What Can I Do About the Deep, Dark Circles Under My Eyes?

Even if you’re feeling alert and vibrant, dark rings below your eyes can make you appear blah exhausted and blah. While you can’t always prevent the circles, you can take steps to reduce their appearance.

At Anushka Med Spa, Dr. Bonnie K. Marting, aka “Dr. Bonnie,” and her expert aesthetic team provide dermal fillers and chemical peels to help rejuvenate the area under your eyes so you’ll look more youthful and rested. Read on to learn more about under-eye circles and these helpful treatments.

Dark under-eye circle causes

Most anyone can develop dark undereye circles but several factors increase your risk, including:

Solutions for deep, dark circles

Addressing under-eye circles starts with understanding your own contributing factors. If you’re lacking sleep and drinking too little water, for example, improving sleeping and hydration habits may help. Particularly for under-eye circles that appear quite dark and deep, however, lifestyle changes usually only go so far. And if you’ve lost volume in your under-eye area due to aging, no amount of sleep, fluids, or other shifted habits will reverse that.

Under-eye fillers

Dermal fillers help rejuvenate your skin by restoring lost volume instantly. Our injectable dermal fillers contain a synthetic form of hyaluronic acid (HA), a substance your body produces. In addition to filling in concave skin areas, HA helps by adding lubrication and helping your skin to better hold moisture. 

Dr. Bonnie and her team provide several popular and effective fillers, including Restylane®, Restylane Silk®, and Juvéderm Volbella®, for a more supple and youthful under-eye appearance. You’ll not only have less shallowness but less dark shadowing.

Monthly chemical peels

Chemical peels can also help reduce deep, dark under-eye circles. For this treatment, your provider will apply a light to moderate acid solution to the skin in the treatment area. This solution gently does away with the top layer of your skin, revealing brighter, more refreshed-looking skin underneath. 

By having chemical peels on a regular basis, such as every four weeks, you may notice fewer wrinkles, less sagging, and reduced discoloration in the area. Chemical peels also prompt your skin to produce more collagen and elastin, two substances that provide a smooth, vibrant look and that your body produces less of overtime.

To learn more about our minimally-invasive treatments for dark under-eye circles, call our office at 561-264-6896 or send us a message through our website. We would love to help you reach your aesthetic goals and feel more confident about your appearance.

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