The 3 under eye circle types

April 4, 2018

Dark circles under the eyes are common in both men and women and sometimes in children. Dark circles make us look tired and is one of the toughest skin concerns to treat. Let’s delve into the details to find out its causes and possible solutions, to look youthful again!

 

 

Before we start – FUN FACT #1: The skin under the eyes are the thinnest on our face – so be gentle with them.

 

#1: Bluish under eye circles

 

 

Cause: Stressful lifestyle, lack of sleep, allergies, stuffy nose. Nasal congestion can slow down circulation resulting in more deoxygenated blood under the surface of the skin.

 

Solution: Good news it is PREVENTABLE. Sleep at least 8 hours a night (I try very hard!). Getting enough sleep is not only good for dark circle care, but for any other skin care concerns. When you're asleep, try and ensure that your sleep posture does not apply pressure on the eye area.

 

Caffeine infused eye treatment can improve microcirculation.  Unfortunately, if you lead a stressful life, lifestyle modification and relaxation is key. When the body is stressed and tired, it produces cortisol which enlarges blood vessels. This often appears dark under the eyes.

 

CANVAS Solutions: 

 

 

Depuffing Eye Treatment

 

A potent synergistic combination of hydrating ingredients formulated to reduce the appearance of puffiness, dark circles, fine lines and restore beauty of younger-looking skin. The eye contour looks smoother, firmer and refreshed.

 

 

 

 

 

#2: Violet-Reddish under eye circles

 

 

Cause: Aging and genetics are the culprits for your purplish toned under eye skin. What we see are visible blood vessels. As we age, we lose collagen, moisture, elasticity an