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How to Reduce Dark Eye Circles With Sunekos and Other Treatments

by adminsunekos

They say that the eyes are the windows to the soul. Maintaining the beauty of our eyes is a priority for most of us. With that said, a common problem for everyone is those pesky dark eye circles below or around our eyes. Eye bags and dark eye circles can be a difficult thing to remedy. Luckily, Sunekos has got your back, or eyes in this matter. In this article, we’ll discuss how you can reduce the appearance of dark eye circles and eye bags with the help of Sunekos.

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Before we start, let’s understand further how Dark Eye Circles is formed and why it is part of the common issues that many people face. Eye bags and dark circles can be caused by many lifestyle choices, from late-night overtime from work to binge-watching your favourite show until dawn. With that said, other factors are more- no pun intended- skin deep.

Of course, continuous stress and sleep deprivation eventually cause dark circles to form and the skin under your eyes will start to sag. Due to the stressful lifestyle, it will cause your undereye area to age faster, which tends to lose the necessary collagen and elasticity needed. Unhealthy lifestyle habits, such as smoking frequently, second-hand smoking, and straining your eyes at your computer screen for a long duration of time, will eventually result in the same problem.

Dehydration and allergies are possible factors that cause sagging under the eyes. Although, not all causes of it can be controlled, as it can come with age or be hereditary. However, the reason why dark eye circles are easily formed is due to the fact that the under-eye area is the most delicate and has the thinnest skin as compared to the whole body. Age is also one contributing factor that results in the loss of collagen and elastin, therefore thinning that layer of skin which makes the blood vessels more visible.

Regardless of the reason, it is a problem that has plagued many people. As a result, various under-eye treatments popped out on the market making it a solution to all the dark eye circles “victims”. One that has gained popularity in Europe, UK and now Asia is Sunekos.

What is Sunekos?

Sunekos is a unique injectable with a formula that can aid in dealing with signs of skin ageing and treat dark eye circles. It has an HY6AA formula or 6 essential amino acids (Glycine, L-Proline, L-Lysine, L-Alanine, L-Valine, L-Leucine) with Hyaluronic Acid.

The combination of these ingredients may be able to restore the health and hydration of your skin. Also, the said patented formula is unique and can only be found in Sunekos. It is of the specific mix and ratio in order to stimulate the right layer of the skin to allow natural reproduction of collagen (provides skin strength), elastin (provides skin elasticity), and including the hardest collagen to product (Type 4 collagen).

Furthermore, the combination of these ingredients (HA + HY6AA) works together to stimulate the reproduction of collagen and elastin in the Extracellular Matrix, located in the dermis layer of the skin. The unique formulation also keeps the skin healthy and moisturized. To find out more, click here!

Other than the delicate under eye treatment, Sunekos can also be applied in areas such as the body, face, neck, hands, and arms.

How Does Treatment with Sunekos Work?

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Sunekos has two variants to choose for your treatment, Sunekos 200 and Sunekos 1200. For dark eye circles treatment, Sunekos 200 is commonly used.

Treatment protocol with Sunekos 200 is done in the span of three treatments. Each treatment lasts only up to 15 minutes and done with a 7-day interval between each session.

For maintenance, you can repeat another three sessions, each with Sunekos 200, after six months, depending on your diet and lifestyle. These maintenance sessions can help in achieving desired results. Furthermore, using Nutrakos Eye Contour Gel, alongside your treatment, helps to preserve your results.

Aside from treating bags and dark circles, Sunekos 200 also targets common problem areas such as the forehead, neck, hands, and décolleté. For reviews on Sunekos treatment, click HERE!

Other Treatments for Dark Eye Circles

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Sunekos is a wonderful product, but it is not a miracle maker. Prevention is always better than cure. There are things you can do to stop dark eye circles from forming! Aside from that, there are also home remedies to reduce the visibility of dark eye circles if you do not want to opt for Sunekos Treatment:


Getting 7 to 8 hours of sleep is still the best way to avoid having dark eye circles. The time we take to sleep is when the body naturally regenerates, including our skin. Getting enough sleep is vital to make sure that your skin regenerates properly and stays healthy. The recommended best before time for an adult to sleep is 11 pm. It might be simple, but it is hard to follow suit due to the hectic work-life that every individual might face.

Cold tea bags

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Steep black or green tea bags in hot water for about 5 minutes, then let the tea bags rest in the refrigerator for 15 to 20 minutes. Tea contains caffeine, antioxidants, and stimulates blood circulation, as well as reduces liquid retention in the skin. Close your eyes and apply the cold tea bags for 15 to 20 minutes, then rinse with water. This will rejuvenate your eyes and the surrounding area.

Cold Compress

A cold compress can help shrink dilated blood vessels and reduce swelling, thus reducing the puffy dark eye circles. You can put ice cubes in a soft cloth, leave a small towel in the fridge overnight or use cold water to damp on and around your eyes for 20 minutes. However, these are temporary home remedies and not the long-term solution for it.

Face Mask

There is a wide array of face masks that not only help rejuvenate and exfoliate the skin, but can also reduce the visibility of dark eye circles. Choose ones that are organic or come from reputable brands. Most common exfoliating face masks are black charcoal or aloe vera face masks. Make sure you choose the right type of face mask that has the right ingredient to target the right problem area!

Eye cream and serum

A daily under eye cream is a must for you to implement into your skincare routine, both morning and night. As mentioned previously, the under eye is the most sensitive, thinnest, and delicate part of your face. By applying eye cream or serum with the right concentration of ingredients will help to minimize your dark eye circle and even repair the damaged area to a certain extend. But beware of the types of eye cream or serum used as it might not suit every skin condition. If you used the wrong product, it will cause your under eye to have reaction and inflammation on the skin.

Do Not Rub Your Eyes

It is common to feel an itch in your eye and the natural response is to rub them to ease your discomfort. However, rubbing your eyes too frequently with a hard force is not good for the undereye area. As it is a very sensitive and delicate area of the eyes, harsh rubbing motion will further damage the skin and result in stimulating allergies or inflammation that might result in deepening your dark eye circles.

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