Are you worried about bags under your eyes? Do you know that bags under your eyes are due to lack of sleep? This season says no to your eye bags, lack of sleep is no longer the leading cause of red and puffy eyes. We all spend more time on our digital devices, and constant exposure to the blue rays is the culprit of eye bags. While we can’t avoid digital exposure, we can minimize the strain caused by following a few tips. All bags around your eyes aren’t serious, you should check with your doctor, they can tell you how to take care of your skin and may recommend further effective treatment if necessary.
We are more likely to develop bags under our eyes as we get older, often characterized by mild swelling or puffiness. As we age, some muscles supporting our eyelids, including those around our eyes, weaken, resulting in a condition where fat around the eyes migrates into the lower eyelids, causing puffy-looking eyelids generally called the under-eye bag.
‘Eyes are the window to the soul’ is a common saying. The skin around the eyes is one of the thinnest skins on our body, which makes it very sensitive to changes. The area under the eyes usually reacts negatively to changes and shows signs of fine lines or wrinkles, dark circles, pigmentation, or puffiness under the eyes. Among them, the sudden appearance of wrinkles is one of the most common signs of under-eye damage. It is not enough to use eye creams, lotions, masks, and under-eye care unless we correct the lifestyle habits that cause eye wrinkles.
When people think of hair loss, rarely does the concept of hair loss in the eyebrows come into mind. It’s a part of the body idolised in the media but overlooked in the medical industry. However, losing the hair in your eyebrows is more common than realised and should be addressed appropriately pending the reason for the hair loss.