Treatment for severe under eye circles is directed at the underlying cause, if known, and may include bleaching agents and laser therapy.
However, the best way to prevent dark circles under the eyes is to eat right, drink plenty of water and sleep well. Reduce stress and combat tiredness.
Various beauty products claim to have amazing remedial services on tired eyes. Over-the-counter cosmetics may help diminish dark circles under eyes. Try out skin creams that contain vitamin C or K, alpha hydroxy acid and kinetin.
However, you can cleverly camouflage the dark circles with a light-reflecting concealer - which helps because it contains titanium powder, which reflects light across the dark area. Choose a concealer that is a shade lighter than your foundation. In addition, if your circles are very dark, go 2 shades lighter. Cosmetic surgery to remove dark circles under the eyes. Some cosmetic techniques involve using lasers to stimulate the deep collagen layers in the skin, thus rejuvenating the skin's surface to remove dark circles. Laser treatment can thicken the skin by increasing collagen production, so you are less likely to see vein around the eyes.
A procedure known as blepheroplasty actually removes skin under the eyes and draws the remaining skin taut to help get rid of bags. This expensive process requires recovery time and does have some risks involved. This technique, however does not addresses the cause of dark circles under the eyes.