Dark Circles

Types of circles  Dark Circles

There are two types of circles: those marked by a hollow and those that stain.

– The hollow circles

They are under the eyelid and the orbital rim, due to an accumulation of fat. This dip is very visible due to the loss of subcutaneous fat. It can be extended into the root of the nose and outwards towards the cheekbones.

 

The colored circles

They are more common than hollow circles. They are often yellow, purple or black.

These are the most common color purplish; they are usually due to poor blood circulation. The skin is thinner in this part of the face; the induced transparency can lead to view the bloodstream. We speak of venous lassie. The colored circles can also be related to hyper pigmentation of the skin. This pigmentation can be hereditary or can be caused by blood flow in the veins.

 

Dark circles  

Dark circles are called colored circles. The dark circles are the most common color purplish; they are usually due to poor blood circulation. The eye is surrounded by a very thin skin of the order of a tenth of a millimeter. The area around the eyes is very fragile and highly vulnerable to various external aggressions such as solar radiation or pollution.

 

The skin is covered with a protective film. At the eye, this protective layer is very thin and therefore vulnerable.

 

The other main reason apart of aging remains to a poor blood circulation in the subcutaneous part of the face. The skin is finer induced transparency can lead to see the blood stream. We speak of venous lassie.

 

The colored circles can also be related to hyper pigmentation of the skin. Pigmentation can be hereditary or can be caused by blood flow in the veins. The appearance of colored circles is mainly caused by poor circulation. Just as trade in these small vessels is slowed to an accumulation of toxins and pigments takes place. The skin around the eyes is very thin, so there are some transparency by the dark skins caused by these overloaded in some places. This slowdown in the micro-circulation may be due to fatigue, smoking, alcohol or medication.

 

Precaution 

A simple precaution is to apply a treatment with a UV filter and a pair of glasses. Pollution, dust, imperfect and makeup removal are all additional causes of the formation of puffiness or swelling.

Dark circles, whose cause is mainly hereditary, are the result of poor micro-circulation and accumulation of waste in small vessels around the eyes, which gives the darker color transparency. Dark circles can make different colors: blue, brown or gray.

 

Treatments Dark Circles Treatment

To do: before going to bed at night, put a bowl of water in the fridge – or freezer. The next day, the dark circles appear, soak a large cotton for each eye, with cold water. Put them onto your eyes for five to ten minutes. If you have courage, you can totally rub the ice of the previous day below the eye. Cold decongest the skin and promote blood circulation.

 

Then, for best results, you can use best concealers. It is applied before moisturizer all over the eye area. We do not hesitate to even put on the eyelid to avoid the effect of “puffy eyes”. These best concealers have decongestants, which blur the puffiness under the eyes. In addition, they activate blood circulation.

Result: color, marked by poor drainage of blood vessels in the area diminishes. You should know that it is the color of the circles that makes you look tired.

 

If you tone your skin slightly, the color will not be the same and the dark circle will disappear.

Best concealers should be slightly lighter than your natural skin tone. It’s applied by tapping with your finger to erase the redness and the dark color of the circle. If you add a thin layer of foundation to your skin tone it’s will be perfect for a worthy result of the “neither seen nor known.”