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Eye Concerns | Eye Bags

Under-eye bags are fat pads under the eye socket that bulge forward. There are many contributing factors why people get them, including age, genetics and environmental factors.

Ptosis

Ptosis is the medical term given to the condition of droopy eyelids. It is generally associated with an age-related sagging of the muscles that hold the eyelids up. However, ptosis can also occur in children as a birth defect (congenital ptosis).

Ageing and sun exposure

Exposure to the sun and the natural effects of ageing can cause the skin around your eyes to sag more. As the skin becomes less elastic with age, and the face becomes less plump and firm, the result is often loose or excess skin around the eyes.

Nerve problems

Damage to the nerves that control the muscles around the eyes can also cause droopy eyelids to occur.

Disease or injury

Occasionally, certain diseases or an injury to the eye or eyelid can cause the eyelids to droop and sag.

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