Saturday, 2 July 2016
Do you have dark circles under your eyes? If you do, you might have tried putting on creams or even using cucumbers on them. That might solve the problem for a few hours, but not matter what you do, those remedies won’t remove dark circles permanently. One of the best ways to remove the tired look or erase aging symptoms is through surgery.
The skin tissue under your eye is one of the thinnest skins on the body. This is one of the main reasons why you may have dark circles. Another reason is if you have a large amount of blood vessels that flow directly underneath the skin, the purplish and bluish tints are the capillaries and veins.
Along with dark circles under the eyes comes puffiness that may be caused by fat deposits. When this happens, an ophthalmologist may choose to perform blepharoplasty surgery. Fat deposits may be removed or sagging, or loose skin may be re-contoured. A mid face lift may also be an ideal solution if you have dark circles under your eyes.
If surgery is a bit extreme for you, non-invasive and semi-invasive procedures may also be used. An ophthalmologist may inject dermal fillers under the eyes to make puffiness less obvious. Another way is to use carbon dioxide laser skin resurfacing.
To find out which is the best solution for dark circles under your eyes, consult with an ophthalmologist. Remember that surgery alone will not be the complete solution for the complete dissolution of dark circles. If you continue with an unhealthy lifestyle, the dark circles under your eyes may reappear again. It is also important to stick to a strict skin care regimen. Always wear sunscreen, especially when you are going out under the sun. Wearing sunglasses can be very helpful, too, to add extra protection for your thin under eye skin.