Bags Under the Eyes Quiz

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4 Min Quiz

One of the biggest reasons people get bags under the eyes is:

Genetics play a large role in the appearance of bags under the eyes and, unfortunately, there's not a lot you can do about it.

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Lack of sleep and salty foods lead to this cause of bags under the eyes:

Lack of sleep, salty foods and even a lack of exercise can lead to water retention which causes those unsightly bags.

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If your bags are simply the result of genetics then plastic surgery is not an option.

Plastic surgery is an option but not one to be taken lightly.

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Sinus infections can create bags under the eyes by:

Sinus infections tend to stretch the skin below the eyes resulting in the unwanted appearance of bags.

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Bags under the eyes in the early morning are usually caused by fluid retention.

Elevating your head with an extra pillow may help reduce fluid retention in the night.

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Bags under the eyes are a natural part of:

Bags under the eyes are something we all have to deal with eventually.

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Ligaments and muscles have nothing to do with the creation of bags under the eyes.

Ligaments and muscles weaken as we get older which creates sagging.

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These levels decline with age, resulting in bags:

When collagen levels decline the skin loses its elasticity.

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If the bags under your eyes disappear by 5pm each day then they're probably caused by fluid retention.

Bags under the eyes caused by fluid retention are generally gone by noon.

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If the skin in your face has sagged with age then you may need:

A specialist can help determine the best procedure for you or you can live with this sign of aging.

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About This Quiz

There may not be a cure for bags under your eyes, but there are ways to minimize them. Get anti-aging skin care tips with our bags under eyes quiz.

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