Dark circles under the eyes and drooping eyelids
Dark circles under the eyes and drooping eyelids

Eye area

The eye area is an area particularly vulnerable to the appearance of unsightly changes. With age, the skin becomes less elastic, thinner, devoid of adequate amount of body fat, and often dry and full of wrinkles. Problems such as dark circles under the eyes or drooping eyelids can be solved with the help of aesthetic medicine.

The most common cause of drooping eyelid is the relaxation of collagen fiber structures. The eye, which gives the impression of being not completely open, looks older and tired. Dark circles under the eyes are caused by loss of elasticity of the delicate skin under the eyes. Stress, fatigue or smoking contribute to the aggravation of these flaws in the eye area.

Depending on the severity of the problem of a drooping eyelid or dark circles under the eyes, a specialist will select the appropriate treatment. Aesthetic medicine offers a whole range of solutions - from fillers to plastic surgery.

Dark circles under the eyes are effectively eliminated by filling with hyaluronic acid or fat. Another proposed treatment is mesotherapy - injection of moisturizing and nourishing products. On the other hand, when the imperfections of the eye area are accompanied by fine wrinkles, the beneficial effect will bring botulinum toxin, i.e. the commonly known Botox.

Recommended treatments

Thulium laser

Subablative laser applied in aesthetic medicine. It is used to reduce hyperpigmentation, scars, visibility of enlarged pores and resurfacing. The recovery period after the procedure is shortened, and the effect of a “baby face" is visible more quickly.  Read more

CO2 laser

Fractional ablative laser. Used to reduce scars, remove lesions and perform resurfacing procedures.  Read more

Radiofrequency microneedling

A treatment consisting in the combination of radiofrequency and microneedle procedure. As a result, the skin is double stimulated, through programmed damage and stimulation with eclectic current. 
This treatment is used to reduce scars and enlarged pores. 
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