I have bad dark circles...guess 9-10 people have it atleast once in a while.
Moreover,dark circles is the 2nd most comman dermatological complaint(acne being #1).I found a website that gives decent explanation for the causes of dark-circles(breakage of capillaries) and found it very informative.here it is: http://www.darkcircles.net/index.html
I have a few queries:
I do know the cause for these bags and mine is due to heredity(comes from my mother).I have tried all possible remedies(natural home made,allopathy,homoepathy,herbal,ayurvedic) and let me tell you its been effective in reducing my cronic dark circles(homoepathy and ayurvedy have been very beneficial to me and have no side effects at all).However, my dark circles are still visible clearly and I have a thin skin around my eyes,so i fear that as i am aging the dark circles will increase.Thats my worry
Very clearlly i am aware that dark circles cannot be removed permanently,however I dont want them to go worse with aging.vitamin k(when taken internally helps to build the veins and capillaries).I need someone to tell me : would application of vitmain k externally help reduce dark circles? many websites claim that retinol(vit A)+ vit K is the best solution so far for dark circles together with proper diet and sleep.where would I find such a combination?(name of the medicines,if you can suggest).
has anyone used retivalume?????
I got beautiful eyes but my dark circles make me look tired and I look much older than what I am.All i want is to control them.its sad to know that science is developed way too much but yet there is no remedy to get rid of dark circles.any suggestions and experiences are welcome.Look forward to hear from you.
P.S: I have visited a board certifed dermatologist and it was of no use.he just said its heredity and nothing much can be done about it.
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