The Most Effective Way to Reduce Under-Eye Bags

Bags under the eyes are frustrating skin-related issues that both young and old people suffer from. Bags or sagging skin under the eyes can make anyone look old and tired. Thankfully, there are easy ways to reduce the presence of baggy, sagging skin around the eyes. From surgery to skincare products – there are many ways to correct this skin problem. But, before people learn how to eliminate these “bags”, they must learn why they’re suffering from this condition. Bags under the eyes can be caused due to hereditary reasons. Some people get bags under their eyes because of their behaviors. For instance, rubbing the eyes vigorously or not getting sufficient sleep. 

Medical Procedures to Treat Under-Eye Bags 

The state of your under-eye bags will deteriorate with age. For long-lasting solutions, doctors must eliminate the fluid that has accumulated in the fat tissues under the eyes. One medical technique that helps reduce under-eye bags is liposuction. Doctors open incisions inside the eyelids to suck out the accumulated liquid. This invasive procedure is efficient. But, many people who fear bruising, swelling, or getting scars may not like the idea of getting eyelid liposuctions. Such people can try cosmetic surgery to eliminate the bags under their eyes. Surgical removal of fat under-eye bags is not as intense as liposuction. Patients don’t receive too many scars after the procedure.

Natural Ways to Treat Under-Eye Bags 

There are various efficient ways to reduce under-eye bags [ลดถุงใต้ตา, which is the term in Thai]. Applying cucumber to the eye bags is a common solution. The vegetable has a cooling effect on the bags, making them less puffy. Regular face washes and massages can also reduce the puffy bags under your eyes. Apply eye cream or moisturizer during these massages to help improve the blood circulation in that area. Practice these natural steps for a few months before seeking medical treatment. 

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By Finn

Finn Oliver Edwards: Finn, a pediatric nurse, shares child health tips, parenting advice, and preventive measures for common childhood illnesses.