Dark Circles

Dark Circles

Dark Circles services offered in Homecrest, Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Midtown East, New York, NY

The delicate skin under your eyes may start to show signs of aging long before the rest of your face reveals your age. At Juno Aesthetics, Julia Giyaur, MD, and the team offer cosmetic treatments like dermal fillers and radiofrequency (RF) to address dark circles and help you achieve a more lively appearance. Call the nearest New York City office in Homecrest, Brooklyn or Midtown East, Manhattan, New York, or book your appointment online today.

What are dark circles?

Dark circles are caused by changes in the tiny blood vessels (capillaries) beneath the delicate skin under the eyes. 

The area under your eyes can appear more visible due to constricted blood vessels, leading to a darker under eye area than the rest of your skin. You may have dark circles that are purplish or bluish in color, and the severity of your condition depends on your skin tone and quality. 

What causes dark circles? 

There may be several reasons why some people have dark circles. Some of the most common causes include: 

Older age

As you begin to age, the skin around your eyes becomes thinner, making dark circles, hallows, and under eye bags more prominent. 

The team at Juno Aesthetics commonly treats the tear trough, which is the area between your lower eyelid and cheek. The natural aging process can cause volume loss in this area.    

Genetics and lifestyle

If you have a close family member that has dark circles, you may be more prone to developing under eye circles yourself. 

Some people also have excess melanin in their skin that causes pigmentation problems. A number of factors can trigger an increase in melanin production, which may include hormonal influences and lifestyle factors like getting too much sun exposure. Not getting enough sleep may also contribute to dark circles. 

Medical conditions

Some medical conditions may lead to dark circle development, such as thyroid disease and allergies. Nutritional deficiencies might also play a role as well. Several vitamin deficiencies are linked to dark circles, including vitamin B12, D, E, and K. 

What are some treatments for dark circles? 

The team at Juno Aesthetics tailors dark circle treatment to address your under eye concerns effectively. After a consultation, they may recommend: 

Lifestyle changes

Lifestyle changes like reducing salt in diet, taking vitamin supplements, getting quality sleep, and using a cool compress can help to reduce dark circles and puffiness. 

Dermal fillers

Fillers are a minimally-invasive treatment option to address the thinning skin under your eyes. It can fill in hollows to make under eye pigmentation less visible.

Radiofrequency treatment 

Radiofrequency energy, also commonly known as RF, creates heat to stimulate blood circulation and improve under eye circles. 

To learn more about your treatment options for dark circles, call the nearest Juno Aesthetics office or book your appointment online today.