Dark circles under the eyes are a common problem that affects many people. They can make you look tired, sick, or older than you actually are. In this post, I’ll explore what causes dark circles and two effective treatments for them: NCTF 135 HA boost and microneedling.
What causes dark circles under the eyes?
There are many causes of dark circles under the eyes, including genetics, aging, sleep deprivation, allergies, sun exposure, and dehydration. However, the most common cause is thinning skin and loss of volume due to aging.
As we age, the skin under our eyes becomes thinner and less elastic. This can cause the blood vessels and dark tissues under the skin to become more visible, resulting in dark circles. In addition, the loss of volume can create shadows that further emphasize the darkness.
How to treat dark circles under the eyes?
There are many ways to treat dark circles under the eyes, including lifestyle changes, skincare products, and cosmetic procedures, staying hydrated and reducing your dietary salt intake. In this post, We’ll focus on 4 popular treatments: Skin Care, skin peels and NCTF 135 HA Boost and micro-needling.
NCTF 135 HA Boost for dark circles
NCTF 135 HA Boost is a non-invasive treatment that involves injecting a customized cocktail of vitamins, minerals, and amino acids into the skin under the eyes, with a revolutionary device called the nanosoft needle, which is the smallest needle on the market. This cocktail is designed to improve the quality and appearance of the skin by stimulating collagen production, reducing inflammation, and increasing circulation.
NCTF 135 HA Boost is a safe and effective treatment for dark circles, as it targets the underlying causes of the problem. The treatment can also be customized to address other issues, such as wrinkles, fine lines, and sagging skin.
Sublime 571 has designed a specific luxury in clinic treatment called the Sublime Eye Treatment, which includes a light peel to boost and hydrate the skin further
Micro-needling for dark circles
Micro-needling is another popular treatment for dark circles under the eyes. It involves using a small device with tiny needles to create microscopic injuries in the skin. These injuries stimulate the body’s natural healing process, leading to the production of new collagen and elastin.
Micro-needling can help reduce the appearance of dark circles by thickening the skin and improving its texture. It can also help reduce the appearance of other signs of aging, such as fine lines and wrinkles. At Sublime 571 the micro-needling device used is the dermapen 4. The Dermapen4 delivers the ultimate in advanced and innovative micro-needling with unsurpassed results, helping to boost collagen for a more luminous-looking complexion. Dermapen4 is the gold standard in dermal needling
Skincare for dark under eye circles
Proper skincare is essential for maintaining healthy, youthful-looking skin. This includes using products that are specifically designed to address dark circles. Look for products that contain ingredients like vitamin C, retinol, and caffeine, which can help brighten and firm the skin.
When applying skincare products to the under-eye area, be sure to use gentle, tapping motions with your fingers. This can help stimulate circulation and reduce puffiness. It’s also important to protect your skin from the sun’s harmful UV rays, as sun damage can worsen the appearance of dark circles.
Skinpeels for dark under eye circles
Skin Peels Skin peels are another effective way to address dark circles. A skin peel is a cosmetic treatment that involves applying a solution to the skin, which exfoliates and removes the outer layer of dead skin cells. This can help improve the texture and tone of the skin, reducing the appearance of dark circles.
There are several types of skin peels that are effective for treating dark circles, including chemical peels, enzyme peels, and microdermabrasion. Each type of peel has its own unique benefits and may be better suited for different skin types.
Chemical peels use acids to exfoliate the skin and improve its texture. Enzyme peels use natural enzymes to dissolve dead skin cells, while microdermabrasion uses tiny crystals to exfoliate the skin. Your skincare professional can help you determine which type of peel is right for you.
Dark circles under the eyes can be a frustrating issue to deal with, but there are several effective ways to reduce their appearance. Skin care, skin peels, NCTF 135 HA Boost and micro-needling are all effective treatments for dark circles, as they address the underlying causes of the problem and stimulate collagen production. If you’re interested in learning more about these treatments, book in for a consult, we would love to see you!