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I have a dark Corners on my inner eyes. How to get rid of them?

Hi. I need a little help. I have dark corners on the corner of my inner eyes, They don't look like dark eye circles when I google it. Is a tinted dark color on my inner corners of my eyes. I don't know what they are called. I need products to get rid of it. I had tried many eye creams for half a year like Lancôme genifque eye, origins eye cream, Bobbi cream. None of them is working.

Re: I have a dark Corners on my inner eyes. How to get rid of them?

For some reason everyone is talking about circles under the eye. I have the same thing: dark circles inner corner of eyes where they meet the bridge of the nose. Help

You should choose products that will highlight as well as...

You should choose products that will highlight as well as conceal . I have the worst dark circles all around my eyes and I use YSL Touche Eclat in #2 , this color every one can use because it universal and you can also use it over your foundation. Also sephora has it right now as one of their 3 sample products.

The skin is usually very thin around the eyes, so what yo...

The skin is usually very thin around the eyes, so what you're seeing is probably capillaries that are close to the surface, right under the skin (depending on your skin type, the area can look blue, green etc.). To be honest, nothing will really make this go away -- instead, I would invest in a good concealer, such as Bobbi Brown Corrector. These shades are all peach or pink based to neutralize discoloration.

 

http://www.sephora.com/corrector-P270555

 

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Right, but my point was that if the problem is that your...

Right, but my point was that if the problem is that your skin in that area is thin -- and the discoloration you're seeing is caused by capillaries that are right under the surface, no cream or serum is going to treat that -- it just can't, which is why you're finding that nothing works. Creams and serums are good for environmental factors like allergy or sleep related puffy eyes -- not for genetic things like thinner skin in the eye area (which is frequently what causes discoloration in this area). Short of surgery / invasive procedures, you're better off investing in a good concealer -- just to be honest.

 

If you go to youtube and search for Lisa Eldridge's video about under eye circles and discoloration, she explains all of this, the causes, what can be done and what cannot be done. It's an informative video.

Re: The skin is usually very thin around the eyes, so what yo...

Well I need a eye cream or serum to trigger these problems. I have a concealer to help me hide it but that's not what I'm looking for.

Try to use soe shadow as a highlighter and cover. Basical...

Try to use soe shadow as a highlighter and cover. Basically you take a small brush or even ur finger and put some light shadow in the np inner corner where ur tear duct is. I put it on top and right under my lashes in a V shape. This is a trick I learned after seeing all the women on tv, theyre eyes always look so open and bright even with a smokey eye. It may help improve ur situation. Otherwise, try an eye cream meant for dark areas.

Re: Try to use soe shadow as a highlighter and cover. Basical...

I have used a good color corrector and concealer in that area and then used a setting powder to really ensure it's set in that little grey area, then I do my eye makeup as usual, but I put a tiny bit of white (like Halloween/ghost white) eye liner in the inner corner of my eye lid which seems to help, just feather it on and blend it out toward the water line.  You don't want to

see it; just utilize it for brightening.  Works well;  with the correction/concealer it handles the discoloration near the eye and then using the liner to open up the actual eye and brighten the area.  

Re: Try to use soe shadow as a highlighter and cover. Basical...

I've read that the inner corner darkness near the corner where you pick the gunk out sometimes....is caused by your diet. It never says "what" in my diet us causing it, but to just eat healthier to rid the blackness/grayish coloring.

I know I'm gonna try this, I have IBS and bad digestive problems so that might be true for me. ❤❤

Re: Try to use soe shadow as a highlighter and cover. Basical...

Wow, I didn't realize you have IBS. my inner corners do look bluish & dark gray. 

 

I'm not sure how long ago you posted this. 

Re: Try to use soe shadow as a highlighter and cover. Basical...

I believe it is related either diet, medical conditions or medications. The dark corners have recently appeared on my eye corners.  I have Crohn's disease & have a tumor on my adrenal gland.  When they do appear I can't attribute it to any one thing. Help

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