You have flawless skin except for the shadows beneath your eyes. Lack of sleep is often piled with the blame for those dark bluish circles surrounding your eyelids. Yes, it is one of the causes for periorbital dark circles, but not the only. In many cases, the problem runs skin deep, showing up as a symptom of a more serious illness.
If you want to erase those dark circles permanently, you first need to know what’s causing them. So, here’s a list of the possible culprits.

Genetics –

It runs in the genes. The skin around the eyes is normally thinner than the skin covering the rest of the body. But in a few people it’s even thinner. The dark circles become noticeable when the blood pools in the area, for instance when you wake up in the morning, and usually fade away after a while.

Allergies –

An allergy is an immune response to a foreign substance, generally one your body regards harmful to health. As a reaction, your body produces antibodies. The blood vessels get inflamed and appear swollen. Dark circles could be the result of food allergies or seasonal allergies. For example, a nasal congestion enlarges and darkens the vessels the drain from the eyes into the nose.

Age –

Age-induced dark circles are caused due to thinning skin. As we grow older, the collagen fibers weaken, reducing its natural ability to regenerate. We also lose subcutaneous fat, which otherwise help to conceal your dark circles. Thus, they become more prominent. Dark circles that show up in old age tend to have a bluish tinge.

Sleep deprivation –

Lack of sleep doesn’t really give you dark circles, as in a skin discoloration. If you stay up round the clock, it makes your eyes appear puffy. This casts a shadow beneath your eyes. Hence, it is recommended that -you get at least 7-8 hours of sleep.

Dehydration –

If you don’t tick for any of the reasons above, your dark circles could be an obvious effect of dehydration. Lack of moisture in the skin prevents skin cell regeneration. Alcohol and smoking aggravates the problem of dehydration. Smoking also has an adverse impact on blood circulation.

Water retention –

An excess of water can be equally damaging to the appearance of your skin. Accumulation of fluids causes swelling under the eyes, simply making the shadows more noticeable.

Eye rubbing –

This is an action we do unconsciously. We rub out eyes when tired. For women, the removing makeup entails a sharp tugging action. Doing so damages the delicate periorbital skin tissue, also thinning it out on the bargain.

Prolonged sun exposure –

The more you expose your skin to the sun you run the risk of making your dark circles worse. Exposure to the sun causes hyperpigmentation, excess production of melanin, making the shadows more pronounced.

Medical Conditions –

Chronic dark circles could hint at more serious medical conditions such as liver or kidney dysfunction or some blood circulatory problem. It could also be the result of the Vitamin K deficiency.

In order to remove dark circles, a laser beam is passed over the surface of the skin which gently and precisely removes away Unwanted cells a layer at a time. It has been proven that Laser Skin Resurfacing can lighten skin tones as well as promote new collagen formation in the Skin, resulting in the Reduction of Dark Eye Circles and Lines.

Our advanced Q-Switched Lasers produce extremely short pulses of high energy light, which are absorbed by the dark pigment in your skin causing them to break down into tiny fragments. The minute particles of pigments are then disposed of naturally by the body’s own immune system, resulting in normal pigmentation and gradual disappearance.

  • Minimal Pain
  • All skin types can be treated effortlessly
  • Requirement of Anesthesia isn’t needed
  • Can be reduced in one session if the dark eye cicrle is faint
  • Deeper Dark eye cicrles will require multiple sessions every 2 to 4 weeks

What are the Unwanted Effects?

Sensitivity in the skin is unlikely but can occur. If it does occur it is usually in the form of some change in texture of the skin. This is more likely if you rub or over expose the treated area to the sun without any Sunscreen. The chances of it happening can be reduced by following the doctors prescription to the point throughout the course of treatment.

What is the Post-treatment aftercare ?

A Sunscreen lotion gets in the way of the laser light, so avoid the sun, or use a high SPF sunscreen, before and during treatment.Be gentle with the treated area until it has settled down so as to minimize the risk of scars. Avoid rubbing and scratching.

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