The Truth. The Dark Truth. And Nothing But the Dark Under Eye Circles Truth!

Dark under eye circles are common - particularly for those of us with skin-of-color. While they usually don’t signal a serious health issue, they can affect one's appearance and confidence.

Here are some reasons dark under eye circles may appear to be more pronounced on skin-of-color.


  1. Melanin Overproduction: Skin-of-color is more prone to hyperpigmentation. This occurs with the over production of melanin. Melanin overproduction usually happens as a result of sun exposure, hormonal changes, skin injuries or inflammation. Excess melanin can accumulate under your eyes, leading to the appearance of dark circles.
  2. Genetics: Genetic factors play a role in the development of dark under eye circles. If you are genetically predisposed to having thinner under eye skin, veins are more likely to show, making the skin under your lower lids appear darker.
  3. Sun Exposure: Exposure to the sun's harmful UV rays can exacerbate hyperpigmentation under the eyes. Since individuals with skin-of-color already have higher levels of melanin, prolonged sun exposure can further darken the skin under our eyes, making dark circles more noticeable.
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  4. Allergies and Sinus Congestion: Allergies and sinus congestion can cause blood vessels under your eyes to dilate, leading to dark circles. Those of us with skin-of-color may experience more pronounced dark under eye circles due to the contrast between the dark circles and our natural skin tone.
  5. Aging: As we age, the skin under our eyes becomes thinner and loses elasticity, making blood vessels more visible. This can contribute to the appearance of dark circles, particularly in individuals with skin-of-color, where the contrast between the dark circles and our surrounding skin may be more noticeable.
  6. Lifestyle: Lifestyle factors such as lack of sleep, poor diet, and dehydration can also contribute to the development of dark under eye circles. Additionally, smoking and excessive alcohol consumption can impair circulation and lead to dark under eye circles.

Dark under eye circles don’t have to be an annoyance that saps your confidence. Addressing the underlying causes will help you achieve a brighter, more youthful appearance. If you need help brightening your under eye area, try our 4.6/5 star rated Dark Under Eye Circle Eraser™ Vitamin C+ Serum.




5 Reasons Everyone Loves Our Dark Under Eye Circle Eraser™ Vitamin C+ Serum

  1. Smooths Fine Lines

Our Dark Under Eye Circle Eraser™ Vitamin C+ Serum is a game-changer for revitalizing your eyes. With potent Pomegranate Enzyme, it boosts skin renewal without any harsh effects, smoothing away fine lines and leaving your under-eye area looking rejuvenated.

  1. Brightens & Erases Dark Circles

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Serum is packed with Vitamin C, Glycyrrhiza Glabra, and Plant Extracts- powerhouse ingredients that brighten and minimize under-eye shadows. It fades pigmentation, erases dark circles, and leaves your eyes refreshed and youthful.

  1. Hydrates & Nourishes

Dryness can accentuate fine lines and wrinkles around your eyes. This is why hydration is key. Our Dark Under Eye Circle Eraser™ Vitamin C+ Serum contains Hyaluronic Acid, Allantoin, and Betaine to nourish and hydrate your skin to restore its bounce and vitality.

  1. Say Goodbye to Puffiness & Bags

Wave goodbye to under-eye bags with our Dark Under Eye Circle Eraser™ Vitamin C+ Serum. Infused with Pro-Vitamin B5, it heals, moisturizes, and reduces inflammation, banishing puffiness and leaving you with a refreshed, wide-awake look.

  1. Plays Nice with Sensitive Skin

No more worries about sensitivity! Our Dark Under Eye Circle Eraser™ Vitamin C+ Serum is gentle yet effective, formulated to suit all skin types, even the most delicate ones. You'll achieve remarkable results without irritation.



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Whether you have Dark Under Eye Circles or not, be sure and, “Love Your Brown Skin!
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Please note – for the purpose of Skin Care: We use Black skin, Brown skin, and skin-of-color interchangeably when discussing people-of-color. When we use the term people-of-color, we intend to mean those whose skin tone is not White and who are Black, Hispanic, Asian, Native American, Mediterranean, Pacific Islander, or of Middle Eastern descent.

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