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Under Eye Dark Circles And Evion Cream
No : Should never use on or near eye non eye care products, so answer is no,. ...Read more
Treat allergies: Dark circles under the eyes could represent dilated blood vessels from allergy congestion. If you have runny/itchy eyes&nose with sneezing, then you definitely have allergies and would respond to zyrtec/claritin/allegra. This should help not only with you allergies, but also decrease those allergic "shiners.". ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
How to reduce eye dark circles & puffiness? What causes it? Do creams/gel do really work as companies claim? Any good eye product to purchase? Thanks
Carefully : Hydroquinone creams sometime contains preservatives such as sulfites that can cause eyelid irritation in some people. You can test a small area for a few days to make sure it doesn't irritate. In addition, prolonged use can cause a paradoxical increase in discoloration known as exogenous ochronosis. Limit the use to at most 2-3 weeks continuously. Clinique eye cream can also be effective. ...Read more
Some issues: Hydroquinone 2% is available topically over the counter in some countries and is banned in some. 4% is available by prescription. Care should be used around the eyes because the skin tends to be thinner than in other areas and may be more prone to having a reaction or adverse effect. Consultation with a dermatologist on how to treat dark eye circles may be the best course. ...Read more
Dark Eye Circles: Dark circles under eyes usually aere not a sign of exhaustion or serious illness. They can be cuased by a number of things: seasonal allergies, a cold, a sinus infection, lifestyle (smoking, alcohol) and very offten food sensitivities. The Best thing to do is determine if you have food sensitivities by either food allergy testing or rotation diet (look on the internet or read "diet wise". ...Read more
What will happen to the fat fillers for under eye dark circles is a person looses a lot of weight say 90kg to 60kg, are there silicone based fillers?
Fillers more visible: After weight loss the fat fillers might be more visible under the eyes. At 19, it would be rare to use fat under the eyes. After 30 kg weight loss, there may be many changes in the face benefiting from tightening so that the infraorbital hollows are less troublesome. Silicine injections can harden over time and even extrude making scars years later. Avoid silicone injections especially by the eye. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have black under eye dark circles since the age of 5, on close inspection I can see little green veins under my eyes. Is there a permanent fix(19 yrs)?
No: This is an urban legend.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes: But it doesn't work. Any whitening is only temporary. ...Read more
How do I prevent/control under eye dark circles? I work around 12 hours on computer and cannot avoid it.
It is not the comput:
The dark circles under the eyes are usually hereditary and will not get worse from the work at the computer.
For the proper prevention or treatment, you should be evaluated by a plastic surgeon or an opthamologist.
Good luck. ...Read more
Sir I am suffering from under eye dark circles from last 10 years and they are turning dark and dark every day. Please tell me how to get rid from the?
Probably familial: If anemia, thyroid disease, liver and kidney disease has been ruled out, then your dark circles under the eyes are probably familial. Lack of adequate sleep also leads to dark circles. You may discuss this with a dermatologist and see if a depigmenting cream will be helpful. ...Read more
Have allergies?: Dark circles and wrinkles in a young adult often come from allergies. The chronic inflammation irritates the skin causing wrinkles and dark circles. If your eyes itch I would consider trying an over the counter allergy drop like patanol (olopatadine). To take it one step further, see a cosmetic physician. They can prescribe prescription creams like Retin-A and hydroquinone that are likely to help. ...Read more
I am a fitness model and remain between 6 to 9% body fat, can I take fat fillers for under eye dark circles or will the fat burn off due to my diet?
7 weeks baby with under eye dark circles. Normal? She has very fair skin and her dad has them as well. Is it indicative of allergies?
Dark circles: Under infants eyes can be normal. The skin there is very thin making blood vessels close to the surface more prominent. Dark circles are seen in allergic patients but having dark circles doesn't mean your child is allergic. That is not a label I would give a 7-week-old. Is she feeding ok? Growing? Any other concerning symptoms? You also said Dad had them...sounds like a family trait. ...Read more