comical44 saidOk thanks for the advice...I didnt schedule anything so im glad I got some input....So heres my question I have some red marks around the eyes(under my eyes) and it gives off like a black and blue look, I think they might be small broken blood vessels or something like that....
So if you guys are telling me other options to try first like the microdermabrasion...Will that get rid of some of the red spots and discolored areas? because if that will I will skip the peel
Small broken blood vessels can be treated with with a dyed pulse laser treatment by your dermatologist or a cauterizing needle treatment. I've had both done for broken blood vessels on my face. I have rosacea and get broken vessels around my nose and cheekbones easily.
Both of them hurt like a bastard. The laser treatment feels like someone snapping a rubber band on your skin and leaves bruises/blackened marks that fade after a few days. The needle hurts more, but is immediate and doesn't bruise. I found for me, the needle treatment lasts longer.
If you have small red dots, like freckles, that is something that can be taken care of, but if they are close to your eyes if might be difficult.
Dark undereyes can be a sign of not enough sleep, but that skin is also more delicate. Try not to rub your eyes, it can worsen it. there are over the counter lotions and treatments you can use to help minimize them and even your skin tone.
No matter your age, an oil-free face lotion with an built in spf is a good idea to use every day.