Dark circles under the eyes are medically termed as periorbital hyperpigmentation. They are defined as bilateral, round, homogeneous pigment macules on the infraorbital regions. It is neither health-threatening nor clinically severe. However, individuals especially women, are concerned about how this reflects on the overall appearance of their face. Besides the normal aging process, dark circles can happen to individuals of any age or gender which can affect the quality of life.
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