The term tired eyes can be used to describe a range of concerns that affect the whole of the eye area, including: puffy eyes, eyebags, droopy eyelids, fallen brows, tear troughs and dark circles.
These concerns are often caused by the effects of the ageing process and can contribute to a worn or stressed look to the upper face.
The skin around the eyes is naturally more delicate than on the rest of the face, with the ageing process contributing to the skin becoming weaker and thinner. The skin can then become loose and stretched as elasticity declines which, for the upper and lower lids, can appear as baggy skin. Fluid or fatty tissue can settle in loose skin below the eye, creating a puffy appearance which can also cast a shadow, and give the look of a dark circle.
Dark circles can also develop from thinning skin allowing blood vessels to become more visible, and for the skin to appear darkened. Dark circles can also be an inherited trait for people from asian descent, if a darker pigment around the eyes is natural to their skin tone.
Treating puffy / tired eyes can be approached in a variety of ways, depending on the conditions that affect you.
If tear troughs are your concern, then The Facebible has tear trough treatment available, which entails the application of dermal fillers. A smooth gel is injected into the hollow area beneath the lower lid to even out the surface. This can both reduce the appearance of eye bags and the shadows that cause dark circles. Lines, wrinkles and sagging skin around the eyes can easily be reduced with the use of Clearlift Harmony laser, for a more rejuvenated look.
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