When you are sleep-deprived, blood is not able to flow properly to the area around the eyes. As a result, blood that accumulates under the eyes can be seen because the skin in this area is very thin. In addition to dark circles, lack of sleep also makes the eyes look swollen and the facial appearance become dull.
Prolonged exposure to television, computer or mobile phone screen can lead to eye strain, a condition characterised by dilated blood vessels around the eyes. As a result, the skin around the eyes becomes darker.
When the eyes are exposed to sunlight, the body’s melanin production can lead to pigmentation in the skin surrounding the eyes, resulting in a darker appearance.
Dehydration can contribute to the appearance of panda eyes. When your body is dehydrated, your skin becomes dull and dry, making dark circles more visible.
Panda eyes can also be passed down in families, for example if either of your parents have it, you may have the condition too. In addition, people who have darker skin are also more at risk of developing panda eyes.
Although it can affect anyone, panda eyes are more common in people with darker skin as darker skin tones are more prone to hyperpigmentation around the eye area.
One common cause of panda eyes is the natural aging process.
As we age, the production of collagen and elastin, which provide structural support to the skin, gradually decreases. The thinning of the skin can cause dark eye circles to become more prominent.
Loss of volume in the areas surrounding the eyes, including the cheeks and temples, can cause the eyes to appear sunken. The hollowed-out area beneath the eyes can create shadows, which can make the under-eye area appear darker. This shadowing effect can intensify the appearance of dark circles.
Though generally not a serious health problem, panda eyes can be a frustrating beauty concern for many suffering from it. Dark circles under the eyes can be divided into two categories,
While dark circles caused by pigmentation can be addressed easily, for example, getting a good night’s sleep or applying makeup to cover the dark colour under the eyes, the most effective option to address dark circles caused by volume loss or sunken eyes would be under eye filler.
That’s because under-eye filler treatment, also known as tear-trough filler, focuses on improving skin thickness and elasticity and plump the under-eye area to reduce the appearance of dark circles.
Most fillers used to treat dark circles are hyaluronic acid based. Hyaluronic acid gives volume to our tissues.
If your under-eye area appears to be sunken, whose dark circles are unrelated to lifestyle habits, or if you have volume loss and fat pad bulging under the eyes as a result of aging, then yes, under-eye fillers are for you!
Fillers fill the areas below the lower eye bag to smooth out the face and reduce shadowing.
However, dermal fillers cannot treat dark circles caused by hyperpigmentation.
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