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  • Causes?

    If you get plenty of sleep and still have dark circles under your eyes, that’s not unusual. Fatigue isn’t the only reason for under-eye circles. What appear to be under-eye circles are sometimes just shadows cast by puffy eyelids or hollows under your eyes that develop as a normal part of aging.
    Here are some of the most common causes of true under-eye circles.

    • Allergies
    • Atopic dermatitis (eczema)
    • Heredity — dark under-eye circles can run in families
    • Lifestyle factors, such as physical or emotional stress, smoking, or chronic alcohol use can take a toll on your appearance
    • Nasal congestion (which can dilate and darken the veins that drain from your eyes to your nose)
    • Pigmentation irregularities — these are a particular concern for people of color, especially blacks and Asians
    • Rubbing or scratching your eyes
    • Sun exposure, which prompts your body to produce more melanin, the pigment that gives skin its color
    • Thinning skin and loss of fat and collagen — common as you age — can make the reddish-blue blood vessels under your eyes more obvious
  • Treatment

    Mild to Moderate dark circles often respond well to simple and inexpensive treatments, such as:

      • Cold- Try a cold compress, two chilled teaspoons or a bag of frozen peas wrapped in a soft cloth to temporarily reduce dilated and discolored under-eye blood vessels. Or try a cooled, used teabag.
      • Extra pillows. Elevate your head with two or more pillows to prevent puffiness that develops when fluid pools in your lower eyelids.
      • Extra sleep. Although short nights don’t usually cause under-eye circles, a lack of sleep makes you paler and more hollow-eyed, so shadows and circles you already have are more obvious.
      • Dark glasses and sunscreen. Although a tan might hide dark circles in the short term, in the long run, the extra pigment it produces can make circles worse.
      • Saline washes or sprays. Rinsing your sinuses with a saltwater solution (mix 1/4 teaspoon sea salt with 2 cups warm water) or over-the-counter saline spray can help relieve nasal congestion.
      • Cosmetics. Hundreds of skin creams that claim to reduce or prevent under-eye circles crowd department store and drugstore shelves. The results of one study showed that a serum containing plant-based compounds, including root extracts and Brazilian suma, significantly improved the appearance of dark under-eye circles.
      • Camouflage. The right concealer can do just that — hide dark circles. If the circles under your eyes are bluish, use a peach-colored concealer, not one that’s white or gray. And avoid scented products and those containing salicylic or glycolic acid, which can irritate delicate eye tissue, making redness and swelling worse


      • Eye Shine Protocol involves in three steps.
      • Step 1: For tightening the under eyes as the skin will be very thin
      • Step 2: Reduce the production of dark pigments by doing a peel
      • Step 3: Whatever the skin darkness is there, we do a protocol where we lighten the entire darker skin

    So generally, every time we do a session it takes around 1 – 2.5 hours, we find instant results of 20% reduction of the pigmentation

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