32 thoughts on “Dark circles under eyes help

  1. Anonymous says:

    You don’t need to reduce them, they’re genuinely /fashion/. If they’re bad enough you can reduce them by lightly pressing a warm, wetted cloth on the bags

  2. Anonymous says:

    I have them under one eye. Is it un/fashion/ if it’s noticeable to the point that every so often people ask me if I got punched in the face?

  3. Anonymous says:

    Everything I’ve read about them basically comes down to "they’re genetic, you are hecked". So yeah, unless you get fillers or something stupid you just have them.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Idk man. I’m desperate to do something about mine as well. I know poor sleep is contributing to them but I don’t know how to fix it…

  5. Anonymous says:

    >male, in my 40s
    dark circles are to be expected at that age, and dark circles on a man aren’t as much of a debuff as dark circles on a woman.
    i hear a lot of girls like dark circles on a man’s eyes, not sure how true that is though

    • Anonymous says:

      >What about the bags?
      >Notice how her right eye is puffier than the left. How does one get rid of this?
      Preparation h cream
      Yes really, that’s what it’s made to do (shrink blood vessels)
      Cream not the ointment, that shits like vasoline

  6. Anonymous says:

    I’ve started soaking cotton pads in coffee and putting them on my eyes for 15 minutes every morning. It definitely brightens my eyes and makes them feel better, but it doesn’t help with discoloration.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Normies without them will give you advice like "Just get more sleep bro!" or "eat some vitamins lmao!" like we ain’t tried every hecking trick in the book. We’re stuck with this shit unless you wanna cash out for the surgery. If there was a solution to this there would be a cure for it already in 2024 sadly

  8. Anonymous says:

    I’ve noticed that mine are a lot better in the summer if I get a lot of sun. I have honestly started thinking that the problem is not really my dark circles but my pale skin.

  9. Anonymous says:

    the bags nothing can be done without surgery or fillers, but the discoloration if it’s real pigment and not a result of shadows you can use hydroquinone at night for a few months, stop a few months and then restart the process for as long as it takes to clear up. the side effects of hydroquinone are mainly fearmongering because some people were stupids and tried using it multiple times daily forever instead of how you’re actually supposed to use it.

    • Anonymous says:

      I read somewhere that discoloration is caused by hyper-sensitivity to UV. Basically, the skin around the eyes tans and tans and tans while the rest of the skin remains pale. If true, you could theoretically use sunscreen and sunglasses to block UV around the eyes before you resort to hydroquinone. I think it also wouldn’t hurt to try blue light blocking glasses. They say tretinoin works, vitamin c works, all of these potentially have less downside risk. May as well try them first.

    • Anonymous says:

      seems to be associated with iodine deficiency

      I supplement both iron and iodine. They’re just genetic. It’s blood vessels, skin color, or some kind of eye and sinus issue like allergies or sleep apnea 99% of the time.

      • Anonymous says:

        Lol it hurts having your ego hurt huh?
        Toxins and malnutrition are the cause which yes genetics can factor into that

        Also, most supplements are not healthy. How they are sources or made consumable they go thru toxic processing
        But your one of those folks that will never research an opposing view due to insecuritys

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