TEAR TROUGH EYE
No More Dark Circles!
TEAR TROUGH EYE IN CROYDON UK
TEAR TROUGH FILLER (PAINLESS)
When we are tired, poorly or just simply through genetics, dark circles can really affect our beauty confidence. The area between your lower eyelid and upper cheek is known as your tear trough and as we age, this becomes more prominent. Tear Trough Rejuvenation is a specialized non-surgical aesthetic treatment performed using a Quality brands with Hyaluronic Acid injectable gel with built-in Lidocaine. Restoring volume and helping to retain optimum skin moisture levels, the area looks lighter and brighter with a youthful vibrancy returned.
It’s hard to feel good on the inside when you don’t feel you look refreshed on the outside. Dark circles and bags under the eyes can make a person look tired or older than their years.
In our clinic, we perform tear trough filler treatments in the most natural way.
Tear trough fillers are an excellent way to treat dark circles, eye bags and under-eye hollows. If your eye bags are very severe you may want to consider a blepharoplasty.
No More Dark Circles!
Who is suitable for the tear trough treatment?
Dark circles around the eye area
Tired looking eyes
PRP FOR DARK CIRCLES
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy is a relatively new treatment, which is becoming increasing popular and effective treatment for hair loss and face treatments.
Blood is taken from a patient and placed into a centrifugal machine to separate the red blood cells from the plasma that contains platelets. The PRP, containing a high concentration of platelets, is injected into areas of the scalp that show hair thinning. This stimulates hair growth by encouraging the rejuvenation of follicles and also extending the growth cycle of the hair.
Clinical data provides evidence that PRP also promotes healing by the release of cytokines and growth factors from the platelets into the areas being treated. However even though some clinicians have some excellent results, there is some debate amongst surgeons on how often and how much PRP should be injected. We feel further research is necessary on making sure that PRP is offered with the right protocols across all practices.
Long-lasting results – 6 – 18 months
Quick – typically takes 15 minutes with little downtime