There are many ways in which you may have acquired dark under-eye circles but the two most common ways are either caused by thin skin or tiny blood vessels not being able to pass enough blood through the eye lid area. We are going to break down what these two hereditary traits do and how we can combat them.

Thin Skin

What is it?

As we age, collagen and elastin breakdown and our skin sags and thins.  The thin under-eye area skin rests on dark muscle or dark blood vessels and this creates the dark circle under your eye.  A good solution to this cause of dark under-eye circles are injectable fillers such as Restylane or Juvederm.

RestylaneHow to combat it.

Rejuva Medical Aesthetics offers a wide variety of solutions, including Restylane, a dermal filler, which is injected into the tear trough to add volume under the thin skin. To ensure you receive the best results, we recommend consulting with one of our highly trained, double-board certified facial plastic surgeons at Rejuva Medical Aesthetics.

Tiny Blood Vessels

What is it?

Tiny blood vessels is a genetic condition but it has an easy fix. If this is the cause of your dark under-eye circles you can actually remove the blood vessels with laser treatments.

Halo Hybrid Fractional LaserHow to combat it.

Laser Vein Removal (LVR) reduces the appearance of vascular lesions such as telangiectasia and spider veins in as little as one treatment. This laser offers the ideal wavelength and pulse duration to selectively heat veins and ultimately fade the redness associated with vascular lesions. Commonly treated areas include the nostrils, cheeks and legs. Tiny blood vessels can be treated with laser treatments. We offer Halo Hybrid Fractional a great options for eye treatments.

For More Information, Contact Rejuva Medical Aesthetics At:

Address: 11645 Wilshire Blvd Suite #605 Los Angeles, CA 90025
Phone: 424-334-3114
Email: info@rejuvamedical.org

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