Dark Under Eye Circles
how to get rid of dark
under eye circles.
the Dark Circles and
Puffy Under Eye Bags!
It isn't rocket
Psst. . . get rid of those ugly puffy
eye bags too!
technology has makes easier, yet more stressful!
result can be a haggard, tired look from those dark circles that form
under the eyes.
A lot of people put in 16 to 20
hour days with work, family and leisure time. And the last four to
eight hours is spent in a fitful sleep.
result of a poor restless night's sleep, allergies
along with a host of other factors all contribute to those puffy, dark
under eye circles.
are dark circles?
Circles are deep shadows below the eyes. They can mask the energy and
vitality you feel with a haggard and tired look. Dark under eye circles
may be accompanied by swelling commonly referred to bags under the
dark under eye
circles may be caused either by stressful or incomplete sleep or a
deficiency of some nutrient like vitamin K. Some additional causes are
varicose veins, dark circles under the eyes can be an inherited trait.
If you have dark circles, there is a chance that others in your family
also have them. The skin under you eye may be very thin. When blood
passes through the large veins close to the surface of the skin it can
produce a bluish tint. The more transparent the skin you inherited, the
darker the circles can appear.
skeletal framework: Yet
another reason for increased dark circles is prominent cheekbones and
deep-set eyes. These create hollow contours below the eyes, the shadow
of which give the illusion of darkened skin under the eyes even though
they are really not present.
can occur with age,
when the tiny capillaries in the skin get weakened and thus leaky. The
fluid from these leaky capillaries along with the hemoglobin slowly
accumulates below the eyes, thereby forming the look of dark circles.
Changes and Allergies: Any
causes the eyes to itch can contribute to darker circles due to rubbing
or scratching the skin around them. Hay fever sufferers particularly
will notice under-eye "smudges" during the height of the allergy
season. Some food allergies can also cause the area under the eyes to
inflammation, chronic sun damage and the downward pull of gravity on
dark under eye circles result in to the puffiness, popularly know as
the "bags under the eyes".