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Staying up all night is one of the common trends of this generation. Be it enjoying a party with friends or making an early morning presentation at the last hour – staying up all night has now become a very common routine. But for such a routine, you pay a price – Eye Bags!! The enemy of facial appeal.
Scouring the most expensive and perfect concealers from Sephora to hide these under-eye bags or trying all other remedies such as placing the caffeine bags on the affected area or turning your face upside down so that the blood circulation might cover these eye bags – but in the end, everything fails, and anyone who looks at you, wants to know if you are sick.
However, age and time can also be significant contributors to the development of under-eye bags, along with stress and insufficient sleep. Moreover, your genetics can also bring under-eye bags before you reach a certain age. And a few other factors such as allergies, congestion, or sinus issues can also become a cause for these eye bags.
This is due to the fact that over time, the three fat pockets surrounding the eyes—one right next to the nose, one in the center of the lower lid, and one on the lateral—herniate, resulting in swollen “bags” underneath. But regardless of whether your under-eye bags are a result of aging, heredity, exhaustion, sinus problems, or anything else, you undoubtedly would like to get rid of them. Most people can now avoid surgical treatments since the introduction of the latest non-invasive treatments, which are not only much safer but are also way more effective.
Just like botox for under eye bags happens to be one of the most effective non-surgical treatments that not only help in getting rid of unwanted eye bags but also tightens your skin, making it appear youthful and appealing.
Continue reading the blog to develop an understanding of how under eye botox will work for you.
What Causes Under-Eye Wrinkles or Eye Bags?
It is natural for your skin to start losing collagen as you age, and the under-eye area on our faces is very thin-skinned – so this delicate skin around your eyes is particularly vulnerable as skin collagen decreases with age, which causes the earliest visible aging signs such as fine lines and wrinkles to appear on your face. Other undesirable symptoms like puffiness, dark circles, wrinkles, or eye bags may also be a result of the skin around the eyes losing its elasticity.
Some of the reasons for these eye bags and wrinkles are:
- Sun exposure
- Weary facial muscles due to facial expressions
- Excessive vaping and smoking
- Habitually rubbing the eyes harshly
- Insufficient sleep, or not getting sleep at night
How To Get Rid Of Under Eye Wrinkles?
Botox for under eye wrinkles is one of the effective treatments to treat wrinkles and eye bags.
Botox is the best treatment if dynamic wrinkles are to blame for the formation of fine lines and creases around the eyes; because of these wrinkles, you can lose the elasticity and tightness of your face and you will notice a loss in volume as well. Nothing can be done about these natural aging signs – but yes! treatments can help you deal with such skin issues. Botox below eyes will treat your wrinkles as well as keep that tightened look for a long time.
Botox For Under Eyes
Most of the patients wonder if botox for under eye bags is the solution and the answer is yes, it does work to treat the under eye bags and the puffiness. The muscles around the eyes are very expressive and repeatedly contract to produce a wide range of facial expressions such as smiling, laughing, and squinting.
As an outcome over time, the dynamic wrinkles caused by muscular contractions become permanently etched into the skin – and their appearance around the eyes can be reduced using botox.
Does Botox Work For Crow Feets?
The creases appearing on the corner of the eyes are the most prominent of all the wrinkles and fine lines on the face, especially when you smile or talk. Crow’s feet are one of the few early signs of aging, and luckily botox treatment will work for these wrinkles too. The active component, botulinum toxin type A, causes the muscles to freeze and relax when Botox is injected into the facial muscles at the corners of the eyes, preventing muscular contractions in the area – Resulting in much more smooth and youthful skin!
How Many Units of Botox Are Under Eye Treatment?
Considering the treatment area under the eyes covers a small area of skin, it often only requires 2 units of Botox; but before getting the botox treatment, you must consult an expert aesthetician who will guide you on how many units of botox would you require after assessing the skin condition and the requirement to treat those under the eyes.
Botox Under Eyes Before And After
Botox for under eye is one of the most effective treatments offering the exact desired results.
Before botox treatment, your aesthetician will guide you with some of the precautions that you need to follow before coming in for the treatment.
And after the treatment, there will be certain care instructions like you will be required to minimize the facial movements for at least 24 hours.
After that, you will be free to continue with your daily routine.
Botox under eye treatment before and after provides a major difference giving you smoother and much tighter skin with only a few units of botox injection.
Botox for under eye bags is a sensitive treatment because the skin near the eye area is the most sensitive part of our face.
For that, you need an expert aesthetician with an extensive experience like the veterans at Syra Aesthetics – offering expertise in treating these sensitive areas with care and attention, with a guarantee for 100% results.
– Disclaimer –
This blog is for informational & educational purposes only and does not intend to substitute any professional medical advice or consultation.
For any symptoms or medical advice, please consult with your physician,
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About The AuthorDr. Syra Hanif M.D.
Board Certified Primary Care Physician
Dr. Hanif is the Director of Aesthetic Medicine. She is a board-certified physician in Aesthetic Medicine who specializes in using non-surgical alternatives in order to enhance one's appearance through Botox and fillers.Read More