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Depending on the severity of your eye bags, you may be able to use at-home remedies like caffeinated tea bags or ice packs to reduce the puffiness. However, that’s more of a DIY preventative treatment option for bags under the eyes.

While the condition is mostly cosmetic, you may want to see a provider for a medical opinion if the swelling is:

  • Severe
  • Persistent
  • Painful
  • Itchy
  • Red

These medical symptoms may indicate infection, thyroid disease, or an allergy. If you do not have these symptoms, you can take comfort, knowing that nothing is wrong. However, your cosmetic concern with bags under the eyes may include: 

  • Looking older than you are
  • Always looking tired
  • Appearing sick when perfectly fine

A common cause for bags under the eyes that can affect anyone is aging. Aging has a noticeable effect on your face—specifically, the area under your eyes. As you get older, your eyelids’ tissue and muscles weaken, causing the swelling and discoloration that bags under the eyes can bring. Some signs to pay attention to are sagging skin and relocation of the fat around your eye, dropping below the eye. Combined with other aging signs, such as wrinkles and fine lines, bags under eyes contribute to a perception of chronic fatigue. 

Fortunately, finding an expert is as simple as visiting our online community. With AgeEnvy, valuable information detailing bags under eyes and qualified providers to address this concern is at your fingertips. Keep in mind that your health and safety comes. That’s why our mission is to give consumers control over their health by getting them connected with providers that are licensed; verified experts focused on treating bags under eyes.


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