My grandson has this condition on occasion. The doctor told me that it is an inherited condition. He does have allergies, however, and the circles come and go, so I'd place my money on allergies alone. In other words, try to figure out what allergies you might have from foods, drinks, sprays, environment, chemicals, gases, or soaps, etc. If you cannot, try to get tested by an Allergist, because in the long run, you will spend WAY more for cover-up makeup over the years that is only a "band aid" for the likely real problem. You'll be happy that you did it. (11/28/2006)
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Thank you all for responding. I don't have allergies...been tested for that.
My eyes are not puffy, so the cucumber, potato, and tea bags didn't work. They did feel nice though. I have tried Avon's items, Hylexin, other brands of lightener and they didn't work either.
My dark circles go completely around my eyes, not just under the eye, no one else in my family has this problem. I can't wear make-up, for my job doesn't allow it, so I can't hide them. I was wondering if this is some type of vitamin deficiency, and AMSUN thank you, I will get some vitamin k cream and see what that does.
Other than that, I just don't know. But I am still searching and when I find something I will let you all know. Thanks again for your suggestions. (12/02/2006)
A paste of almonds mixed with a few drops of milk, helped me out with my dark circles. (03/08/2007)
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