Struggling with eye creases? Frustrated with looking in the mirror and looking tired even though you’ve had 8 hours sleep? Tear Trough Filler could be the answer to refreshed eyes!
The area between the lower eyelid and upper cheek is referred to as the ‘Tear Trough’. As we age the appearance of these can change making us look tired and less youthful. The eyes can hollow and appear sunken and the skin can wrinkle causing eye creases.
Tear Trough Filler – Everything You Need To Know
Tear trough filler is a non-surgical treatment that uses dermal fillers to smooth, plump and rejuvenate the area. Tear trough filler is a great treatment to help the dark pigmentation under the eyes. These dark circles can be lessened with the Hyaluronic dermal filler. It helps to bring hydration to the area, brightening and boosting the appearance making the eyes look fresher, less tired and more youthful.
Tear Trough Filler is performed by a doctor to ensure the safety and results of the treatment. During a tear trough filler treatment, your aesthetic doctor will inject the hyaluronic dermal filler with a cannula (making the tear trough filler safe). The dermal filler used is combined with lidocaine making the treatment fairly comfortable. The dermal filler absorbs water and gives the skin under your eyes a healthy, plump appearance. The eye creases over the next two weeks after the treatment will look smoother. The treatment is very quick, taking 30 minutes with instant visible results.
Tear Trough Filler is a great alternative to cosmetic surgery which is expensive and requires significant downtime. Tear Trough filler performed by an advanced aesthetic doctor should cost £345. You usually only need one treatment (unless your hollowing or eye creases are severe). The results should last between 9-18 months, making the treatment very affordable.
Why are You Getting Eye Creases?
While these can be brought on naturally as we age due to collagen production slowing down, the skin becomes thinner and loses laxity. Other factors can impact eye creases and hollowing such as: lack of sleep, work-related stress, a busy lifestyle, heavy sun exposure, repetitive facial expression and rubbing your eyes. Remember that under-eye skin is thin and delicate making eye creases and wrinkles more likely than other areas of the face.
Is Tear Trough filler safe?
Hyaluronic acid fillers are biodegradable, malleable and the safest form of dermal filler. Hyaluronic acid occurs naturally in your body, so there’s no risk of allergic reactions or rejection. Hyaluronic acid is reversible and can be dissolved by Hyaluronidase. As with all fillers, there are some small risks involved with this treatment – but when performed by a professional and qualified aesthetic doctor tear trough fillers are a safe, minimally-invasive treatment achieving incredible results.
The most common risks would be swelling and perhaps bruising of the treated area which usually resolves within 48 hours. At Inside Aesthetics, we take patient care very seriously, and so you will be assessed by a doctor before treatment takes place to ensure that you are suitable and fully aware of the pros and cons of this particular treatment. Dr Maria has lots of experience with tear trough filler and how to achieve amazing results, safely.