At Dermoi, we have hand-selected a range of products which have been scientifically proven to effectively tackle under eye circles. Dark circles are usually not a cause for concern. However, many people want to understandably eliminate them for cosmetic reasons.
If you are suffering from dark under eye circles, fear not there are many under eye circle treatments out there.
Leading skincare pioneers including Codex Beauty, Endocare, Osmosis and PCA Skin all have clinically proven, effective dark circles remedies. These products are suitable for all skin types.
However, if your dark circles come from thinning skin and skin aging, try products containing a collagen booster. The skin surrounding your eyes is the thinnest and most sensitive on your face which is why it’s the first area to show signs of aging.
Collagen is responsible for keeping the skin strong and elastic, while maintaining a plump and youthful appearance. However, our collagen levels begin to break down from our mid-twenties. Collagen supplements and serums help to boost the skin’s collagen level and decrease thin, aging skin.
Moisturising ingredients, such as hyaluronic acid, also work with the skin to effectively reduce puffiness, lines, and dark circles. These ingredients help to retain skin moisture, to plump and fill the under eye area.
At Dermoi, we stock many effective dark circle products. All of our dark circle skincare products have been rigorously tested by our scientific team to ensure their effectiveness. Browse our full range of dark under eye circle skincare below.
Dark under eye circles may appear black, purple, blue or dark brown.
Dark under eye circles are commonly linked to a lack of sleep, which renders the question: will dark circles go away with sleep? In many cases yes, however tiredness is not the only cause of under eye circles.
Dark under eye circles appear when we’re tired, as a lack of sleep causes blood circulation around the eye area to slow down. This causes blood to pool under the eyes, which results in thin blood vessels stretching and leaking, hence the puffy, dark look.
Tiredness isn’t the only cause of dark circles though. Dark circle causes include allergies (such as hay fever), thinning under-eye skin, hyperpigmentation, sun overexposure, smoking, dehydration, genetics, and the natural aging process.
Our product range tackles visible dark circles.
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