Are you sleeping enough?Tiredness from lack of sleep can lead to these dark circles. You need that beauty rest to have a fresh-faced look without those telltale signs that you’ve been up all night texting. Your body needs rest, for healing and health. Be sure to give yourself at least seven to eight hours of sleep per night, and you may just see those dark circles fade away.
Allergies cause more than sniffles and sneezing. When you have specific allergies, your body releases histamines, which can cause puffiness, swelling, and inflammation. This can be noticeable on the face especially, causing the under eye area to appear more sunken. Blood vessels may become more pronounced in this area too, leading to a darker hue and discoloration.
Sun worshipers are susceptible to seeing circles. You may love that golden glow, but hyperpigmentation changes from those rays can make sensitive skin, like the thinner skin under the eyes, stand out. Your tan will not only be uneven, but also make your dark circle stand out. Plus, skin health is essential. Don’t be the male version of “Tan Mom.” Those are 15 minutes of fame nobody wants to see.