Author: Leila Tan|2023-6-6
Allergic shiners, often known as dark eyes, are puffy, dark circles beneath the eyes caused by allergies. They manifest as unsightly shadows or dark circles around the eyes and are notoriously difficult to conceal. Shiners are a typical symptom of allergies such as hay fever, asthma, and those to certain foods or environmental triggers. Lack of sleep and dehydration can contribute to some of these problems. In most cases, the only risk associated with allergic shiners is an aesthetic one. Thankfully, there are a variety of techniques to cure allergy-related dark circles beneath the eyes.
Is allergic rhinitis the same as a runny nose?
Can allergic medications cure allergic rhinitis for good?
What are the reasons for under-eye circles aside from stuffy noses?
Will allergy medicine make my allergic shiners go away?
What should I be careful about after treatment?