Medical treatments for under-eye bags may include eyelid surgery, chemical peels or laser resurfacing, according to Mayo Clinic. The treatment for under-eye bags varies depending on the cause of the condition. More »

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In many cases, the best treatment for under-eye bags is reducing the fluid retention that most commonly causes them. Staying hydrated throughout the day, avoiding salt and avoiding alcohol and smoking can reduce fluid re... More »

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The best home remedy for under-eye bags or circles is treating the skin with something cold. Chilled objects such as cucumber slices, a cold spoon or a damp, chilled tea bag, can be placed over the eye area. More »

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Treatments for an infection in the big toe include a topical ointment, antibiotics, chemical or laser treatments, and soaking the foot at home, according to Mayo Clinic. Mild infections clear on their own, but seek medic... More »

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Over-the-counter eye drops, medications and special contact lenses are used to treat dry eyes, according to Mayo Clinic. Procedures to close tear ducts or unblock oil glands may be necessary in some cases. Light therapy ... More »

Potential side effects of laser resurfacing include infection, changes in skin color, itching and swelling, according to Mayo Clinic. The procedure is not for everyone. Candidates should discuss the risks as well as the ... More »

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Limit salt intake, manage allergies, change sleep positions, remove makeup before bed, drink alcohol cautiously and protect the eyes from ultraviolet rays to reduce under-eye bags. Use cool compresses on the eyes, such a... More »