Dark circles under the eyes are a consequence of accumulated blood rich in oxygen, which can be seen through the skin under the eyes. Because the skin here is thinner than anywhere else on the body, the blood vessels are easier to see, giving the area a bluish appearance.

These dark circles are often associated with sleep deprivation but are more often associated with genetics and aging. As we age, we lose the subcutaneous fat that usually masks the blue color beneath the surface of the skin. This is why older people often have prominent dark circles under their eyes.

Some people also have a genetic predisposition for thinner skin regardless of age, which means that the blood vessels under their eyes show more clearly. People with a darker complexion may experience hyperpigmentation in this area. The skin around the eyes becomes darker due to the abundance of melanin, the pigment that gives the skin color.

Treatments that successfully solve the problem of dark circles are hyaluronic fillers, own plasma (PRP method), mesotherapy …

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