Infraorbital dark circles represent a common and multifactorial challenge in the world of aesthetic medicine and are the result of a variety of factors including deep facial anatomy, soft tissue changes, as well as contributions from the skin.Dark circles occur due to different factors like age, hyperpigmentation, genetics, hay fever or eye strain. When the under eyelid skin is thinner than usual, it can cause the blood vessels beneath to become more visible causing dark circles, puffiness and sunken eyes.
Pigmented dark circles could be brown or black. This condition, technically called idiopathic hyperchromia of the orbital ring is caused by excessive production of melanin in the skin of the eyelids, for congenital or acquired reasons.
Bags under eyes are caused when the tissue structures and muscles supporting your eyelids weaken. The skin may start to sag, and fat that’s usually around the eye can move into the area below your eyes. Also, the space below your eyes can gather fluid, making the area look puffy or swollen.
Daily habits also affect the appearance of dark circles, such as:
- Getting adequate sleep: fatigue and a lack of sleep can cause dark circles under eyes.
- Elevate your head with a couple of extra pillows to prevent fluid from collecting under eyes at night.
- Stay hydrated: taking in more water throughout the may possibly reduce those puffy dark circles.
- Consumption of salt: excessive consumption of salt leads to water retention.
- Anemia or an iron deficiency can result in dark circles as not enough oxygen reaches the body’s tissues.
- Drinking alcohol: that causes the small blood vessels in the skin to dilate or expand, so dark circles my become prominent.
- Smoking worsens under-eye bags and dark circles breaking down collagen.
The best way to significantly reduce them is to have professional treatments and take preventative measures. Through mesotherapy treatments, the synthesis of melanin in the eye area can be blocked, as well as the elimination of blood waste in the microcirculatory system around the eyes strengthens the extra thin skin on the lower eyelid. To avoid fluid extravasation, it is possible to use active ingredients that improve the periorbital vasculature in the area. These active ingredients can also reduce swelling in the area to reduce puffiness in the eyes.
A balanced formula with ingredients like Addwhite®, Chrysin, N-hydroxysuccinimide, Retinol, Oligopeptide-1, Tetrapeptide-7, Tetrapeptide-5, Dipeptide-2, Hesperidin, Caffeine, Niacinamide and 3-O-E-Ascorbic acid can be used to treat:
Dark circles caused by hyperpigmentation.
- Eye edema below lower lid that gives appearance of puffiness.
- To avoid the increase of the vasculature in the area, avoiding angiogenesis.
- To reinforce the extra thin skin in the area.
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