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Nonsurgical Solutions To Revive Tired Eyes

Aging is inevitable. But it does not happen overnight, some areas show signs of aging faster than others due to their delicate nature, such as eyes and hands. The good news is that we can slow down these signs with the innovations designed to address this matter. While there are many surgical options, you don’t have to go under the knife to turn back the clock. Below, we round up some of the best nonsurgical secrets to tighten and rejuvenate tired eye area.

For Droopy Eyelids

One of the issues many women suffer from. Thankfully, there are noninvasive solutions, enter Upneeq.

Upneeq is a prescribed eye drop providing a swift and simple remedy for droopy eyelids. It operates by triggering the contraction of an involuntary eyelid muscle known as Muller’s Muscle, resulting in a 1mm lift. Do you feel the lift is minor? Believe us it will make a big difference in how your eyes look. If you are having a big event coming consider using Upneeq.

For Lifting Brows & Opening The Eyes

Yes, as you’ve probably expected. When it comes to nonsurgical solutions for fine lines Neurotoxin treatments like Botox Cosmetic or Dysport are recommended.  Furthermore, fillers such as the recently approved Restylane Eyelight, designed for the under-eye area, can effectively replenish lost volume in the tear trough region. It is advisable to undergo fillers every 8 months to a year. Consider preceding them with skin-tightening procedures such as Morpheus8 or Plasma Pen for optimal results.

For Firming & Boosting Collagen

You have probably heard of treatments that harness the body’s natural wound healing process to enhance skin condition. The Plasma Pen is one such treatment. It induces micro-trauma on the skin’s surface to stimulate collagen production, resulting in tightened and softened skin.

Make sure to treat your skin with hydroquinone two weeks before your plasma pen session to avoid the risk of pigmentation.

For Dark Circles

If you are dealing with festoons (the fluid-filled pouches that occur in the midface) or dark circles and looking for a treatment with impressive results and minimal downtime, look no further than Morpheus8. It is a minimally invasive bipolar radio frequency tissue treatment. Three treatments spaced one month apart are required for maximum results.

For Wrinkle Reduction

A highly effective approach to addressing the skin around the eyes involves the use of a CO2 laser. In this technique, laser beams are utilized to evaporate the epidermis while heating the dermis, prompting collagen production. Precision is required, so make sure it is performed by a board-certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon. To witness results, you will need three laser treatments spaced out over four to six weeks. Allow your skin approximately 10 to 14 days for complete healing.