Eye Bags

Under eye bags are caused by a number of issues, not necessarily even related to your overall general health.  Some of the common causes are outlined below:

  • seasonal allergies
  • a cold
  • a sinus infection
  • a diet full of salty foods
  • crying
  • sleep position (stomach sleeping)

Under eye bags are usually described as the puffy, swollen are under your eyes, and can be accompanied by dark under eye circles.  The puffy and swollen “bags” are actually fluid that has built up.  Eye Bags are also the  result of accumulated fat in the eye area.  This occurs when the septum surrounding the eyeball weakens, which causes the outer layer of fat within the socket to thrust forward, which makes it look like we have “bags” under the eyes.

Eye bags, puffy eyes, and dark circles are three of the main reasons people use eye creams.  An eye cream, when applied properly, can help reduce eye bags and freshen up the eye area.  Using an eye cream as part of a skin care regimen is something that should be started around age 30 at the latest.

The dreaded puffy eyes

Under eye bags are a common trait with people that spend a lot of time in the sun.   As you probably know, UV rays can seriously damage the way your skin generates new skin cells.   Sun exposure can also seriously deplete the way your system creates collagen, so obviously it’s of extreme importance that you take care of yourself when in the sun, and spend as much time away from exposure as possible.

Because of this, your skin will not have that firmness and elasticity as it once did.  When your skin has less collagen around eye eyes, the skin starts to droop and sag.  Under eye bags are formed as the skin becomes thin and loses elasticity.  The skin directly below your eyes has very little protection from the sun, and even a solid spf sunblock won’t entirely prevent eye bags.

You can also develop under eye bags by continually sleeping less than a full 8 hours each night.   Your muscles in this area become lax and do not work properly when you confuse your body with little amounts of sleep – getting proper sleep can drastically prevent eye bags from forming.  If you find yourself off of your normal routine, it’s probably best you use a daily eye serum to treat this, as it will also take preventative measures for you in the future.

By not sleeping properly, the skin around the eye area will not heal properly and it won’t have the ability to regenerate new cells.  This means the bagginess around your eyes will stay with you for longer than usual.

Using an eye cream or eye serum that is formulated with Eyeliss can help to diminish the appearance of under eye bags. This ingredient is specifically formulated to help get your eyes to their normal state without the bags.  Eyeliss drains toxins that are sitting in the eye area.  It also gets rid of pockets of fat in your skin.

Using an eye gel has helped a lot of people with dealing with under eye bags.  In fact, there are some people who have experienced this condition for years, not knowing what exactly causes the nasty bags (sometimes it’s even hereditary) or knowing how to effectively treat them.

In order to completely rid yourself of eye bags it’s best to use a daily eye cream or serum.  If you use one as directed, for the course of time (very important) you will see a difference in your eyes.  Not only will your skin become more smooth but it’ll have more even tones as well.  Your eyes will start to look rejuvenated and more fresh, like you were 5, even 10 years younger.  Some of the best eye creams even help with dark circles.

Eye creams have helped many people in the treatment of under eye bags.  The best way to attack under eye bags is to start treatment early and don’t stop until they are back to normal.  Should you see your eye bags re-appear, go ahead and use a medicinal eye cream or serum until they are reduced.

In addition to using a cream or serum to combat under eye bags, you can also make the following lifestyle changes:

  • If you suffer from allergies, take an over the counter allergy medication.
  • If you indulge in salty snacks, cut back on your sodium intake.
  • If you are a stomach sleeper, try switching sleep positions.  Gravity has a lot to do with fluid under your eyes and if you sleep on your stomach, gravity naturally causes the under eye area to fill up with fluid.

Besides treating bags under your eyes with an eye serum or cream, you can live a healthier lifestyle to essentially help your skin age better.  A consistent exercise routine goes a long way in keeping your skin healthy.  Also, eye bags will appear much bigger and plumper if you don’t get an adequate amount of sleep.  It’s important to sleep well and establish good sleep patterns.  This goes a long way in helping the skin age naturally and effectively.