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If you suffer from early morning dark eye circles and you know exactly what sort of under eye dark circles you have, it will be challenging for you to find a way to get the dark circles to fade away.

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Types of under Dark eye circles

There are basically three types of dark eye circles that you may experience from:

  • Hyper-pigmentation
  • Blue circles
  • Brown circles

Each of these different categories of dark eye circles has its own ways of curing them.

Hyper-pigmentation circle under eyes -  People that are mostly effected by this dark rings under eyes are mainly people from Africa, Eastern India and Latin or people with the more darker tone of skin and this is the case because melanin in the skin around your eyes. When this accrues, the area around your eyes will look much more darker then other parts of your face.

Blue circles under eyes -  The skin under your eyes are very fragile and thin, blood highly concentrated with oxygen will make the veins under your eyes turn in to a more bluish color, hence the name Blue circles. Different ways of getting Blue circles under your eyes come from thinning of skin with age because subcutaneous fats are lost and this causes your skin around your eyes become more transparent. During the mornings are when Blue circles under eyes are most visible.

There are several different ways in treating these blue circles, there are many different tropical creams for dark circles which are the most recommended. This cream helps constrict blood vessels or increase circulation of blood including caffeine. Another completely different way of curing blue circles which is very effective at the same time is by using PRP platelet rich with plasma which thickens skin and stimulates collagen around the skin region

Brown circles under eyes -  This is the final type of under eye dark circles which is Brown circles. These circles under eyes are quite alike with hyper-pigmentation circles but the only differences between them are their causes. Several causes of getting brown dark circles include rubbing eyes too much, exposure to sun and genetics. These are quite common in people from Africa, Latin America and Asia.

There are varieties of methods treating brown circles under eyes. One cure is getting TNS Eye Repair (treatment cream) that helps brighten your skin around your eye region.

Dark circles Under Eye Causes – Men, Women and Children

If you are having problems with dark circles under your eyes seek and find out what is the cause and find the best way to tackle them. Also decide to you want to treat it or abolish it completely.

Make sure you fix your personal lifestyle to try to prevent dark circles under your eyes specially too much exposure to the sun, as it can produce skin cancer, skin diseases, cosmetics and nasal congestion. If you are having troubles with dark circles, make sure you head over to your local dermatologist or doctor as they are very helpful.

Hereditary

In some people’s life, this problem flows in their bloodlines or even inherited, similar as the case of varicose veins. To people who suffer from this problem experience whenever blood streams through their eyelid skin, the veins are more visible and appear more bluish, this is because the people generally have more transparent eyelids making the veins more noticeable.

Mainly people from Hispanic, Italian and Mediterranean origins suffer from these dark under eyes and also people with deep-set eye bone structure. Exposure to too much sunlight makes it look more visible. If you have Hereditary dark circles under eyes make sure you use sunscreen when outside.

 

Allergies

Every type of allergic reaction that may cause itchy eyes is a common under eye dark circle cause. People that suffer with Hay fever will get dark under eye circles specially in the allergy season which is very noticeable. Other causes of dark circles under eyes are Asthma and Eczema.

 

Blood Dilating Medications

The most sensitive, delicate and thinnest skin of your body is your eyelids. Medications may cause that region to become stressed and will get dark circles under your eyes. When ever these types of medications are taken, your blood vessels will dilate creating dark spots under your eye.

 

Aging

Aging is one of the most common under eye dark circles you will recognize on elderly people. This is caused because as well all age our dark circles will become much more obvious and lasting. As we all age, our skin losses collagen further more it becomes thinner and much more transparent. Bad routines of expressive your face may be a reasons for the dark circle under your eyes that you have.

Poor Nutrition and Anemia

Having a poor lack of a balanced diet or not having enough nutrition in your life can be a factor of having dark circles under your eyes. Suffering from anemia will cause your eyelids skin to have discolored due to a poor lack of iron which causes dark circles under your eyes. Having a lack of good sleep reduces how much oxygen reaches your vital organs including eyes. Women during their pregnancy often effect the color of your eyelids, causing dark circles under your eyes.

 

Fatigue and lack of sleep

Lack of sleep is another common reason for dark circles under your eyes. This is because the blood veins turn much darker and bluish which makes dark circles much more obvious. There is many more reasons for why we get dark circles under our eyes then just a lack of sleep as we have just went over.

Liver problems

As research had fund, liver problems are another reason for why people get dark circles under their eyes and people that suffer with liver problems will have defiantly realized this at some point.

 

Peri-orbital Hyper pigmentation

Too much melanin around the eye is called periorbital hyper pigmentation which causes dark circles under the eye.

 

Personal Habits and lifestyles

Fun fact: Did you know your habits and lifestyle are among one of the biggest reasons for dark circles under eyes? Smoking, stress, too much consumption of alcohol and such habits are all factors of dark circles.

 

Exposure of Sunlight

Too much exposure to sunlight is another cause of dark skin under eyes. This is because sunrays are know to boost melanin pigmentation, making it move closer to your skin surface which create brown circles.

 

Body and Skin Dehydration

If your skin is too dry it tends to create unattractive dark circles. Make sure u drink lots of water through out the day to prevent dehydration and dryness of skin and also decrease the amount of salty foods other. This can also create wrinkles under your eyes.

 

Aggressive, Strong and Wrong makeup use

The use of eye makeup can brighten up your face and make it look charming but within reason. Make sure you read all ingredients used to make sure it doesn’t irritate your skin and cause dark circles. If you have sensitive skin make sure you do not use eye-shadow or eyeliners as it may cause allergies which can create dark circles.

 

Cost

What to do if you have dark circles: 

Treatment Info and Prices

Treatment options and the cost 

  • Topical mild skin whitening serum specifically designed to nourish and lighten the skin around the eyes.
  • Mild strength skin peels ( $110- $180 per treatment))
  • Gentle micro-dermabrasion  ( $130 per session)
  • 4-6 fortnightly Hydrafacial treatments
  • 6- 10 x  fortnightly Q-switch N-d Yag laser system at 1064 nm wavelength.

($110 per session)

*Disclaimer: Individual results may vary. All photographs represent one person's experience, and results may vary for each patient. All photographs are of actual patients from Instant Laser Clinic. The visible change in these photographs has occurred as a result of the procedure/s undertaken. Some before and after photos shown are not exact, in that they vary in light, contrast, clothing, background, distance from camera, hairstyle and make-up.