Dark Circles

Dark circles refer to the discoloration or pigmentation that appears as dark, often purplish or bluish, circles or bags under the eyes. They can make the eyes look tired, aged, or unhealthy. Several factors contribute to the development of dark circles, including: Genetics, age, fatigue and lack of sleep: Insufficient sleep or poor quality of sleep can contribute to the development of dark circles, allergies, dehydration, sun exposure, skin tone, smoking

The Best Treatment Options

Skin Boosters:

Skin boosters are a type of cosmetic treatment designed to improve the overall quality and hydration of the skin. They involve the injection of a gel-like substance, typically hyaluronic acid, into the deeper layers of the skin. Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring substance in the body that helps retain moisture and maintain skin elasticity.

Dermal Fillers:

These are injectable treatments that can help plump up the skin and fill in the lines, creating a smoother appearance.

Skin Care:

Over-the-counter or prescription creams containing retinoids, peptides, or antioxidants can help improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. These creams work by increasing collagen production and promoting skin cell turnover.

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