CAN FACIAL FILLERS HELP WITH DARK UNDER EYE CIRCLES?

Facial Fillers

Under eye circles are no bueno. They make a person look tired and years older than their actual age. Most people assume such circles are a result of lack of sleep or stress. But in reality there are many other factors that could influence the appearance of such issues, one of which is volume loss. This is why facial fillers are extremely effective in eliminating raccoon eyes.

Focus on volume loss
Dark circles under the eyes are mainly the result of deep tear troughs. A tear trough, also known as the nasojugal groove, covers the area between the lower eyelids and the upper part of your cheeks. Deep tear troughs create an illusion of dark circles because of the shadow they create below the eyes.

Tear troughs become deeper due to changes in skin laxity in the lower eyelid, as well as the gradual loss of volume in the middle third of the face, both of which are a result of aging. Tear trough issues are common among middle-aged adults but could also develop among teens and young adults due to genetics.

Hold back the years with hyaluronic acid fillers!
Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring substance found in the skin and connective tissues. The body’s supply of hyaluronic acid dwindles with age and production of new hyaluronic acid slows. Tear trough issues stem from too little hyaluronic acid in the area, resulting in hollow, dark circles beneath the eyes.

Hyaluronic acid fillers such as Juvederm, Restylane, and Belotero are excellent choices for improving tear trough issues. These fillers do their wonders by boosting volume in the under eye area while stimulating the body to produce more hyaluronic acid.

Explore our hyaluronic acid filler options at Lumier Medical by calling 310-3756-9595.

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