Can’t Get Rid of Dark Circles? Eye Rejuvenation Treatment with Dermal Fillers and These Tips Can Help.

Dermal fillers for dark circles

eye rejuvenation treatment

With eyes, you can transmit feelings, emotions and moods, but also reveal the state of the skin and lifestyle of the person. Fatigue, lack of sleep, ageing, poor diet or stress will be reflected in our eyes quickly and clearly. Paying attention to hygiene, care and embellishment of the eye area are of vital importance to improve our appearance and feel better.

Cosmetic care:

  • Moisturizers: hyaluronic acid, urea, sodium lactate, allantoin, shea butter, etc.
  • Antioxidants and regenerators: retinol, vitamin C and E, creatinine.
  • Filmogens: cellulose, carboxymethylcellulose, proteoglycans, glycosaminoglycans, etc.
  • Astringent: plant extracts (witch hazel, horse chestnut, calendula, chamomile).
  • Collagen formers: plant extracts like gotu kola.
  • Unsaturated fatty acids: linolenic acid, linoleic acid, cholesterol, arachidonic acid, etc.

For the application of these preparations, a small amount is deposited on the fingertip that is distributed in the area by means of gentle massages from outside the eyes, without it being necessary to apply it on the upper eyelids to avoid the risk of causing irritative conjunctivitis due to the accidental introduction of cream into the eye.

Eye Rejuvenation Treatment  with Dermal Fillers:

There are many trends in cosmetic surgery, but none more significant than the use of dermal fillers like hyaluronic acid to soften wrinkles, fill in fine lines and sunken areas around eyes. These new nonsurgical treatments are popular for several reasons, since people continue to look for procedures with little downtime that at the same time offer immediate results. The eye rejuvenation treatments at Nitai Medical and Cosmetic Centre are non-surgical, affordable and can be scheduled at lunchtime.

With the use of the dermal filler, the eyes can be given volume and support to alleviate the hollow and tired appearance caused by the dark circles of the lower eyelid. Often, dark circles are the result of accumulated fat in the lower eyelid that is excessive due to the loss of volume that creates a hollow area called Dark circles. Placing the dermal filler inside the hollow region around the eyes called tear troughs or dark circles, there is less shadow and therefore an improvement in the dark circles can be observed in the eye rejuvenation treatment with dermal fillers, making the eyes look younger and radiant.

Tips to Avoid Dark Circles/Tear Troughs:

Apart from the eye rejuvenation treatment with dermal fillers, these below-mentioned tips might help in reducing the appearance of dark circles, eye bags and pigmentation around eyes.

Use of eye contour cream containing retinol:

With repeated use, retinol (a type of vitamin A) can stimulate the production of collagen, making the skin soft and plush, contributing to the vascular support of the area and the recovery of the volume and firmness of the skin, thus improving dark circles.

Sleep on your back and use an extra pillow:

Swollen bags under the eyes may seem to be a big problem after you wake up in the morning. Consider sleeping on your back with an extra pillow so that the fluid does not accumulate during the night. Keep the pillow protected from allergens (dust and dust mites); a protective coating over pillows can also help when allergies are to blame.

If you have dark circles, use depigmenting products and sunscreen:

Sometimes dark circles are caused by increased pigment, either from rubbing or from damage caused by the sun. The best treatment for this includes topical lighting agents, such as vitamin C, kojic acid and licorice extract. These ingredients help to diminish the pigmentation of the skin over time, ultimately giving rise to the illumination of the dark circles. Invest in a broad-spectrum physical sunscreen that contains zinc oxide or titanium dioxide.

Allergy Control:

Most people have darkening under their eyes due to allergies and do not realize it. An antihistamine can help in the treatment or else it is best to refer to a skin doctor.

Sleep more, or at least get a more restful sleep:

The cheapest way to reduce the appearance of bags under the eyes is to put on a regular sleep routine of seven to eight hours per day and avoid drinking alcohol a few hours before bedtime.

Teabags:

Tea, which contains natural tannins, is a mild diuretic that can be useful in reducing swelling of the eyes. Place two tea bags in warm water, let the bags cool for a few minutes in the refrigerator. Then place them over your eyes for five minutes, they will feel fresh and look brighter.

Stay hydrated:

Staying hydrated is a key if you are wondering how to get rid of the bags under your eyes. When the body is dehydrated, it responds by retaining as much water as it can, thus causing swelling and pockets under the eyes. One way to avoid bags completely is to stay hydrated. To make sure you are well hydrated, follow the rule of drinking a glass of water (250 ml), eight times a day. That adds 2 litres of water, which is the recommended amount of water to consume daily.

These small changes in your everyday routine might help to sustain the radiance of your eyes, but to observe a noticeable change in your eyes with dark circles, one can opt for eye rejuvenation treatment with dermal fillers. If you are interested in finding out more details, get in touch with us at admin@nitai.com.au.

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