Dark Circles

Dark Circles are dark, discolored patches that appear under the eyes. They can be caused by various factors such as lack of sleep, stress, genetics, or aging. Dark circles can make the eyes look tired and aged, affecting the overall appearance of the face.

More about Dark Circles

Dark circles, also known as periorbital hyperpigmentation, are a common concern among individuals of all ages. They can be caused by a variety of factors, including:

  • Lack of sleep: Insufficient sleep can lead to blood vessels under the eyes becoming dilated and dark circles appearing more prominent.
  • Genetics: Some people are more prone to developing dark circles due to inherited traits.
  • Age: As we age, the skin under the eyes becomes thinner, making blood vessels more visible and contributing to the appearance of dark circles.

While dark circles are not usually a cause for medical concern, they can detract from a person's appearance and may be a source of self-consciousness. There are several remedies and treatments available to help minimize the appearance of dark circles, including topical creams, lifestyle changes, and cosmetic procedures.