Developed as a powerful lipid replenishing formula, this serum helps strengthen the epidermal barrier to maintain hydration in the deeper layers. The restoration of moisture content of the epidermis dramatically reduces dark circles, smoothens fine lines and wrinkles.
The skin feels softer, intensely nourished and hydrated.
THIS FORMULA DOES NOT CONTAIN ESSENTIAL OILS.
Dark circles under the lower eyelids are common in men and women. Often accompanied by bags.
It is defined as a homogenous, round, darkening of the skin (blue to dark brown or black color) around or under eyes.
Dark circles under the eyes can have causes that aren't due to underlying disease. Examples include family history of dark circles, exhaustion, lack of sleep, allergies, eye rubbing or excessive sun exposure.
Types of dark circles
As brown hue under eye
A blue/pink/purple color hue +/- puffiness
Associated with lower eyelid bags and grooves
Loss of fat with a bony prominence
While fatigue may seem like the most logical explanation for this condition, there are a number of factors that can contribute to dark circles under the eyes.
What Cause Dark Circles ?
Fatigue- Oversleeping, extreme fatigue, or just staying up late all night, using your mobile phone or too much screen time can cause dark circles to form under your eyes. Sleep deprivation can cause your skin to become dull and pale, allowing for dark tissues and blood vessels beneath your skin to show.
Age- Ageing is one of the factors to cause dark circles, as you get older your skin becomes thin around your eyes. With age you lose the fat and collagen needed to maintain the skin’s elasticity causing blood vessels beneath your skin to show.
Dehydration- Dehydration is a common cause to have dark circles.
When your body does not receive adequate amount of water intake, the skin starts to get dull and pale and eyes look recessed.
Genetics- Family genes and history play an important factor in causing dark circles.
Fine lines are small and shallow lines that appear on the face, this is normally an indicator of first signs of ageing. Fine lines are very superficial, meaning they are only as deep as the topmost layer of your skin. They are small and shallow and may be hard to see initially. It's also common for these lines form at the outer corners of the eyes and throughout the very thin skin under the eyes.
What Causes Fine Lines?
Genetics Your genetics play a large role in your skin’s resilience, which can either play for or against you in increasing or decreasing your chances of developing a certain type of fine lines on your face.
Repetitive Facial Expressions: From squinting, smiling, laughing, frowning, and even from being surprised.
Smoking: Not only is the blood supply to your skin affected, but the repeated mouth puckering leads to the quick formation of fine lines around your mouth.
Sun Exposure: Increased sun exposure without proper protection is the fastest way to weaken your skin and cause long-term skin damage.
Wrinkles: Wrinkles form when finelines are not treated quickly and begin to deepen. Wrinkles tend to form in certain areas of the face more quickly, often progressing into deep facial folds. They often form in areas where fine lines have formed, in areas where your face has gradually suffered volume loss, areas where your skin has begun to sag, or in areas of repetitive motion.
What Cause Wrinkles?
Dull skin is commonly characterized as skin that lacks radiance and appears flat or lackluster. Unlike radiant skin which is more translucent and reflects light evenly, dull skin often has an uneven skin tone or texture which causes light to reflect less evenly.
Factors that cause Dull Skin