Most eye circles are caused by hyperpigmentation, which usually affects people of African, Mediterranean, and Asian descent. Shiseido’s moisturizing treatment reduces melanin production and increases circulation.
As skin ages, loss of collagen causes it to sink into the orbital cavity. StriVectin works on age-related circles by brightening skin, stimulating collagen production, and increasing cellular turnover.
The skin around the eye area is naturally thin; plump it up by using a cream that thickens and moisturizes.
When eye circles are caused by broken capillaries under the skin, the best remedy is a good concealer. YSL’s award-winning Touche Éclat brightens the under-eye area while correcting red and blue tones.
The soothing cucumber extract in this mask can reduce swelling and puffiness. Use it all over the face or as a targeted eye treatment.
This award-winning cream concealer targets dark circles on any complexion.
This concealer moisturizes as it hides circles and other imperfections in the eye area. The creamy formulation applies easily and blends well with foundation.
Sun exposure doesn’t cause under-eye circles, but it does make them worse. If you have dark circles already, it’s imperative to use a daily sunscreen with SPF 30 to keep skin in peak condition so it’s hydrated, firm, and supple.
Dermatologist to the stars, Dr. Brandt, formulated this collagen-boosting serum to keep under-eye circles from looking puffy or wrinkled.
Maybelline nailed it with this Insiders' Beauty Award-winning under-eye concealer. The special applicator and super-concentrated concealer formula keep you looking bright-eyed.