The skin of the eyelids is 10 times thinner than that of the rest of the face, which is why the bluish color of the blood vessels found in this area is more noticeable. Occasionally the dark circle appears sunken and with a grayish tone, due to irregular vascular drainage in the area. Taking into account that the skin of dark circles is more sensitive, this also makes them vulnerable to external aggressions, for this reason special care is recommended in the area.
- fatigue, tiredness, poor sleep, genetics or convalescing from an illness.
There are different ways to remove them:
- Peeling: It consists of the application of specific products (acids) chosen by the professional, in order to eliminate pigments. In most cases, a single session is enough. It is important to bear in mind that after its application a scab will form that will last between 7 and 10 days, after which a new, renewed skin will appear.
- Hyaluronic Acid Infiltrations: With the peeling the dark circles will disappear but not the molar cleft consisting of a depression that appears in the tear duct and extends through the upper part of the cheekbone. This molar cleft contributes to giving the face a tired appearance. His solution consists in filling it with micro-injections of hyaluronic acid and vitamins.
- Surgery: Through surgery we were able to remove excess skin and “pockets of fat” found on our eyelids. On many occasions, surgery is combined with the previous treatments to obtain optimal results.