Are Your Eyes Depressed?

5Feb
Woman Sunken Eyes

By: Dr. Masoud Esfahani

Eyes are what most of us call the windows to our souls. Just by looking to ones eyes you can see how is she really feels or say. The lips may speak anything under the sun but the eyes speaks the truth. It is the first thing that we can notice to a person. The eyes doesn’t tells emotion but it can also determines one’s health. As we age the eyes appears to be sunken and dark. This is also a result when your eyes are depressed. The factors that may contribute to depressed or sunken eyes are aging, dehydration, lack of sleep and some medical conditions. Sunken eyes are also known as “tear trough hollows” or “under-eye hollows” and it can be noticed in our late 30’s to early 40’s.

When To Know You Have Depressed Eyes?

The following are some of the signs of sunken eyes:

  • A hollowing around eyes
  • Darkening of the lower eyelids
  • Darkening under the eyes
  • Thin like skin under the eyes
  • Tired-looking face

Factors that are associated with Sunken Eyes

Sunken eyes may just be part of aging and is not necessary a medical condition.

  • Aging
  • Uncontrolled weight loss
  • Heredity
  • Having not enough Sleep
  • Dehydration
  • Too much sun exposure
  • Bad Habit: Smoking

Have A Happy Eyes!

Make your eyes look happy and say goodbye to your depressed eyes by trying out these treatments:

  1. Dermal fillers
    Fillers are your best option for your depressed eyes due to its hyaluronic acid content which fills up those dehydrated-looking eyes and give it some volume.
  2. Cosmetic surgery

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