For dark circles, eye bags and sunken eyes
Dark circles, eye bags or sunken eyes can be a sign of premature ageing, making an individual look unhealthy or tired. Healthy and fit individuals with any one of these conditions may look unwell or dragging, even when they are not.
Now there is a non-invasive, safe, and cost effective alternative to surgery for these problems, with the use of dermal fillers to fill and smooth out the lower eyelid contour.
What Are Tear Troughs?
Tear troughs are semi-circular creases that start at the nose and run along the bottom of the lower eyelid, just above the cheek bone. These depressions can produce the illusion of darkening around the eyes resulting in ‘dark circles’ or ‘tired eyes’.
As we age, the eyelid above and cheek below begin to sag, however, the depression cannot sag with the rest of the facial skin due to its ligamentous attachment to the bone of the eye socket. This results in the depression deepening and the shadow and dark circle becoming more noticeable.
'What is Tear Troughs Treatment?'
When tear trough deformities are present, an injectable dermal filler can be used to correct them. The goal is to fill the trough below the bag and lift the cheek to provide a more natural contour between the two, effectively masking the appearance of the bag.
Teosyal Redensity II [eyes]
After nine years of research and clinical trials, Teoxane Laboratories in Geneva introduce a brand new product to the aesthetic medicine market, specifically developed to treat the difficult and sensitive area around the eyes.
Redensity II [eyes] is an injectable gel specifically adapted to treat the eye circles and tear trough. It is a fully transparent viscoelastic gel and just slightly hygroscopic (meaning it attracts very little water, resulting in minimal or no swelling after injecting). The viscoelasticity is perfectly designed to coat the eye circle region safely and durably and assures an easily spreading and controlled positioning of the gel.
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