatigue or a bad cold. Also, the eyes are surrounded by a significant number of blood vessels, and that’s the main reason that we get dark circles under them. Genetics also play a role like your dark circles, as the thickness and radiance of your skin impact how much the blood beneath can be seen.
Temporary dark circles
Sleepless nights, sad movies and even allergies can give you telltale dark circles that can indicate you don’t feel well or aren’t well rested. But situational dark circles usually go away naturally.
Permanent dark circles
If you don’t come from a family that has always had dark circles, permanent dark circles are most likely due to aging. Add illness or lack of sleep and those dark circles can become even more pronounced.
Dark circles get worse as we age
As we develop more wrinkles, they increase the appearance of shadows that make the area beneath the eyes appear even darker. Also, the skin stretches and thins as we get older, allowing more light to penetrate the area beneath the eyes — and more light means darker circles. So for lots of reasons, many patients are looking for a way to get rid of their dark circles.
Surgery isn’t the only way to get rid of dark circles
A blepharoplasty procedure can help improve the appearance of dark circles, but there is also a non-surgical treatment that can be effective.
Dermal fillers can treat dark circles under the eyes
These three hyaluronic acid-based fillers are often used to improve the appearance of the skin around the eyes, safely and effectively:
Most injections take about fifteen minutes, and the results can last anywhere from six months to two years, depending on the filler used and the placement of the injections.
Treat your dark circles and more
Make an appointment today: In Pinole (East Bay) call (510) 724-8282; In Larkspur (North Bay) call (415) 461-5755.
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