Bags under eyes are a common trait in people that stay out all night partying.  But what about the rest of us more grounded folks who simply suffer bags under our eyes as a part of the natural aging process or because we work long hours and aren’t able to sleep a full 8 hours a night?  What can we do to get rid of the bags under the eyes?

What are eye bags?

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.

How are under eye bags caused?

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)

How can under eye bags be treated?

Under eye bags can be treated by combating the issues outlined above, coupled with an eye serum or cream.  Try making these few simple 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.

Eye bags normally start small and grow bigger when left untreated.  Fortunately, with advancements in cosmetic science there are many treatments for under eye bags.  Expensive surgery like any eye lift is not the only option, like it once was.  There are many premium eye creams and eye serums that can help get rid of the bags under the eyes.  You just have to know what ingredients you need to look for in an under eye product.

The skin under our eyes is very thin and very delicate.  As we grow older, this already fragile skin becomes even thinner.  This also contributes to bags under the eyes.  The less skin we have, the easier it is for issues like under eye bags and dark circles to show through that very thin, delicate tissue.  To learn more, read my page on eye puffiness, and you will see where I explain that the skin actually thins as you age.

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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.