Jul 122013

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I’ve always had these darn dark circles under my eyes and I hate it! I have used cream, and mega make-up to cover it, and I’m talking when I was in my thirties! Well, I’m not in my thirties and I still have those darn dark circles. If only I could find a cream that would at least take half of it away! So sad, but ladies and gentlemen I’m here to tell you I put my cynical butt on the shelf and tried yet another product.


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A gentlemen pitched me, and told me about his product, and I decided to give it a go.  He’s the  founder of Focus Medical Spa in Orange County, California.  A Dr. Mostamand, and I read that he is accustomed to hearing glowing feedback from thousands of grateful clients about his product.   He has a medical spa that offers non-invasive aesthetic procedures and physician grade skincare solutions to women seeking to rejuvenate and restore their damaged or aging skin.

Dr Mostamand founded a skin care website. Since 2006, DrSkinSpa.com has been dedicated to providing complimentary skincare consultations as well as easy access to more than 4,000 of the most effective, physician grade anti-aging skincare products available.  He also wanted to find out why there were so many skincare products out there that just doesn’t work.  

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Many people I know suffer from dark circles, and it seems to run in our family too.  I don’t know if it’s because we’re Italian or what the case is.  Whether they appear suddenly or are a chronic problem, it’s just a big pain in the neck to me, and it’s making me look older and more tired than I really am. Now I’ve never heard of miracle cures for dark eyes, and the popular advice of “Just get more sleep” can be difficult to fit into a busy schedules or maybe illness, and utterly ineffective when the problem lies elsewhere.

What Causes Dark Circles?

Contrary to popular belief, dark circles under the eyes are not always caused by being tired all the time. The skin under your eyes is thinner and more delicate than the skin elsewhere on your face, making the blood vessels more noticeable.  I know, I didn’t know that either so I looked it up.  However, several different factors can make your skin even thinner or more translucent, creating the appearance of pesky dark circles. If you suffer from dark circles under your eyes, it could be caused by one or more of the following (and I’m not kiddin’ I actually looked this stuff up because I’m totally fet up with this garbage!):

As we get older the skin under our eyes thins and becomes less plump, and unfortunately, aging is difficult to prevent, but this type of dark circle under eyes is most easily fixed with eye creams they say.  Now allergies with rubbing itchy eyes can temporarily increase the appearance of dark circles.  Oh, and it’s not an allergy, but a hangover is a popular one for dark circles too!

Dehydration: Water retention causes the area under your eyes to swell. If you do not drink enough water, the body will cling on to whatever liquid it gets, contributing to dark circles.  Then you would think if  you retain water they wouldn’t be there.  WRONG!

Genetics: People with fair skin or deep-set eyes naturally have more noticeable dark circles under their eyes.  (Oh please, common sense right?).

Iron Deficiency: A lack of iron in the blood causes a blueish tint around the eyes.  Many of the women in my family are anemic, and it seems like we were born with these dark circles for pity sakes.

Also, tiredness with redness makes the skin appear more pale, which makes dark circles stand out more.  Hello to motherhood on that one!  hahaha  And if we throw in some stress and depression… oh Lord, paaaaa leeeease!!!   Let’s throw in a poor diet with loss of appetite and less daily exercise, all of these contribute to dark circles.  Of course let’s throw in that nasty sun too!

How Can I Get Rid of Dark Circles you say?  (Okay, now we’re talkin’)!  Let’s get down to business!

It can be difficult to get rid of dark circles once they appear (HA – Tell me about it!).  To reduce the appearance in the short term, using items found in your kitchen, as well as creams that will have a more lasting effect.  Let’s try some of these.

Drink Enough Water: Experts recommend that we drink 8 glasses of water a day. Water will help to keep your skin healthy and prevent the veins under your eyes from swelling.

Wear sunscreen: Wear Factor 30 under your eyes to protect that delicate skin, and Cool cucumber slices: Place them on your eyes for 15 minutes a day to hydrate the skin and cool and sooth the eyes.

Vitamin C: This vitamin strengthens the walls of your blood vessels, making them less visible under your eyes. Look for creams that include Vitamin C to apply directly to the affected area, and be sure to eat plenty of fruit.

Vitamin K: Creams containing vitamin K can add volume to the skin and heal the veins that run under your eyes.

Ladies I have been using the Ageless Derma product every day, twice a day for two weeks now, and I can see a difference in the darkness under my eyes.  It’s not so prominent as it use to be.  I’m definitely a converter.  How do I look? 🙂


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*Disclaimer:  Opinion in this Post is 100% my own and no monetary compensation was given. 

No compensation was received for this post. I received a product sample in order to facilitate my honest review.

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