- Dark circles around the eyes are a common concern, often leading to a tired or aged appearance. These shadows can be the result of various factors, including genetics, lack of sleep, ageing, and even lifestyle habits.
- Dealing with dark circles can be challenging as they are typically due to a constellation of contributing factors including: skin pigmentation, skin thinning, underlying blood vessels, fluid retention or fat loss in the area.
To effectively address this issue, The MW Clinic London offers a number of treatments including polynucleotides and Sciton BBL light therapy. The latter's innovative procedure is designed to target and reduce the appearance of dark circles due to hyperpigmentation, giving the eyes a refreshed and youthful look.
- Sciton BBL utilises non-invasive high-intensity phototherapy that penetrates the skin layers, addressing the melanin and blood vessels contributing to dark circles. This process helps to brighten the under-eye area and even out skin tone.
- Undergoing the Sciton BBL treatment can significantly diminish the prominence of dark circles, leading to brighter, rejuvenated eyes and a more alert appearance.
- With its non-invasive approach and minimal downtime, Sciton BBL is a favoured choice for those keen to tackle their under-eye concerns without undergoing surgical interventions.
- For best results, a series of 3-4 sessions is typically advised. However, the exact number can depend on individual skin conditions and the severity of the dark circles.
- Opting for Sciton BBL is more than an aesthetic choice; it's about restoring confidence and embracing a fresher appearance.
- If you're troubled by dark circles and are considering the Sciton BBL treatment, please schedule a consultation with Dr Meg Minasian. Contact us here or book your online session here.
Please find below many of the most common other questions about Dark Circles asked by our clients, and answered by our expert aesthetic doctor, Dr Meg Minasian
How can I get rid of my dark circles?
- The MW Clinic London offers a number of treatments including polynucleotides and Sciton broadband light therapy.
Can dark circles really be treated?
- Yes, dark circles can be treated through various treatment methods and Dr Meg Minasian will be happy to discuss these with you during a consultation.
Are dark circles reversible?
- Dark circles can be improved and reduced, but complete reversal may depend on their underlying cause and individual factors.
Are dark circles related to the liver?
- Dark circles can sometimes be associated with liver-related issues, but they are often caused by various factors, including genetics, allergies, and sleep patterns.
How long does it take for dark circles to go away?
- The time it takes for dark circles to improve or go away varies depending on the cause and the treatment methods used.
What deficiency causes dark circles?
- Dark circles can be linked to nutrient deficiencies, including iron deficiency or vitamin K deficiency.
Can dark circles mean low iron?
- Yes, dark circles can be a sign of low iron levels, but they can also be caused by other factors.
Does low vitamin D cause dark circles?
- Low vitamin D levels can contribute to various health issues, but a direct link to dark circles is not well-established.
What foods reduce dark circles?
- A balanced diet rich in fruits, vegetables, and foods containing antioxidants and nutrients like vitamin K can help reduce dark circles.
Are dark circles caused by poor circulation?
- Poor circulation is one of several potential causes of dark circles, but they can result from various factors, including genetics and allergies.
Why am I getting dark circles?
- Dark circles can be caused by a combination of factors, including genetics, allergies, lack of sleep, and skin pigmentation.
When should I be concerned about dark circles?
- If dark circles persist despite lifestyle changes and skincare, or if they are accompanied by other concerning symptoms, it's advisable to consult a healthcare professional.
Will dark circles go away with sleep?
- Adequate sleep can help reduce the appearance of dark circles, especially if sleep deprivation is a contributing factor.
How do you get rid of dark circles?
- Treatment options for dark circles include topical creams, lifestyle changes, and certain cosmetic procedures.
Does anything really work for dark circles under eyes?
- Various treatments and products can be effective in reducing the appearance of dark circles, but results may vary depending on individual factors and the cause of the dark circles.
How to get rid of my dark circles naturally?
- Natural remedies for dark circles include getting enough sleep, staying hydrated, using cold compresses, and applying certain natural ingredients like cucumber or tea bags.