Having Trouble With Your Dark Circles?
Dark eye rings can make a person look tired and haggard. Sometimes what appears as dark eye circles could be due to shadows cast by eye bags, tear troughs or puffy eyelids.
Pigmentation problems causing dark eye circles can be treated using a Q-Switch ND Yag laser from CuRAS. The laser will be able to break up pigmented particles or melanin deposited in the under eye area. A few sessions of laser would be required to lighten the dark eye circles.
Fillers to the under eye area can be used to plump up thinning skin, reducing the visibility of the under lying vessels. Tear trough or under eye fillers can also help to smoothen out the under eye area, hence reducing any shadowing from eye bags or sunken tear troughs. One filler session is usually sufficient to decrease the dark eye circles immediately. Under eye fillers typically last between 4-6 months*.
Under Eye ‘Dark Circles’ and ‘Bags’
It’s a common sight – and many people suffer with ‘bags’ under the eyes. Saggy skin and fluid accumulation can make the under eye appear darker, swollen or puffy. As you age, the muscles and tissue structures that support the eyelids gradually weaken, but there are several treatments that can successfully reduce the dark circles that leave you looking tired and worn out. Don’t just settle for ‘bags’ under your eyes, book a consultation and discover safe and efficient ways to look years younger.
- Dermal Filler – Tea Trough
- NeoGen Plasma
Eye Bags Causes
Bags under eyes — mild swelling or puffiness under the eyes — are common as you age. With aging, the tissues around your eyes, including some of the muscles supporting your eyelids, weaken. Normal fat that helps support the eyes can then move into the lower eyelids, causing the lids to appear puffy. Fluid also may accumulate in the space below your eyes, adding to the swelling.