Dr. Oz says: It depends. if your bags are temporary, they’re probably due to fluid retention, caused by anything from a change in the weather or your hormones to swelling from allergies to not getting enough sleep or eating too much salt. If the bags are permanent, they’re likely the result of aging. The fat surrounding your eye area can move down over time, causing bags. Also, skin loses elasticity when the collagen and elastin that hold it up start to break down, pouched look.
Treatment plan: Minimize temporary bags by prioritizing rest and reducing sodium intake, bring down fluid retention and puffiness fast by holding a cold compress over eyes for a few minutes. To fix permanent bags, your best bet is to visit a dermatologist, who may recommend filler injections or other procedures.
Source: Good Housekeeping November 2017 Dr. Mehmet Oz Medical Expert
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