To reduce under-eye bags or the tear trough, eye fillers are available. These fillers make the area look plumper and brighter. To appear more rested, you can reduce the shadows under your eyes.
There is a variety of eye-filler treatments.
It is important to note that no fillers have been approved by the FDA for the area below your eyes.
Some can also be used off-label. These include:
Hyaluronic acid is naturally produced by the body. Hyaluronic acid fillers are made from synthetic gels which replicate the body’s natural substance. These are the most well-known brands.
Hyaluronic acid-filled injectables have been proven to support the skin’s collagen production. Lidocaine is an ingredient in some hyaluronic acids fillers. This anesthetic is used to numb the skin.
The most common type of filler under the eyes is hyaluronic acid. They are transparent and smooth, so they won’t clump.
Hyaluronic acid is the filler that provides the most rapid results, but some doctors consider it to be the best. It does appear natural, however.
Poly-L lactic acid
Linear threading is a method of injecting biocompatible synthetic material polyL-lactic Acid.
It increases collagen production. It is marketed as Sculptra Aesthetic.
Calcium and phosphate make up the biocompatible dermal filler. It stimulates collagen production and helps support and sustain connective tissue, increasing the area’s size.
Calcium hydroxylapatite is thicker than hyaluronic acid. It is usually diluted with an anesthetic before injection.
Some doctors are hesitant to use this filler as they fear it will make the skin appear whiter. Nodules under eye filler uk are a concern for some people.
Radiesse is a brand that sells calcium hydroxylapatite.
Fat transfer (fat transfer), fat grafting or microlipoinjection, autologous oil transfer
To repair the deep tear trough between your lower and cheeks, your provider may recommend that you inject your own fat.