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Under Eye Filler

Do you have dark circles or bags under your eyes? You’re not alone - under eye filler is one of the most popular cosmetic treatments in the world. Under eye filler has a 95% worth it rate, meaning that most people who have done it are happy with the results. If you’re considering under eye filler, check out our website to find out more about the advantages and benefits of this rejuvenating treatment.

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What is Under Eye Filler?

Under eye filler is a type of injectable treatment that uses hyaluronic acid, a natural substance found in your skin, to fill in the hollows and depressions under your eyes. This can smooth out wrinkles, reduce shadows, and add volume to your face.

 

Many people choose to have under eye filler because they are unhappy with how their eyes look as they age. The skin under your eyes is very thin and delicate, and it can lose elasticity and collagen over time. This can cause sagging, drooping, and hollowing of the area, making you look older, tired, or sad.

Under eye filler can help restore the natural contours of your face and give you a more youthful and radiant look. It can also improve your confidence and self-esteem by enhancing your appearance.

Under eye filler is a minimally invasive procedure that can be done in a doctor's office or a med spa. It usually takes less than an hour and does not require any downtime or recovery. The results are immediate and can last up to a year or longer, depending on the type and amount of filler used.

Under eye filler is not for everyone, and it is not a permanent solution for aging or skin problems. However, for many people, it can be a great way to enhance their beauty and boost their confidence. If you want to learn more about under eye filler, contact us today and schedule a consultation. We would love to help you achieve your dream look!

Benefits of Under Eye Filler

Restores volume under your eyes immediately

One of the main causes of under eye bags and dark circles is the loss of volume and fat in the under eye area, which creates a hollow or sunken look. Under eye filler can help to restore this volume by injecting hyaluronic acid, a natural substance that attracts and retains water, into the skin. This plumps up the skin and smooths out any wrinkles or fine lines around the eyes.

Reduces the appearance of dark circles

Another benefit of under eye filler is that it can help to correct the darkness under your eyes, which can be caused by various factors such as genetics, allergies, lack of sleep, or dehydration. Under eye filler can help to brighten the under eye area by reflecting light and reducing shadows. Some fillers also contain ingredients that can help to improve blood circulation and skin pigmentation, which can further reduce the appearance of dark circles.

Helps balance the face

Under eye filler can also help to balance the face by creating a more harmonious and symmetrical look. Sometimes, under eye bags and dark circles can make the eyes look smaller or droopy, which can affect the overall facial expression. Under eye filler can help to lift and open up the eyes, making them look more alert and awake. This can also enhance other facial features such as the cheekbones, nose, and lips.

 

Makes you look younger

One of the most obvious benefits of under eye filler is that it can make you look younger by reversing some of the signs of aging around the eyes. As we age, our skin loses collagen and elasticity, which causes it to sag and wrinkle. Under eye filler can help to restore some of this lost collagen and elasticity by stimulating the skin's natural production of these proteins. This can improve the skin's texture and firmness, making it look more youthful and radiant.

Requires minimal downtime and recovery

Unlike some other cosmetic procedures that involve surgery or anesthesia, under eye filler is a minimally invasive procedure that requires little to no downtime and recovery. The procedure itself takes only about 15 to 30 minutes, depending on how much filler is needed. The results are visible immediately after the injection, although some swelling or bruising may occur for a few days. The filler lasts for about 6 to 18 months, depending on the type and amount of filler used and how your body metabolizes it.

Types of Under Eye Filler

There are several types of under eye fillers that can be used to rejuvenate your eyes. The most common ones are:

 

- Hyaluronic acid fillers.

These are synthetic versions of natural sugar that are found in your skin. They are transparent, easy to mold, and compatible with the delicate tissue under your eyes. They also have a low risk of side effects and can be dissolved if needed. Some examples of hyaluronic acid fillers are Restylane, Belotero, and Juvederm.

 

- Calcium hydroxylapatite fillers.

These are made from a mineral that is essential for bone health. They are thicker and firmer than hyaluronic acid fillers, and they can also stimulate collagen production. They are more suitable for deeper tear troughs and more severe volume loss. However, they may also cause more swelling and bruising, and they cannot be dissolved. An example of a calcium hydroxylapatite filler is Radiesse.

- Poly-L-lactic acid fillers.

These are synthetic materials that can trigger your body to produce more collagen over time. They are not injected directly into the tear trough, but rather into the surrounding areas to create a lifting effect. They require multiple sessions and take longer to show results, but they can also last longer than other fillers. An example of a poly-L-lactic acid filler is Sculptra.

- Fat transfer fillers.

These are made from your own fat cells that are harvested from another part of your body, such as your abdomen or thighs. They are then purified and injected into your tear troughs. They can provide a natural and long-lasting result, but they also involve more risks and complications, such as infection, scarring, or unevenness. They also require a longer recovery time than other fillers.

Dark circles under eyes treatment

Before the Procedure

Before you get under eye filler, you should consult with your injector about your medical history, allergies, medications, and expectations. You should also follow their instructions on how to prepare for the procedure. Some general tips include:

- Avoid taking blood thinners such as aspirin, ibuprofen, or vitamin E for at least a week before the procedure to reduce bruising and bleeding.
- Avoid drinking alcohol or smoking for at least 24 hours before the procedure to improve healing and prevent dehydration.
- Drink plenty of water and eat a balanced diet to nourish your skin and body.
- Apply sunscreen and moisturizer to protect your skin from sun damage and dryness.
- Get enough sleep and rest to reduce stress and fatigue.

During the Procedure

The procedure itself is relatively quick and simple. It usually takes about 15 to 30 minutes to complete. Here are the steps involved:

- Your injector will clean and disinfect your skin and mark the injection points with a pen.
- Your injector will apply a topical anesthetic cream or inject a local anesthetic to numb the area and make you more comfortable.
- Your injector will use a fine needle or cannula to inject small amounts of hyaluronic acid filler into the targeted areas under your eyes. They will massage the area gently to distribute the filler evenly and avoid lumps.
- Your injector will wipe off any excess filler or blood and apply ice packs or cooling pads to reduce swelling and discomfort.

After The Procedure

After the procedure, you should follow your injector's aftercare instructions carefully. Some general tips include:

- Avoid touching, rubbing, or applying pressure to the treated area for at least 24 hours to prevent migration or displacement of the filler.
- Avoid strenuous exercise, hot showers, saunas, steam rooms, or sun exposure for at least 48 hours to prevent swelling or inflammation.
- Avoid alcohol or smoking for at least 72 hours to promote healing and prevent dehydration.
- You may experience some mild swelling, bruising, redness, or tenderness at the injection site, but these should subside within a week or two.

What are the results and how long do they last?

The results of under-eye fillers are usually visible immediately after the procedure. You should notice a significant improvement in the appearance of your under-eye area, with less darkness, hollowness, wrinkling, and sagging. Your eyes should look more refreshed, youthful, and bright.

The longevity of under-eye fillers depends on several factors, such as the type of filler used, the amount injected, your metabolism, and your lifestyle habits. Generally speaking, hyaluronic acid fillers last for about 6 to 12 months; calcium hydroxylapatite fillers last for about 12 to 18 months; poly-L-lactic acid fillers last for about 18 to 24 months; and autologous fat transfer lasts for about 2 to 5 years.

To maintain your results, you may need to get touch-up injections every few months or years. You should also follow a good skincare routine that includes moisturizing, sun protection, and anti-aging products.

Under Eye Filler Recovery

1 week after under eye filler

- You may experience some swelling, bruising, redness, tenderness, or itching in the treated area. These are normal side effects that should subside within a few days. You can apply ice packs or cold compresses to reduce swelling and discomfort. Avoid rubbing or massaging the area, as this can displace the filler or cause more bruising.


- You may notice some improvement in the appearance of your under eye area, but the final results may not be visible yet. The filler needs time to settle and integrate with your skin tissue. You may also see some lumps or bumps under the skin, which are usually temporary and will smooth out over time.

- You can resume your normal activities after under eye filler, but avoid strenuous exercise, alcohol, smoking, and sun exposure for at least 24 hours. These can increase blood flow and inflammation in the area and affect the healing process. You should also avoid wearing makeup or applying skincare products on the treated area for at least 24 hours, as these can cause irritation or infection.

 

2 weeks after under eye filler

- By this time, most of the swelling and bruising should have resolved, and you should see a noticeable difference in your under eye area. The filler should have settled into place and blended with your skin tissue. You should see a smoother and more refreshed look under your eyes, with less darkness, sagging, or hollows.

 

- You can continue to enjoy your normal activities and routines after under eye filler but remember to protect your skin from sun damage. Use sunscreen and wear sunglasses when going outdoors, as sun exposure can cause premature aging and breakdown of the filler. You should also maintain a healthy lifestyle and skincare regimen to keep your skin hydrated and nourished.

 

3 weeks after under eye filler

- At this point, you should have achieved the optimal results from your under eye filler treatment. The filler should have fully integrated with your skin tissue and created a natural-looking enhancement of your under eye area. You should feel more confident and satisfied with your appearance, as well as more rested and youthful.

 

- You can enjoy the benefits of your under eye filler for up to 12 months or longer, depending on the type and amount of filler used, your metabolism, and your lifestyle factors. To maintain your results, you may need touch-up treatments every 6 to 12 months, depending on your individual needs and preferences.

 

4 weeks after under eye filler

- There is no significant change in your appearance or recovery process after four weeks of under eye filler treatment. You should continue to follow the same post-treatment care instructions as before, such as avoiding sun exposure, smoking, alcohol, and excessive exercise for at least 24 hours after each treatment session.

- You should also schedule a follow-up appointment with your doctor at this time to evaluate your results and determine if you need any adjustments or additional treatments. Your doctor can also answer any questions or concerns you may have about your under eye filler procedure.

3 months after under eye filler

- After three months of under eye filler treatment, you should still enjoy the same results as before. The filler should remain stable and effective in improving your under eye appearance. You should not experience any adverse effects or complications from the treatment, such as infection, inflammation, granulomas, or migration of the filler.

- You should continue to take good care of your skin and health after under eye filler treatment. Drink plenty of water, eat a balanced diet, get enough sleep, and avoid stress. These can help keep your skin hydrated, healthy, and youthful.

6 months after under eye filler

The filler may start to lose some of its effectiveness and volume by this time, as your body continues to break it down gradually. You may notice some signs of aging or hollowness returning under your eyes, but this may vary from person to person. Some people may need a touch-up or a repeat treatment at this point, while others may still be satisfied with their results.


- 1 year after the procedure:

The filler may be almost gone by this time, as most hyaluronic acid fillers last between six months to a year under the eyes. You may want to consider getting another treatment if you want to maintain your results, or you may opt for a different type of filler or procedure if you are looking for a more permanent solution.


- 2 years after the procedure:

The filler should be completely gone by this time, as your body should have absorbed it completely. Your under eyes should look similar to how they did before you got the filler, unless you have had other treatments or procedures in the meantime. You can decide whether you want to get another round of filler or try something else.

Under eye filler is a safe and effective way to improve the appearance of dark circles or hollowness under your eyes, but it is not a permanent solution. You should be aware of what to expect during the recovery process and how long the results will last before you decide to get it.

Risks and Complications

Common complications of under eye fillers:

The most common side effects of under eye filler are swelling, bruising, redness, and pain at the injection site. These are usually mild and temporary, lasting for a few days to a week. To reduce these side effects, you should avoid blood thinners such as aspirin, ibuprofen, and alcohol before and after the procedure. You should also apply ice packs to the area and sleep with your head elevated for the first night. Avoid rubbing or massaging the area for at least two weeks, as this can displace the filler or cause inflammation.

Some less common but more serious complications of under eye fillers:

- Lack of symmetry between the eyes:

This can happen if the filler is unevenly distributed or injected too much or too little. To prevent this, you should choose a qualified and experienced injector who can assess your facial anatomy and inject the right amount of filler in the right places. If you notice any asymmetry after the procedure, you can ask your injector to adjust it with more filler or dissolve it with an enzyme called hyaluronidase.


- Overcorrection or under-correction:

This can happen if the filler is injected too much or too little, resulting in a puffy or sunken appearance. To prevent this, you should communicate your expectations and goals with your injector before the procedure and ask for a conservative approach. You can always add more filler later if needed, but removing excess filler can be more difficult. If you are unhappy with the results, you can ask your injector to dissolve some of the filler with hyaluronidase or wait for it to wear off naturally over time.


- Blue or puffy appearance (Tyndall effect):

This can happen if the filler is injected too superficially or too close to the skin surface, causing it to reflect light and create a bluish discoloration. To prevent this, you should choose a filler that is designed for the under eye area, such as Restylane or Belotero, which have a thinner consistency and lower risk of Tyndall effect. You should also choose an injector who uses a cannula instead of a needle, as this allows for deeper and more precise placement of the filler. If you develop the Tyndall effect after the procedure, you can ask your injector to dissolve the filler with hyaluronidase or cover it with makeup.


- Persistent inflammation:

This can happen if your body reacts negatively to the filler material or develops an infection. To prevent this, you should choose a reputable brand of filler that has been tested and approved by the FDA. You should also follow proper aftercare instructions such as keeping the area clean and avoiding makeup for at least 24 hours. If you notice any signs of infection such as fever, pus, or increased pain and swelling, you should contact your injector or doctor immediately. You may need antibiotics or steroids to treat the infection or inflammation.


- Allergic reaction:

This can happen if you are allergic to any of the ingredients in the filler material or the numbing cream used during the procedure. To prevent this, you should inform your injector of any allergies or medical conditions you have before the procedure. You should also do a patch test before getting injected to check for any adverse reactions. If you develop any symptoms of an allergic reaction such as hives, itching, difficulty breathing, or swelling of the face, lips, tongue, or throat, you should seek emergency medical attention right away. You may need antihistamines or epinephrine to treat the reaction.


- Damage to blood vessels causing blood flow blockage:

This can happen if the filler is injected into or compresses a blood vessel in the under eye area, causing it to occlude or block blood flow to the surrounding tissues. This can lead to necrosis (tissue death), scarring, and even blindness. To prevent this, you should choose an injector who is well-trained and knowledgeable about the vascular anatomy of the face.

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Under eye filler
before and after

Are you curious about how Under Eye Filler can change your look? Do you want to see real examples of people who have undergone this procedure and achieved amazing results? If so, you should check out our gallery of before and after photos of Under Eye Filler patients. These photos will show you how Under Eye Filler can smooth out the wrinkles and bags under your eyes and make you look more youthful and refreshed. You will be amazed by the difference that Under Eye Filler can make in your appearance. Don't miss this opportunity to see the power of Under Eye Filler for yourself.

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