Eye bags

Eye bags are puffiness or swelling that appears under the eyes, giving the appearance of bulging bags. They are a common cosmetic concern and can make a person look tired or older than their actual age. Eye bags can be caused by a variety of factors, including genetics, ageing, lack of sleep, stress, allergies, and dehydration. In some cases, medical conditions such as thyroid problems or fluid retention can also contribute to the development of eye bags.

As we age, the fatty tissue in our upper cheeks breaks down unevenly, resulting in protruding bulges under the eye. In addition, the orbital septum, a thin membrane that holds fat under the eye, weakens as we age, allowing the fat behind it to sag and press against the skin, contributing to or causing bags under the eyes.

Smoking and alcohol consumption can both dehydrate the skin and break down collagen and elastin, which weakens the delicate skin under the eyes. Meanwhile, sleep deprivation can cause blood vessels under the eyes to dilate, making dark circles appear even worse.

Eye bags are generally not a medical concern, but many people seek to improve their appearance by reducing their prominence through surgical and non-surgical cosmetic treatments.

At Rejuvenation Rooms, we offer non-surgical treatment to help reduce the appearance of eye bags.

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