Here's How to Get Rid of Dark Circles Under Your Eyes -- and Never Look Tired Again
We called in an expert for a solution to the wintertime beauty woe that affects the most of our readers
It can also be caused by excess melanin (pigment) production in the area, which is hereditary. Age is another factor that contributes to dark circles. Over time, under-eye pads thin, creating a hollow, which casts a shadow under the eyes. "Many women have dark circles because the eyelid skin is so thin to begin with, and it thins even more as we age," says Dr. Jaliman. She also notes that environmental factors (hello, cold, dry weather) and daily habits can contribute to that pair of dark circles under your eyes.
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