Eye Bags & Dark Circles

Dark circles under the eyes are fairly common for both men and women. Similar to most other conditions of this kind, dark circles often appear as you age and can sometimes make you appear older than you actually are. Dark circles are most commonly accompanied by bags under the eyes.

Although eye bags and dark circles can affect anyone, regardless of gender, there are some factors that can mean that you are more likely to suffer from them, including elderly patients, those who have a genetic predisposition to this condition, and those from non-white ethnic groups.

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People often assume that tiredness and fatigue is the most likely cause of eye bags and dark circles, however, a number of factors can contribute to the cause, such as fatigue, age, straining of the eyes, allergies, dehydration, UV damage and genetics.

Coppergate Clinic are pleased to offer a range of surgical and non-surgical treatment options to tackle the appearance of under eye bags and circles including:

  • Lower Blepharoplasty
  • Tear Trough Correction
  • Exilis Elite
  • CACI

Get in touch with us today and our team will be delighted to advise you on the best treatments to resolve those bags under eyes.

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