5 Causes for Dark Circles Under Eyes

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Having ugly dark circles under your eyes can be pretty embarrassing especially if they are big and noticeable. Many people know that sleep deprivation is one of the causes of dark circles and that is true, but it’s not the only reason. There are many other causes of dark circles under your eyes.

Mentioned Below Are 5 Causes For Dark Circles:


Having dark circles under your eyes can run in families. They mostly appear during childhood but some children lose them while others never do.


Most people know that sleep deprivation causes dark circles but only some know that oversleeping does too.


As people get older they get thinner skin and they lose fat and collagen surrounding their eyes. This causes their eyes to look as if there are dark circles under them.


The type of lifestyle you have can have an impact on your skin. Drinking or smoking too much can cause dark circles. Having too much coffee or using cocaine or amphetamines can cause sleep deprivation which leads to dark circles under your eyes.

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Sun Exposure

Too much exposure to the sun allows your skin to produce a pigment that gives skin its color, Melanin. Sunlight also darkens your skin causing the dark circles to appear even darker.

Treatment For Dark Circles

If your dark circles are there because you are not getting enough sleep then the most logical way to get rid of it will be to sleep earlier so that you get that much-needed rest. If your dark circles are there for any other reason then there are a variety of treatments including eye creams, light therapy, skin resurfacing and injectable fillers. But, if anyone has a serious medical condition, then it’s important to consult with Best Skin Specialist in Lahore, Karachi, Islamabad or main cities of Pakistan where you belong.

Dark Circles can also be a sign of having a more serious illness. If you notice swelling or discoloration under your eyes or if they appear all of a sudden.

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