How to Get Rid of Dark Under-Eye Circles, According to Dermatologists

Can I Do Anything to Prevent Dark Circles?

For starters, you’ll want to stay on top of your sunscreen, choosing a solid formula (SPF 30 or higher and broad-spectrum), or opting for an SPF-based under-eye concealer, which will not only help cover up eye circles, but prevent future damage.

You’ll also want to snag an under-eye cream that can help rebuild collagen and elastin (or keep it from breaking down in the first place), says California-based dermatologist Caren Campbell, M.D. Her favorite is Replenix All-trans-Retinol Eye Repair Cream, which is made with key ingredients like retinol, green tea polyphenols, vitamins A, C, E and K, and hyaluronic acid.

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