Dark Circle Treatment in Pune
The skin around your eyes is very delicate and is an indicator of stress, aging, your health, and lifestyle changes. Other factors that cause the formation of dark circles under your eyes are lack of sleep, nutritional deficiencies, and hereditary factors. ClearSkin provides treatment for under-eye dark circles in Pune using robust technology under the guidance of skilled Dermatologists. With affordable pricing and customized treatment plans for every client, the cost of treatment of under-eye dark circles are within everyone’s reach.
Risk Factors for Dark Circles Under the Eyes:
- Older age: Losing fatty tissue around the eyes and cheeks is a natural part of the aging process. This may cause dark circles to appear more prominently in older individuals.
- Skin tone: Under-eye dark circles are more common in individuals who have darker skin tones. This may be due to the excess melanin produced by individuals with a darker skin tone.
- Genetics: Dark circles may be caused due to genetics. Research indicates that if an individual has under-eye dark circles, other family members may also have them.
Under-eye dark circles may be caused due to:
- Poor sleeping habits
- Hyperpigmentation - excessive production of melanin
- Reduction of fatty tissue below the eyes
- Thinning of under-eye skin
- Iron deficiency or anemia
- Overexposure to sunlight
- Unhealthy habits like smoking
Treatment for the Removal of Dark Circles:
Our dermatologists treat dark circles based on the severity and which method suits you best your skin type:
- Kojic acid: Derived from fungi, kojic acid is useful to reduce dark circles. However, it may cause side-effects such as redness or contact dermatitis.
- Azelaic acid: This is a safe agent for long-term use. This acts against hyperpigmentation and has also been known to lighten dark circles.
- Topical vitamin C: An effective antioxidant, vitamin C acts by protecting the skin cells from damage due to UV exposure. It inhibits melanin production, lightens hyperpigmentation, and enhances skin complexion.
- Retinoids: Retinoids stimulate the growth of collagen, which increases the thickness of the skin and also improves the appearance of dark circles. They aid the rebuilding of dermal collage. This improves the skin volume, vascular support,and firmness under the skin.
- Oral medications: If the reason for your dark circles is allergies, then you can consult your doctor and take oral antihistamines to treat the condition.
- Platelet-rich Plasma (PRP): Platelet-rich plasma is derived from your blood by a process of filtration. This is in turn injected into your skin. The growth factors and nutrients present in the plasma stimulate the production of collagen, which helps in the improvement of dark circles.
- Chemical Peel: Chemical peels use mild acids and other agents to peel off the superficial layers of the skin to improve the complexion. The skin around the eyes is very delicate and hence this procedure is done with utmost care using very mild chemicals.
- Fractional Q-switch Laser: This laser uses long light rays of wavelength to target the melanosomes. Melanin pigments absorb the light of this wavelength, thus preventing damage to the overlying epidermis.
- Fat Transfer: Fat from the patient's body is extracted and injected under the eye. This gives the under-eye more volume and prevents sagging. It improves the hollowed-out appearance by plumping up the region below the eye.
- Fillers: Fillers such as platelet-rich plasma or hyaluronic acid are injected under the eye to make up for dark circles due to sudden weight loss or thinning of the skin.
- Microdermabrasion: Microcrystals are sprayed over the skin to cause exfoliation of the superficial layers. This leads to improved complexion and regeneration of the skin cells.
- Laser Skin Resurfacing: This technique reduces dark circles by stimulating collagen production and tightening the periorbital skin. The laser also destroys melanin pigments, causing the lightening of the skin.
- Intense Pulsed Light (IPL): IPL rejuvenates the skin and reduces dark circles. It seals off capillaries under the skin, causing them to fade.
Bulges in the lower eyelids can be due to prominent fat pockets and can look like dark circles. These fat pockets can be treated by a surgery known as blepharoplasty. Blepharoplasty is effective to treat the chicken skin under the eyes. This can be done by two approaches- either transconjunctival or transcutaneous.
Do & Don't for Getting Dark Circles
DO: Use a broad-spectrum sunscreen.
DO: Use hats, scarves, and sunglasses.
DO: Eat citrus fruits.
DON’T: Don't over-exfoliate.
DON’T: Avoid using home remedies.
Why choose ClearSkin for Dark Circle Removal in Pune?
ClearSkin is India’s premier skincare and aesthetics clinic since 2006. Today, our family is 100+ strong and our name has become synonymous with safe, modern and effective skin and cosmetic treatments. Our mission is to help you regain confidence and put forth the best version of yourself.
Dermatologists can treat under-eye dark circle with treatments. In fact, there are many treatments available to treat under-eye dark circles. READ MORE
Under-eye dark circles occur due to a variety of factors. In fact, they may occur at any age. Treating under-eye dark circles requires time.
Under Eye Dark Circle – Q&A
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