Dark circles around the eyes aren’t easy to live with, but they can be managed and reduced with time and patience. These particular treatments make up a significant portion of the skincare market and there’s a good reason for it. Shadows under the eyes don’t give someone the vital, healthy look that they want – in fact, it’s the exact opposite.
If you want to get your dark circles around the eyes treated, you need to figure out whether you want home remedies or medical remedies, and below, you can find your options laid out in front of you.
You may have already tried all the options for home remedies for circles around the eyes, so the next step would be to look to the medical treatments available to try, instead.Before you start treating the dark circles around the eyes that have been affecting you for so long, you need to first try to work out the underlying cause. This can be the most specific way that you can get your dark eye circles gone for good. Thankfully, there are some medical treatments are available, including:
- Dermal Fillers. Using dermal fillers can enhance your looks and it lasts for up to 2 years. You can achieve a natural look that doesn’t hinder your facial expressions. The aesthetic results are immediate, and having fillers added in just under the eyes and in where crows feet usually appear can reduce the look of circles around them.
- Fat Grafting/Transfer. Fat removal of excess skin and fat to reveal a smoother under-eye surface. This can even out the skin and brighten up your face – no more dark circles.
- Skin Tightening Surgery. Laser surgery to resurface the skin, tightening the skin and enhancing the look overall. It’s a popular alternative to surgical procedures that are far more invasive.
- Chemical Peels. A popular technique to improve the appearance of skin on the face. A chemical solution is laid on the skin that causes it to exfoliate and eventually peel right off. The new skin is smoother and less wrinkled than the older skin.
- A procedure known as microneedling is one that uses small needles to prick the skin, and this is to generate new collagen and skin tissue for firmer and more toned skin. It’s mostly used on the face to remove wrinkles and can help to reduce the appearance of circles around the eyes.
- Skin changes over time take their toll and carboxytherapy is the biggest breakthrough in non-surgical treatment since Botox. Results to bring down the appearance of under-eye bags are rapid and dramatic. Simple, safe and perfect for beautiful and younger looking skin.
It’s important to discuss your options with a qualified dermatologist or surgeon, so that you can get the best treatment available. Your skin needs to be looked after to the best of your ability and that often means the procedures that aren’t surgical. Speak to JB Cosmetic today and see how she can help;