Dark Circles

Adults are more concerned about dark circles under the eyes than nearly any other aging-related problem (besides wrinkles).

There’s a psychological element to dark circles. They can influence how people see you; friends and colleagues may think you’re sad or depressed. They give away how much (or how little) sleep you’ve had.

There’s no easy cure for dark circles. If you’re able to be more mindful of rubbing your eyes, managing your allergies and monitoring how you sleep, you may see some positive effects. Reducing the levels of salt, alcohol, and nicotine you consume could also help.

The skin around your eyes is different from the skin around much of the rest of your body.

Causes of Dark Circles-

Idiopathic, familial and genetic, fatigue, anxiety, dehydration, excessive sun exposure, drugs, hormonal causes, Medications, pregnancy, and breastfeeding.

Extravasation of haemoglobin breakdown leading to deposition of Melanin haemosiderin and biliverdin.  Loss of elasticity and turgor as a result of collagen and/or elastin loss, Subcutaneous fat atrophy further accentuate the appearance of dark circles. Restoring volume to the periorbital area using various methods has increased in popularity.

Dark circles in a young girl

Dark circles in a 35-year-old woman. She also has a loss of elasticity and turgor.

Substantial improvement in dark circles with ‘AN UNIQUE APPROACH TREATMENT’ at RD Clinic.