Eyes are the most expressive part of our face but their attractiveness is diminished when bags and dark circles start surfacing in the face giving it a very tired and sad look.
The bags that appear under the eyes can be due to several reasons, such as fatigue, inadequate nutrition, and even genetics. It can be due to the accumulation of liquids, which can be eliminated with cosmetic products; and those of fat, which until now are impossible to eliminate without surgery.
But, Nitai Medical and Cosmetic Centre presents an innovative eye bag removal treatment in Melbourne, which manages to eliminate the annoying bags without going through the operating room. The surgical option for the bags is not the best as can be seen in many cases after the removal of these bags. It had a secondary effect after a few years of aesthetic treatment, the appearance of what is called cadaverous orbit is to say, a basin of the eye sinks excessively, which produces a little flattering aspect.
What are the main signs of fatigue on the face?
They are alterations of the colouration of the skin under the eyes due to an excessive production of melanin and to the dilatation of the capillaries near the surface of the skin. Hereditary factors are one of its main causes (people with a family history of dark circles are more likely to have them). In the fairer-skinned people, this also occurs in subtypes with greater pigmentation (such as the Mediterranean). The physiological dilation of nerve vessels and the loss of thickness of the skin that occurs over the years cause dark circles to accentuate in the elderly. Apart from these circumstances, dark circles may appear as a consequence of diseases (allergies, eczema, atopic dermatitis, conjunctivitis, hormonal alteration states, vascular problems …). Contrary to what was traditionally believed, sun exposure, tiredness or lack of sleep are not direct cause of dark circles, but they do worsen them, and make them prominent.
It is the protrusion, externally visible, of the adiposities that are anatomically in the orbital regions of all human beings, although they can also be due to an excess of skin, which is then more striking on the upper eyelids.
There is a certain constitutional hereditary predisposition to present this type of aesthetic defect, a trend that is accentuated with age. In some cases, the bags have their origin in fluid retention (edema); then they can be indicative of the existence of systemic diseases of cardiac, renal, thyroid origin, of protein loss or of immunological alterations. Some pathological processes themselves (contact eczema) can also cause this type of aesthetic defect. As with dark circles, there are a number of external factors that can favour the appearance of bags; for instance, excessive consumption of alcohol and tobacco, unhealthy diet, sedentary lifestyle, stress or sleep disorders.
What is the most recommended eye bag removal treatment in Melbourne?
The dermal fillers are typically the treatment of choice for removing eye bags without surgery. Dermal fillers are gels composed of a substance called hyaluronic acid, a substance found naturally in the body that can restore the lost volume (or add a new volume) to soft facial tissues.
For patients whose eye bags are caused by deflation of the cheek, dermal fillers can restore the smooth transition from the eye under the cheeks, thus eliminating the appearance of bags under the eyes. It is a resorbable product, non-permanent, sterile, viscoelastic, transparent, colourless, which, after the clinical trials carried out to date, has shown great efficacy and excellent safety in patients, which make it different from the rest of the fillers.
Eye bag removal treatment in Melbourne is for both men and women, in young, middle-aged and elderly patients. Many times, dark circles are a genetic inheritance and appear relatively soon. In some cases, the patients are young who do not show wrinkles, but have the sunken area, or other patients who have been subjected to juvenile acne treatments using very aggressive creams, very absorbent, very astringent, and have very aged periocular area. Occasionally patients present darkened eye area, so if you have any such issue, get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.