Under-eye discolorations can stem from childhood and may be a typical facial feature. They can also be a sign of aging skin and premature aging. Skin discolorations tend to appear when the area is congested; they can also emerge from sun damage and get darker as we get older. The skin under the eye gets thinner as we age. Thin skin is a prevalent complaint. It takes time to undo discolorations that appear from have thin areas. While there is no easy cure-all fix, you can minimize the dark circles' look and brighten up the under-eye area.
Look for an eye care product that includes:
Getting plenty of rest can help minimize the appearance of dark circles.
A common reason for the appearance is congestion in the nasal passages, sometimes due to allergies. Poor drainage of blood in the veins can also be a cause. If you have seasonal allergies, taking medication can help reduce congestion.
If you are genetically predetermined to have prominent dark circles, not much can be done. But you can use a concealer to brighten the area instantly.
Aging skin becomes thin and looks darker. Use eye-specific products that target thin lids with collagen-boosting peptides, skin-lightening peptides, and skin-renewal.
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Kari Thomas wrote this article.