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5 Ways to Look and Feel More Confident

There are many reasons why some people get dark circles under their eyes and others don't. Some of the most common causes include:Genetics: Dark circles can be inherited from parents. Lack of sleep: When you don't get enough sleep, the skin under your eyes can become thin and pale, making the blood vessels more visible. Allergies: Allergies can cause inflammation and swelling around the eyes, which can make dark circles appear more pronounced. Dehydration: When you're dehydrated, the skin under your eyes can become dry and flaky, making dark circles more noticeable. Sun exposure: The sun's ultraviolet (UV) rays can damage the skin around your eyes, leading to dark circles. Smoking: Smoking can damage the blood vessels around your eyes, making dark circles appear more pronounced. Anemia: Anemia is a condition in which the body doesn't have enough healthy red blood cells. This can lead to pale skin, including the skin under your eyes. Thyroid problems: Thyroid problem