Welcome to Bags Under the Eyes Treatment

As one ages, gravity becomes one’s biggest enemy.  Our skin seems to be affected the most. It starts to droop and sag right in front of our eyes, not to mention underneath them. Bags under eyes are a common and inevitable sign of aging.

In most cases, the dark circles under the eyes are blood vessels that can be seen through the skin. The skin around the eyelids (periorbital skin) is the thinnest skin in the body (around 0.5 mm thick compared with 2mm in other areas). Like varicose veins, dark circles under the eyes are usually an inherited trait. When blood passes through the large veins close to the surface of the skin, it can produce a bluish tint. The more transparent the skin—also an inherited trait—the darker the circles appear. In people with a deep-set bone structure, shadowing can also contribute to the dark color under the eyes.

Do you have ugly bags under your eyes? Are you finding it hard to get rid of dark circles under your eye? The good news is that according to the Mayo Clinic bags under the eyes are usually a cosmetic concern which usually does not require specific medical treatment. However, one should rule out medical issues by consulting a licensed physician or skin doctor before ruling out medical issues.

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Simple bags under eyes treatments:

  • Treat it for temporarily relief with these household items like: frozen green tea bags, cut cold cucumber slices.
  • Some people have testified that hemorrhoid treatment Preparation H can help reduce the bags under the eyes; use the cream not the oily ointment (be very careful not to get this inside of your eyes.)
  • Make up under the eyes helps by putting the foundation on before the concealer (if your eyes get darker or puffier from the concealer then is best to try a product that is unscented and without fragrance; the acids in these products can irritate the skins and cause the eyes to swell)
  • If your circles are the result of vascular issues,double up on pillows at night to stop blood from building up under your eyes. In the morning, apply a cold compress for about five minutes to constrict the blood vessels, says Jeannette Graf, an associate clinical professor of dermatology at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, in New York City. Use an eye cream with caffeine, which helps constrict vessels (try Lancôme Rénergie Microlift R.A.R.E. Intense Repositioning Eye Lifter; $72,).
  • Flavonol-rich dark chocolate (an ounce a day) and foods full of omega-3 fatty acids (salmon, walnuts) may improve blood flow to the skin, says Lisa Drayer, a registered dietitian in New York City.
  • For allergy-induced circles, consider taking an over-the-counter antihistamine before allergies begin to abate shadows.
  •  Drink plenty of fluids and avoid substances that tend to dehydrate you such as caffeine. 
  • Potatoes are said to have natural astringent properties. Peel raw potatoes. Cut in half. Place the halves over your eyes for 10 minutes. The potato will cool your eyes and any swelling will decrease. Try grated potato.Simply grate a fresh potato and apply it to your eyes for 15 minutes, then rinse.