Do you get a full night’s sleep but wake up in the morning still looking like you haven’t slept a wink thanks to those dark circles under your eyes? If you find yourself constantly researching the best eye creams for dark circles and always reach for the concealer in order to cover them up, you may find yourself wondering if there’s anything you can do to alleviate those dark circles under your eyes.
You’ll be pleased to know that yes, there are indeed options available to you beyond your trusty concealer. Here’s what you need to know about some of the ways in which you can alleviate those dark circles under your eyes.
Given that undereye circles can be the result of a variety of different factors, it’s helpful to know the potential causes. Depending on the cause of your dark circles, you may find one treatment method more helpful than another.
Usually, dark circles are just a sign of tiredness or aging and are not cause for concern. If tiredness is the cause, with rest, you will likely see improvement. However, if you find yourself with long-lasting dark circles under your eyes, you should see a dermatologist, as you may have an underlying condition that needs treatment.
Even if the only reason why you have dark circles under your eyes is because of a lack of sleep, you probably don’t want to go about your day with raccoon eyes. Here are some helpful ways you can alleviate those undereye circles.
This can help shrink the diluted blood vessels that lead to dark circles. There are a variety of different options for you here. You can use ice, you can use cold spoons, you can use a frozen bag of veggies. Hold the cold compress to your undereyes, and this will both brighten them and help you feel more awake.
You know how in the movies when a character gets a spa treatment, there’s the classic shot of them with cucumbers over their eyes? This is actually beneficial and can help you in your quest to alleviate your undereye circles. This is because cucumber has vitamin C and water in it, which can decrease puffiness.
While caffeine and alcohol are two things that you want to avoid ingesting while struggling with dark circles, putting cold tea bags over aforementioned circles can brighten them. This is because of the antioxidants and caffeine found in tea.
Some people find that adjusting their skincare routine can help with persistent dark circles. You should talk with your dermatologist about your concerns, of course, as they will be able to provide you with specific advice and product recommendations.
Sometimes, facials can improve the appearance of dark circles under your eyes. This is because of a mix of good skincare products and an invigorating massage which stimulates blood flow. Hydrafacials are an excellent option, given how they help with moisturizing your face and improving circulation.
Depending on your specific circumstances, your doctor may recommend laser therapy for your dark circles. While this may sound alarming, laser therapy can improve the appearance of broken blood vessels and help with the pigmentation in your skin.
If your dark circles are the result of something more permanent than just lack of sleep, such as genetics or aging, you may consider undereye fillers. Injectables can restore lost volume to your undereyes, helping you look more youthful and awake. You do need to have fillers redone on a fairly regular basis in order to maintain your results, but many people find them worth it.
These are but a few of the ways in which you can alleviate your undereye circles.
Regeneration Health Medical Spa provides a variety of treatment methods to help! From skincare recommendations to facials to injectables, we’re here to ensure that you feel confident in your skin. If you’re unsure of what option would be best for you, please don’t hesitate to contact us to schedule a consultation. If you do know what treatment you would like, you should also contact us so we can get you scheduled! We look forward to helping you achieve your beauty goals.
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