Treat dark circles caused by visible blood vessels If your dark circles are caused by visible blood vessels, look for "anything that vasoconstricts," to help reduce the darkness, Waldorf says. Caffeine is the most common ingredient found in skin care products that fits that bill (try Replenix CF, $56 or Garnier Nutritioniste Skin Renew Anti-Puff Eye Roller, $12.99). Your other option (especially if products alone don't solve your issue) is to get laser treatments with a laser like the VBeam, which Waldorf says will significantly improve the appearance of the vessels. VBeam can be used just on the eye area (as opposed to having to treat your whole face). It costs $200 to $400 per treatment and you'll likely need two to four treatments.
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