One’s physical appearance is economically driven (the best-looking people have the most success in the business world, according to some statistic or other). One’s physical appearance is a major contributor to the biological imperative (eyes and spaced just so far apart, lips flush, hips of perfect child-bearing proportions and capacities, according to anthropologist Desmond Morris and others, are signs of symmetry and quality of species…which potential mates unconsciously measure). And, of course, our youth driven culture prizes physical beauty in the eyes itself are at the forefront of what we see.
The real cause of bags under your eyes indicates that you have fluid collecting in the loose skin and a filling of the fat deposits in that region of your face (creating shadows), according to one health professional at TeenHealthFX. And causally, you have bags under your eyes (or dark circles under your eyes), as nine out of 10 people do at one time or another in their lives (according to azcentral.com), because of many possible (and combined) causes:
- Poor diet
- Overexposure to sunlight
- Overuse (number one culprit: long-term pc monitor-reading)
- Sleep deprivation
- Disease or illness (or organ damage)
- Natural aging
So really the question becomes how do you lessen the effect or mask bags under the eyes This is where the beauty industry picks up the baton and runs with it. Mascaras and masking agents can be effective for more milder cases, a perch train cases surgery is also an alternative. For some milder cases, good old fashioned organic “remedies” still suffice. Some people apply warm (pre-steeped) teabags for about ten to fifteen minutes. Others use a slice of raw potato cut in half, each half they put under each eye for about 15 minutes or so. Many others will swear the cucumbers are very effective. And that you can imagine there are tons of creams and lotions available on the market aimed at eliminating bags under your eyes. There are many things that can be done and if you feel that the bags in your eyes are a little more than you can handle that I may suggest you visit a dermatologist.