What Causes Undereye Circles and What You Can Do about Them

22 Aug

Treatment for Dark Undereye Circles

Before you can figure out what to do about dark circles under your eyes, you have to know what’s causing them.

Reasons for undereye circles may include allergies, fatigue, anemia, even PMS which can be treated by using an antihistamine, getting undisturbed sleep (I wish), or even changing your diet.

However, the most common culprit of undereye circles is age. As you get older, the skin around your eyes gets even thinner and accumulates melanin making it appear older.

You can diminish the appearance of discoloration under your eyes by applying concealer or using a gentle formula designed to lighten the eye area.

Clinique has recently introduced Even Better Eyes Dark Circle Corrector which has been proven to visibly reduce dark circles by approximately 30% in 12 weeks.

Key ingredients include Vitamin C and Mulberry Root to minimize the appearance of darkness. Whey protein promotes the skin’s natural collagen.

Use the lightweight, oil-free corrector twice a day before applying makeup to prime your skin and after removing makeup in the evening. Just squeeze a small amount under your eyes and glide the cooling applicator across your undereye area.

The best reason for using this dark circle corrector is the blend of optics which gave me immediate gratification as it helped capture light and enhanced my skin’s natural tone. The long-term result is a brightening of the area under your eyes whether your skin tone is fair, medium, or deep.

The Even Better Eyes Dark Circle Corrector is available at Clinique counters nationwide and online at www.clinique.com.

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