Your question about bags under the eyes
Bags under the eyes is perhaps one of the most frequently heard complaints. ‘Baggy’ eyes can give a tired appearance and because you look tired you can automatically feel that way. Also, there is nothing more annoying when you are repeatedly asked if you are tired. Fortunately there is something to do about bags under your eyes. We distinguish two different types of bags, namely the ‘fluid bags under the eyes’ and the ‘oily dark circles under the eyes’.
Treating bags under the eyes
Fluid bags under the eyes have to do with, among other things, fatigue, your diet, allergies and smoking. Especially during the night our lymphatic system is busy with the removal of waste and moisture. Due to insufficient sleep, this task can sometimes not be completed. If you eat too much salt or, for example, have consumed alcohol, additional moisture may occur, which means the drain process takes longer.
Oily dark circles under the eyes arise with age and can sometimes also be genetically determined. The elasticity of the skin decreases and the connective tissue becomes more slack. As a result, the fat under the eye comes out slightly and creates a ‘bag’. Oily dark circles will not be reduced by a lifestyle adjustment, but fortunately we can camouflage these types of bags with a cosmetic filler treatment.
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