As we age our eyes are usually the very first part of our body that begin to show their age. The muscles around the eye begin to relax causing the lower eyelids to appear baggy and the upper eyelids to sag, whilst circles and bags under the eyes can develop along with ‘crow’s feet’, lines and wrinkles around the eyes. All these mentioned effects hence can be easily triggered and accelerated by lots of sun-exposure,poor diet and smoking.
Eye rejuvenation treatments refer to techniques designed to rejuvenate the appearance of the eye and eyelid area. Most men and women each year are more likely to go under all kind of surgical treatments related to eye rejuvenation whether it be blepharoplasty, eye-bag removal or even brow-lift, making it the most common plastic procedures performed.
Dark circles under the eyes are a fairly common cosmetic problem for both men and women. Genetics can predispose you to getting these blemishes, especially if you have fair, thin skin. Caused by blood pooling under the eyes, dark circles show more prominently when the skin is fair. Seasonal allergies, loss of collagen, vascular issues, hormonal imbalances and diet can cause excessive puffiness, bloating and blood pooling.
Puffy eyes and dark circles under the eyes occur for many reasons, including inherited facial features, allergies, stress, eye fatigue and individual skin characteristics such as texture.
While certain home remedies such as soothing cucumber slices — or even anti-hemorrhoid creams such as Preparation H — may temporarily relieve puffy eyes, a more long-lasting solution depends on the underlying cause.
What Causes Ordinary Puffy Eyes and Dark Circles Under the Eyes?
Ordinary swelling around the eyes means you have an excessive accumulation of fluids, called edema, in surrounding skin tissue. Because the skin around the eyes is the thinnest skin in the body, swelling and discoloration can be quite prominent. But why does fluid accumulate to form puffy eyes in the first place?
Edema around the eyes generally results from a variety of factors, including:
- Overconsumption of salt, which causes fluid retention
- Allergies that can cause inflammation and swelling
- Sinus problems
- Fatigue and lack of sleep
- Inherited facial features
- Fat Pad is protrude
- Melasma and Freckle
While the last answer isn't very satisfying, it's true that many people have puffy eyes because this trait simply runs in the family. With aging, eye puffiness can be caused in part when fatty tissue that ordinarily protects the eye inside the bony eye socket begins to push forward and fill in spaces below the eye.
This happens because aging processes cause thinning of the membrane or "septum" that ordinarily holds back fat in both the upper and lower eyelids. As the membrane thins, the fat herniates and pushes forward. This is when bags or bulges start forming under the eye.
Before considering undergo anything invasive we have mentioned above, it is important to know that eye rejuvenation can be made non-invasively with non-ablative techniques such as Lasers, Filler or Patelate Rich Plasma (PRP) injection to improve your collagen around eyes for good appearance of the eye and eyelid area where it is very safe compare to a major surgery.
is one of the thing most dermatologists would suggest before getting anything superficial done. To avoid as many eye wrinkles as possible, a few lifestyle changes and beauty techniques can help keep your eye wrinkles to a minimum. You also have a few options for reducing the appearance of lines on your face using over-the-counter beauty products or moisturizer to keep your eye from dryness. Sunglasses in one of the most other useful options you can try to protect your eye from sunlights, as most of the wrinkles are caused by ultraviolet rays.