Dark Circles

Dark Circles Treatment in Hyderabad

Dark circles under eyes are a common dermatological skin concern and many people try to hide them by applying make-up and certain creams to hide their appearance. With the advent of dermatology, one can now get rid of under-eye hollowness and dark circles with the dermatological procedures offered at Neya Dermatology & Aesthetics Clinic by Dr. Ravali Yalamanchili. The expert doctor offers the most effective dark circles treatment in Hyderabad.

What are Dark Circles?

Dark circles or Under-Eye Dark Circles generally refer to the darkened skin or hyperpigmentation of the skin beneath both eyes. Most people believe that under-eye dark circles may make them look haggard, older, weak, or unhealthy. For many, this undesirable effect on facial aesthetics can potentially lower their self-confidence and esteem.  
Dark circles are very common and in most cases, they do not require medical attention; rather they are cosmetic issues that can be best addressed by a dermatologist’s aesthetic services offered at Neya Dermatology & Aesthetics Clinic. People with dark circles usually want to get rid of them to look healthier and younger. With the best dark circles treatment in Hyderabad offered by Dr. Ravali Yalamanchili, one can achieve the desired results. 

The Common Signs Of Dark Circles

  • Under-eye dark coloration of the skin or dark shadows beneath the eyes resulting from under-eye bags or puffiness of the eyes.  
  • Fatigue or tiredness due to insomnia or sleep deprivation.
  • Stress.

Causative Factors/ Triggers of Dark Circles

Causative Factors/ Triggers of Dark Circles Treatment In Hyderabad. Causes of Dark Circles: Lifestyle, Sleep Deprivation, Eczema and more.

There is no definite cause for having dark circles. There could be many reasons behind the appearance of under-eye dark circles and they may or may not be associated with health issues. Among them, the most common causes include:

  • Dermatological Conditions/ Aging
    With advancing age, the skin starts to lose its structural protein fibers-collagen and elastin which keeps the skin supple and firm, subcutaneous fat pads that keep the skin voluminous, and hyaluronic acid which helps keep the skin hydrated. Thus, as one gets older, the tissue around the eyes can thin out, and make the eyes look puffy and swollen. This periorbital puffiness or under-eye bags can cast dark shadows under the eyes- called dark circles.

    Also, as the skin beneath the eyes is thinner than the rest of the body, the blood vessels underneath the eyes become more prominent. As a result, a bluish hue/ dark circle can be seen in the under-eye area due to the reflection of light from the blood vessels lying there.
  • Genetics
    Children may inherit dark circles from their parents and as they grow old, their dark circle's appearance may worsen. That’s because some genes are responsible for determining the collagen levels and melanin production in the skin- the two factors responsible for under-eye dark circles. The cause for dark circles can even be some eye condition that has been passed through generations.  
  • Poor Sleep, Prolonged Stress, or Fatigue
    Sleep deprivation, extreme tiredness, chronic stress, and even oversleeping can make the skin look pale and dull, further allowing dark tissues beneath the eyes to reveal. Also, it results in the fluid build-up that causes puffy eyes and creates a lack of oxygen supply to the skin which further reduces blood flow to the veins under-the eyes, thereby resulting in a bluish-bruised appearance beneath the eyes.
  • Dehydration
    When the skin is left dry due to insufficient water intake, the under-eye region may appear darker than usual because of its closer proximity to the underlying bone.
  • Unhealthy Diet
    Malnourished or undernourished people tend to experience changes in their skin appearance. Iron deficiency can cause anemia where the oxygen supply to the bodily tissues- including those under the eyes gets cut, thereby resulting in dark circles.
  • Bad Lifestyle Habits
    Smoking and excessive alcohol consumption can dehydrate the skin and alcohol intake can even dilate the blood vessels under the eyes, hence causing dark circles. Also, those who have more screen time can strain their eyes. As a result, the blood vessels under the eyes get enlarged and the skin in that area gets darkened.
  • Certain Medications
    Use of some medications and even drug abuse can have side effects like darkening beneath the eyes.
  • Some Medical Conditions
    Allergies, and/or cold or flu illnesses can impact the sinuses located behind the forehead, cheeks, nasal bones, and eyes and further cause pressure to build up in the nasal cavity. This can affect the blood flow in the under-eye area, hence causing dark circles.
  • Allergies
    Allergic reactions cause histamine release which dilates the blood vessels under the eyes and makes them more noticeable. Rubbing or scratching around the eyes can worsen the symptoms and cause swelling and broken blood vessels. Eventually, all these results in the appearance of dark circles.
  • Periodic-Specific Hormonal Issues
    These include menopause and menstruation in women.  

A dermatologist like Dr. Ravali Yalamanchili can help one to know how to treat dark circles under eyes with the effective diagnosis of the root cause of the concern and offering best treatments.
The top dark circles treatment in Hyderabad available at Neya Dermatology & Aesthetics Clinic is the best way to remove dark under-eye circles and eye bags.  

What are the Treatment Options to Remove Dark Circles?

  • Tear Trough Fillers- These injectable soft tissue fillers are mainly composed of hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is a natural, gel-like substance that has water retaining ability which helps keep the skin well-hydrated. They are administered in the under-eye area to plump the region and push up the under-eye skin away from the blood vessels located beneath the skin of the under-eye area. The appearance of dark circles because of the formation of shallow tear troughs can be best removed by this dark eye circle treatment. The effect of the hyaluronic acid filler lasts for 6 months to a year.
  • Lasers- The lasers that can help thermally destroy extra melanin in the skin can be used to treat periorbital hyperpigmentation or dark circles by an experienced, licensed practitioner. Several sessions spaced a few weeks apart may be needed to get desired results. It is considered as one of the best treatment for dark circles. It is considered as one of the best treatment for dark circles.
  • Chemical Peels- Those who have hyperpigmented eye bags can be best treated with a series of gentle peels such as glycolic acid, lactic acid, mandelic acid, and salicylic acid. These acids can penetrate the skin epidermis or upper layers of the dermis to cause moderate skin shedding- a chemical exfoliation. 

The cost of dark circles treatment in Hyderabad will vary from patient to patient and also depending on their requirements. Consulting Neya Dermatology & Aesthetics Clinic can help determine the cost of dark circles removal treatment in detail.

What are the Treatment Options to Remove Dark Circles in Hyderabad?

Frequently Asked Questions

Are dark circles permanent?

Dark circles can be transitory or permanent. Their longevity depends upon various factors. At times, dark circles may fade away or become darker over the years. Dr. Ravali Yalamanchili is known for performing the best dark circles treatment in Jubilee Hills. One can consult her at Neya Dermatology & Aesthetics Clinic.

What are the different types of dark circles?

Everyone does not have the same appearance of dark circles. Dark circles can be of two kinds, including:

  • Blue dark circles- These dark circles appear blue to purple colored. They can be an outcome of excess fluid accumulation under the eyes or puffiness. Often, they are noticed in lighter skin tones.
  • Brown dark circles- These dark circles can be anywhere from light to dark brown in color. The brown coloration can darken when the under-eye skin is exposed to direct sunlight or UV. Often, they are seen in dark or olive skin tones.

People are most likely to have one type of dark circles based on their skin type, genetics, sun exposure, and other factors. But it’s possible to have a combination of brown and blue circles at a time.

How can I prevent getting dark circles?

You can avoid dark circles by ensuring that you eat healthily, protect your eyes from the sun, drink plenty of water, regular workout, get enough sleep, take no stress, follow a good skincare regime, and have less screen time. Dr. Ravali Yalamanchili is the best dermatologist in Hyderabad for dark circles. To learn more effective tips to prevent dark circles, consult her at Neya Dermatology & Aesthetics Clinic.  Dr. Ravali Yalamanchili is the best dermatologist in Hyderabad for dark circles. To learn more effective tips to prevent dark circles, consult her at Neya Dermatology & Aesthetics Clinic.

Why do I get dark circles suddenly?

You can suddenly experience dark circles after going through an exhaustive day or a sleepless night or even because of your stress. So, relax your mind and body to prevent them.

Are dark circles a sign of aging?

Dark circles are often believed to be one of the early aging signs. They can be noticed in people belonging to different age groups with any skin tone or type and may be visible long before other aging concerns like fine lines and wrinkles appear. Often, they do become more noticeable as the skin loses its elasticity, firmness, and hydration. and volume with age.
Generally, dark circles are accompanied by other signs of aging around the eyes such as under-eye bags, puffiness, crow’s feet, and fine lines and wrinkles.

If one is looking for dark circles treatment in Hyderabad, they can visit Neya Dermatology & Aesthetics Clinic, a state-of-the art dermatology clinic. At the clinic, treatment is offered for dark circles, wrinkles, aging lines, stretch marks, acne scars, psoriasis, hair loss, scabies, acne, pigmentation, and many other dermatological issues. Visit us today to learn more!

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