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Can Lupus Cause Dark Circles And Puffiness Around Eyes
I have a puffy line under eye right around cheekbone and dark circles around eyes I have a picture but I don't know what it is or if it's serious?
Possibly: They could be allergic shiners.Get a more detailed answer ›
Eczema on face caused dark circles around my eyes. Will it naturally go? Will applying milk around eyes make the dark circles lighter?
Could my allergy cause dark circles around eyes.I have itchy and running nose especially in the mornings..Help what should I do to remove bad circles?
Allergic shiners: Sounds like "allergic shiners". Very frequently associated with the congestion of nasal allergies. Appropriate treatment of your allergies will lessen infra orbital symptoms. ...Read more
Yes, in some cases: Dark circles under the eyes are caused by darker pigmentation in that area or shadowing in the "tear trough" or both. A hyaluronic acid filler injected deeply along the edge of the eye socket under the tear trough can significantly reduce the appearance of dark circles caused by shadowing. Be aware, however, that this should only be done by a very experienced injector to avoid a "lumps". ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Dark circles: Dark circles under eyes I may also be accompanied by deep set eyes. This is an aestheticians nightmare ! If good night's sleep, hydration and a course of vitamins shows no result ( as expected ) then you need to learn good make ip techniques. ( not sure of your gender ). Light eye shadow above the pupil and darker shadow on the outer upper eye lids and Lightening creams see dermatologist ...Read more
I have dark circles around eyes since i was a kid . I am 21 now and i want to remove them . any remedies of creams please ?
No creams.: Dark rings around the eyes are usually determined by your genes, how thin the skin around your eyes is. I would not recommend any creams or bleaches to be applied near your eyes! If your eyes are puffy and dark, resting with a cool compress for 10 minutes can help. Sometimes people with allergies have rings around their eyes along with asthma, allergic rhinitis which can be treated. ...Read more
See a mental health: Professional. Sexual "addictions, " (or paraphilias) like compulsive masturbation, usually reflect some early life trauma, particularly some form of sexual abuse. Such trauma can be treated, but requires a psychiatric team and a commitment to long-term therapy. See your family doctor to start with and get a referral for counseling. Good luck - there is hope and help available. ...Read more
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Dark Circles: Dark circles around the eye can be caused from several things. 1.Actual skin changes, either hereditary or acquired from years of sun damage. Retina and possible chemical peel or laser may be helpful depending on your skin type. 2. Thinning of the skin allowing the deeper veins and muscles to create a darkness. 3. Puffiness or hollowness creating hills and valleys which can reflect light different ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Really bad dark circles (appears black, not purple) around eyes/extended down near ears so looks like a mask. Brown skinned. Had problem for years?
Melasma?: A centrofacial malar or mandibular distribution of muddy brown to Grey hyper pigmentation. Go to a Dermatologist for treatment options. The goal of the treatment is to fade the existing hyper pigmentation and prevent further pigmentation. There are many treatments available. ...Read more
I have dark circles (hereditary?) and thin skin on face and around eyes. What can I do to help this and get rid of the dark circles without surgeries?
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