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Haloxyl Eye Cream Treatment in Kent
Dark under eye circles can make a person look tired, unhealthy, and much older than his or her actual age. Dark under eye circles are facial skin conditions or discolourations that can be difficult to treat, especially if the treatment is not done on a regular basis.
The quest for an eye cream treatment that will truly improve the appearance of dark under the eye circles may be over, with the Haloxyl eye cream treatment. Haloxyl has been identified as the main ingredient in products that claim to reduce dark-circles under the eye region.
What Causes Dark under Eye Circles?
- Skin thinning, and loss of fat and collagen in the under the eyes area (which is a common occurrence in the natural ageing process) can make the bluish-red blood vessels under the eyes more obvious
- Lifestyle factors, such as chronic alcohol use, physical or emotional stress, or smoking, can wreak havoc on the appearance of a person and cause dark under the eye areas
- Irregularities in pigmentation, or skin discolouration – which are of more concern for people of colour, especially African Americans and Asians
- Nasal congestion (which can dilate and darken the veins that drain from the eyes to the nose area)
- Atopic dermatitis (eczema)
- Heredity – dark under-eye circle conditions can run in families
- Scratching or rubbing of the eyes
- Sun exposure, which prompts the body to produce more melanin, the pigment that gives skin its color
- Self Care for Dark Circles under the Eyes
- Cold Treatment – Cold temperatures can help reduce the appearance of dark under the eyes circles. A cold compress, a bag of frozen peas wrapped in a soft cloth, or even two chilled teaspoons can be used to temporarily reduce dilated and discolored under-eye blood vessels. Or try a cooled, used teabag.
- Catching up on Sleep – Sleeplessness don’t usually cause under-eye circles; however, lack of sleep can make a person look paler and more hollow-eyed, so shadows and circles that are already present can be more obvious.
- More Pillows under the Head – Elevating the head with two or more pillows can work to prevent puffiness that may develop when fluid pools in the lower eyelids.
- Eye Creams – Countless eye creams promise to reduce or even eliminate the appearance of under the eyes dark circles. However, very few can provide even the slightest improvement in the appearance of the dark circles – and Haloxyl eye cream is one of those very few that can actually provide the desired lightening of the dark areas under the eyes.
- Makeup or Concealer – The right concealer can hide the appearance of dark circles. If the circles under the eyes are bluish in colour, it is best to use a peach-colored concealer, and avoid a concealer that is coloured white or gray. It is also avoid scented products and those containing salicylic or glycolic acid, which can irritate delicate eye tissue, making redness, and swelling worse.
How the Haloxyl Eye Cream Treatment Works
The Haloxyl eye cream ingredient works by eliminating the tendency of the blood from pooling or gathering in the areas under the eyes. The blood that is left to pool or gather under the eyes is one of the main causes of under the eye dark circles. Haloxyl eye cream treatments work to stimulate the normal blood flow so there is no possibility of blood pooling in one area.
Haloxyl eye cream treatments also work by providing extra protection for the thin skin under the eyes; the skin is thickened with the use of a Haloxyl eye cream product, so that the area takes on a firmer condition and texture. Thickening of the skin under the eyes is also effective in reducing the puffiness of that particular area.