Dark Circles

What ages you most? Surprisingly, it might not be wrinkles or gray hair, but dark circles under your eyes. Dark circles under eyes usually aren't a sign of exhaustion or serious illness, though they can make you feel old, unhealthy and tired. Dark circles under eyes affect both men and women, often starting in adulthood, although children can develop dark circles under eyes too.

Under Eye Bags:

When looking in the mirror, does it look as though your eyes have packed some bags for a trip? Having bags under eyes is a common sign of aging. As we get older, our eyelids begin to weaken due to the loss of tissue, and even some of the muscles around the eyes deteriorate. Fat that is usually able to support our eyelids may suddenly start to lower our eyelids and cause them to appear puffy and swollen. Also, sometimes fluid can build-up and make the eyes look swollen and dark.

While bags under eyes and puffiness around the eyes can be a sign of aging, it can also be caused by genetics, too much sun exposure and even the way we live our lives. If you have under eye bags and want to find a way to help reduce the look of such blemishes, then you may want to try using a topical under eye product.

Skin aging, like most physiological phenomenons, is the result of many things. Only about 20 to 30 percent of the process is genetically determined. So there's more you can do to control or even avert its effect.

Meet us at Dr. Ruby's Afterglow and let us treat your eye circles effectively. The Advance technology that we use at our clinic will give you effective result of 70-80 % reduction in your dark circles. After the treatment you will not only get rid of your under eyes bag or dark circle but also lively looking eyes so let your eyes become the inner reflection if your soul.