Eyes

Eye Puffiness vs Eye Bags

Eye Puffiness vs Eye Bags
The terms are interchangeable and can be used to refer to the swelling under the eyes. However, in technical terms, there is a difference in the way the terms are used. Eye bags refers to slight swelling or...

Eye Bags vs Dark Circles

Eye Bags vs Dark Circles
Dark circles refer to the darkening of the skin under the eyes. Eye bags, on the other hand, refer to the swelling that occurs around the eyes, which may tend to look like bags. Dark Circles are cause by lack...

Glaucoma vs Cataract

Glaucoma vs Cataract
Glaucoma is a condition that leads to a slow vision loss in the eyes. It can occur in one or both eyes, though it does not spread from one eye to the other. Cataracts, on the other hand, are a condition when...

Myopia vs Hyperopia

Myopia vs Hyperopia
Myopia, commonly known as short sightedness or near-sightedness, and Hyperopia, known as long sightedness, are two of the most common eye conditions. Myopia or near-sightedness means that they can see things...

Japanese vs Chinese eyes

Japanese vs Chinese eyes
Japanese face is generally longer and/or more oval and wider than the Chinese face. Hence, Japanese eyes tend to appear wider. Most Japanese women have single eyelids. Also, Japanese eyes tend to be angled...

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