Bags Under Eyes
Just about everyone will suffer from the puffiness or mild swelling that is most commonly known as "bags under the eyes". These dark and/or puffy semi-circles are common with age and are a cosmetic concern that can detract from your natural beauty. But luckily there are some effective remedies that can help minimize their appearance.
What Causes Bags Under Eyes?
To understand how to treat under eye bags, it’s important to know why they occur in the first place. The skin and tissues around the eye are some of the most delicate on the human body. With age and extended use, the tissue structures, muscles, and skin around the eyes lose elasticity and strength and start to sag. Also, gravity plays a part in shifting the fat cells normally stored around the eye to below the eyes. Lack of sleep, dark circles, fluid retention, and even heredity can make these bags under the eyes look even more noticeable. So how can you fix this?
- Prioritize good skin care and invest in quality products. Face serums can add moisture back to the skin, which over time will reduce the puffiness and darkness of those frustrating eye bags. Try Geneva Naturals Advanced Vitamin C & E Serum to revitalize the appearance of your eyes.
- Drink water! Often dehydration causes bags under eyes to become more dramatic and visible.
- Get enough sleep. This one of the easiest ways to those reduce dark circles under your eyes.
- For really stubborn bags under the eye, try a retinol cream or gel. Retinol (Vitamin A) is one of the most effective ways to smooth wrinkles and reduce dark circles. We recommend the Geneva Naturals Advanced Anti-Aging Retinol Cream.
While it is true that there is no magic trick for perfect, ageless skin, prioritizing good skin care with high quality, natural products like those in the Geneva Naturals collection can take years off of your appearance.