JEEVAN JYOTI HOSPITAL is a name to reckon with in health services provided in western UP since 2001. The hospital teamed with one of the best medical experts is at the forefront of medical technology and expertise. and provides Under Eye Treatment | Under Eye Toning | Skin Lightening and many more treatments.
Bags under eyes are usually a cosmetic concern and don’t require medical treatment. Home and lifestyle treatments may help reduce puffiness. But if you’re concerned about the appearance of under-eye swelling, medical and surgical treatments are available. Treatment may not be covered by medical insurance if it’s done solely to improve your appearance.
If you think the swelling under your eyes is caused by an allergy, ask your health care provider about prescription allergy medication.
Various wrinkle treatments are used to improve the appearance of puffiness under the eyes. These include laser resurfacing, chemical peels and fillers, which may improve skin tone, tighten the skin and rejuvenate the under-eye area. For people with brown or Black skin, laser resurfacing carries the risk of permanent changes in skin color (hyperpigmentation or hypopigmentation). Talk with your health care provider about which laser resurfacing technique reduces this risk
There’s an old expression about having “thick skin” that means you can easily let criticism roll off your back without getting offended or upset. And if you have “thin skin,” you’re much more sensitive, perhaps even easily insulted.
But just about everyone literally has thin skin under their eyes. The skin in that area tends to be sensitive and thinner with less fat underneath it.
This skin tends to be more delicate than the skin on the other parts of your face. Aging and fatigue, and other effects tend to show up there first. The effects may be more prominent in some people. For example, in people with lighter skin, the tiny capillaries and veins under the skin may even be more visible.
If the skin under your eyes seems to be thinner than usual, you might want to consider why. You may be unintentionally doing something that makes the skin appear thinner.
Causes of thin under-eye skin
As a general rule, the skin around your eyes, including the skin underneath your eyes, is thinner than the skin on the rest of your face. It doesn’t contain as much subcutaneous fat, and it also doesn’t have as many oil glands and collagen, research suggestsTrusted Source, so it tends to look a little drier and is more prone to developing fine lines too.
But there are other reasons that your skin may seem thinner under your eyes — or why changes to the skin under your eyes are so readily apparent.
Skin lightening, or skin bleaching, is a cosmetic procedure that aims to lighten dark areas of skin or achieve a generally paler skin tone.
It’s usually used to improve the appearance of blemishes such as birthmarks and dark patches (melasma).
Skin-lightening procedures reduce the concentration or production of melanin in the skin. Melanin is the pigment that gives skin its color and helps protect it from the sun.
The main techniques used to lighten the skin include:
- skin-lightening creams
- laser treatment
Trying a skin-lightening procedure is a significant decision. It can be expensive and time-consuming, and the results cannot be guaranteed.
If you’re thinking of going ahead, be absolutely sure about your reasons for wanting to try it, and do not rush into it.
Skin-lightening techniques can result in serious side effects and complications. People with dark skin tones are particularly at risk of these problems.
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