I have been searching for a version of the isoperimetric inequality which is something like:

$P(\Omega) - 2\sqrt{\pi} Vol(\Omega)^{1/2} \geq \pi (r_{out}^2 - r_{in}^2)$ where $r_{out}$ and $r_{in}$ are the inner and outer radius of a given set. There are of course details which I am missing such as what kind of sets this applies to (clearly connected and possibly simply connected). I was hoping somebody may recognize this inequality and be able to direct me to a source for it along with a proof.

**Update:** I'm curious if anyone can direct me to a some papers which relate the isoperimetric deficit to Hausdorff distance. Such as:
$P(\Omega)^2 - 4\pi Vol(\Omega) \geq C d_H(\Omega,B)^2$ whre $B$ is a sphere in $\mathbb{R}^2$
which may be the inner or outer circle.

**Update April 12:** I would like to know if the first Bonnesen inequality written below is strictly stronger than the one in higher dimensions? In particular, if one considers the Fraenkel assymetry $\alpha(\Omega) = \min_B |\Omega \Delta B|$ where $|B|=|\Omega|$, does it hold on a bounded domain that

$ r_{out}^2 - r_{in}^2 \leq C \alpha(\Omega)$,

for some constant $C>0$? This seems like it should be true but I can't seem to find a concise proof of it.