What Causes Dark Under-Eye Circles (And How To Treat Them)
You've got to hand it to dark circles: Unlike many other skin issues, they don't discriminate. You could start your day with a green juice and a facial and still end up with a serious case of the under-eye blues.
"They're ubiquitous," admits Deanne Mraz Robinson, MD, a dermatologist with Connecticut Dermatology Group. "You can find different aspects of [dark circles] in people from their early 20s onward."
The bad news is that genetics plays a big role (thanks, Dad!), plus the thinnest skin on your face is around the eyes, so you can often see blood vessels beneath it. But many of the other causes—sun damage, allergies, lack of sleep, cocktails, and salty snacks—are within your control. Since pulling a Victoria Beckham and wearing oversized sunglasses for the entire week after your office holiday party isn't a realistic option, we spoke with four top beauty experts who share 12 ways that you can take on dark under-eye circles—and win. .
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