Are you distracted by dark circles around your eyes? Are you wondering how to get rid of dark circles under eyes? Or, even more, are you wondering what causes dark circles under eyes in the first place? There are three approaches to consider.
While botox is a quick fix, Dr. Koo Skin Care is the enduring longer-term less expensive self-maintenance fix, and finally, surgery is the ultimate fix for getting rid of or at least lessening the dark circles around the eyes. All three combined is the ultimate approach to decrease the swelling and dark circles around the eyes.
First, the quick fix: BOTOX. My patients love the instant fix to how to get rid of dark circles under eyes. Clients look younger and fresher but not different or strange. There is no downtime, no evidence, and most importantly it only takes 15-30 minutes in my office. BOTOX can make your dark circles under your eyes appear less noticeable by relaxing the surrounding eye muscles. This relaxes the skin of the lower eyelid. This reduction in the tension of the skin makes the skin less translucent, less thinned out. The eyelid skin is delicate and thin to begin with and without good preventive skin care when we are young, the delicate eyelid skin thins and will begin to show the bluish dark discoloration of the veins in the fat in our lower eyelids as one ages.
My patients often ask how to get rid of dark circles under eyes without surgery, and besides BOTOX, the best possible solution is skin care!
I feel that skin care is THE most effective way of decreasing the dark circles under the eyes. Dr, Koo Skin Care products, especially our Eye Serum, rejuvenates and restores the delicate skin surrounding the eyes and minimizes the overall swelling of the underlying fat of the lower eyelids. Dr. Koo Skin Care Eye Serum plumps the skin around the eyelids to lessen the translucency of the eyelid skin. My specially formulated serum gets to the root of what causes dark circles under eyes and repairs your skin for a long lasting, youthful effect.
This daily maintenance of the eyelid skin with Dr. Koo Skin Care Eye Serum and Anti-Oxidant Vitamin Serum GLOSS for a minimum of 3 months should improve the overall look of the dark circles around the eyes.
As the texture of the skin improves, the crepeyness of the skin is lessened. With proper use of these products, they will continue to hide the dark circles under the eyes better and better.
Long term skin care maintenance with Dr. Koo Skin Care is the most effective self-care you can do. It minimizes your overall cost for Botox and perhaps preventing or delaying surgery. As always, the best thing you can do to your skin is take care good care of it before it becomes a problem. With the help of my skin care line, that won't be a problem for you.
The definitive remedy for the dark circles under the eyes, however, is surgical intervention. If you are truly ready to kiss those dark circles around eyes goodbye, a combination of skin care and surgery will be the true home run.
Surgery, also known as blepharoplasty, removes the excess fat and skin which cause the dark circles under the eyes. Before and after surgery, skin care with Dr. Koo Eye Serum and complementary skin products will perfect your skin. This two pronged approach will result in the most optimal outcome for removing the lower eyelid dark circles and will remove the source of what causes dark circles under eyes.
Skin care maintenance is the best value for maintaining the overall health and appearance of the eyelid and overall facial skin. One cannot expect a single surgery to cure multiple decades of skin damage or heredity. Dr. Koo Skin Care daily maintenance will minimize ongoing environmental and aging damage. It's the ultimate solution for maximizing your hard earned dollars!!
What Makes Dr. Koo’s Skin Products Different?
My skin products are small batch craft skin products that have not been sitting on shelves for a year! They are small batch runs with dense concentrations and ratios of medical therapeutics formulated in buffered microsomes that will drive the actives into the appropriate skin layer and the skin cells themselves to effect the necessary changes to reduce pore size, wrinkles, and pigmentation.