What is Dark Circle Under Eyes?
We know that some chronic illnesses also cause this problem to arise, although it is generally considered that genetic causes trigger the Dark Circle Under Eyes that cause elderly people to look tired, exhausted, and even insomnia.
The number of patients who tell us that they need to apply make-up tricks each morning in order to cover the Dark Circle Under Eyes is very high. You will get temporary and even impractical results from homemade cures or cosmetic applications that you will apply for Dark Circle Under Eyes. For this reason, it will be the most comfortable option to focus on the most effective solution by investigating the causes of the problem.
Why does Dark Circle Under Eyes Occur?
If there are dark circles under your eyes during the morning after a good sleep, this is an unusual thing. Fatigue or insomnia is not the only reason for dark circles under the eyes.
Dark circles under your eyes can occur for a variety of reasons. Loss of fat, muscle, and bone observed throughout the body with the advancing age is apparent around the eye much more quickly and distinctly. In the aging process, the fat layer that is lost as a natural consequence of tissue loss can trigger the Dark Circle Under Eyes.
Another cause of Dark Circle Under Eyes is that the skin around the eye and blood vessels tend to darken with genetic inheritance. The skin texture that surrounds the eyelids is the region with the thinnest skin of your body. While other areas have a skin thickness of 2 mm, the skin around the eye is only about 0.5 mm thick.
The blood below the skin has a red color tone, which occurs when the thinned eye is absorbed by the light at its periphery and reflected in a bluish tone. The reflection of the blood passing through the veins close to the surface with a bluish tint results in the purple and bluish enclosure of the genetically much thinner eye area. Moreover, this problem is considered to be one of the reasons for the under-eye bags in advanced ages.
Nasal obstruction can cause a color change in the skin area which is very sensitive. The nasal structure or any obstructive condition should be corrected primarily by Rhinoplasty operations. For this, you can find out if the problem is caused by your nose or not. Take some salted water in your nose, relieve your breathing and repeat it for a few days, if you still have bruises, it can be said that the problem is caused by the nose.
We can also observe that Dark Circle Under Eyes occur as a result of chronic kidney disorders or of an allergy to the lower eyelid.
We know that smoking and alcohol and unhealthy nutrition triggers Dark Circle Under Eyes.
In short, we can list the causes of Dark Circle Under Eyes as follows:
- Loss of volume on the cheeks
- Lack of fat tissue around the eye
- Looseness of the lower eyelid
- Thinning of under-eye skin
- Smoking and alcohol use
- Solar damage-induced hyperpigmentation
- Extreme coffee and tea consumption
- Insomnia or absence of quality sleep
- Bad nutrition
- Nasal obstruction
- Medical reasons such as eczema or thyroid
- Venous obstruction at eye blood vessels
- Environmental problems
Treatment of Dark Circle Under Eyes
The treatment of Dark Circle Under Eyes today is beneficial in solving the problem with different medical and surgical applications. We aim to get maximum benefit by offering different protocols to our patients in our clinics for Dark Circle Under Eyes treatment. The cause of the problem is examined before the Dark Circle Under Eyes is treated. If your Dark Circle Under Eyes is triggered by another problem that can be treated, we emphasize treating the main trigger first.
The appearance of blood vessels in purple reveals Dark Circle Under Eyes. It is possible to convert this dark frame to normal skin color by using IPL and laser technologies.