DARK CIRCLE REDUCTION
Do you look perpetually tired even after a good night’s sleep? Are you tired of trying multiple shades of concealer to conceal your dark circles? Now get rid of your dark circles and under eye bags without undergoing any kind of surgery.
Dark circles and under eye bags are caused by a number of factors and vary individually depending on your age, lifestyle, sleeping pattern etc. We offers a range of treatments for dark circle removal and reduction recommended after taking all your individual issues into consideration.TREATMENTS WE OFFER:
• Non-Surgical Dark Circle Removal
• Peels for Dark Circle Reduction – help in exfoliating the pigmented skin around the eyes
• Laser Treatment for Dark Circle Reduction
• Topical agents for dark circle reduction
• Eye creams which cause lightening and firming
Bags under eyes
Mild swelling or puffiness under the eyes — are common as you age. With aging, the tissues around your eyes, including some of the muscles supporting your eyelids, weaken. Normal fat that helps support the eyes can then move into the lower eyelids, causing the lids to appear puffy. Fluid also may accumulate in the space below your eyes, adding to the swelling.
Bags under eyes are usually a cosmetic concern and rarely a sign of a serious underlying medical condition. At-home remedies, such as cool compresses, can help improve the appearance of bags under eyes. For persistent or bothersome under-eye puffiness, eyelid surgery may be an option.
• Bags under eyes can include:
• Mild swelling
• Saggy or loose skin
• Dark circles
Drooping or sagging eyelids often occur as we age, and can affect both your appearance and vision.
The most common cause is ageing, although there may be other reasons. Whatever the cause, if you suffer from droopy eyelids, rest assured that it is usually possible to restore your appearance and your vision.
Problems can range from a mild sagging of the skin around the eyes, to severe drooping, which obstructs your vision. As the upper eyelids droop, they may begin to cover your eyes, giving a hooded appearance. Bags under the lower eyelids are also a common problem. These symptoms can make you look older or more tired, and can also give you a ‘severe’ appearance.
In some cases, the upper eyelids droop so much that they begin to cover the pupil, obstructing vision. If you suffer from severe droopy eyelids that affect your vsion, you may find yourself tilting your head back, or raising your eyebrows frequently, in order to see. It’s also common to feel tiredness and aching around the eyes, especially later in the day.
Ptosis is the medical term given to the condition of droopy eyelids. It is generally associated with an age-related sagging of the muscles that hold the eyelids up. However, ptosis can also occur in children as a birth defect (congenital ptosis).
Ageing and sun exposure
Exposure to the sun and the natural effects of ageing can cause the skin around your eyes to sag more. As the skin becomes less elastic with age, and the face becomes less plump and firm, the result is often loose or excess skin around the eyes.
Damage to the nerves that control the muscles around the eyes can also cause droopy eyelids to occur.
Disease or injury
Occasionally, certain diseases or an injury to the eye or eyelid can cause the eyelids to droop and sag.
Ptosis surgery is the operation to lift drooping eyelids, restoring a more normal open-eyed look. Blepharoplasty is the surgery to remove excess, sagging eyelid skin and underlying tissue. Both are likely to improve vision and appearance and are usually comfortable and straightforward.
A common concern, are those little lines spreading out from the corners of your eyes. Crow’s feet develop over time because of tiny muscle contractions that happen every time you make a facial expression.
There are two different types of wrinkles: dynamic and static. Dynamic wrinkles are those that appear during muscle contraction. If your crow’s feet are primarily visible when you are smiling, they are probably dynamic. Static wrinkles may worsen with muscle contraction, but they are visible all the time, even when the face is at rest.
No matter which type of crow’s feet you have, there are treatment options available. In some people, the signs of crow’s feet can be completely reversed, at least temporarily. There are also many steps you can take at home to help conceal crow’s feet.
The treatment you choose will depend on the severity of the crow’s feet and your desired outcome. In some cases, you may want to try a combination of treatments.