Let's talk about ageing eyes & under-eye circles

The eyes is one of those troublesome areas that plague us as we get older. From dark under-eye circles to puffiness and fine lines, the eyes can give away our age, stress levels and quality of sleep in just one glance. The area around the eyes is also notoriously difficult to treat because the skin is so sensitive.

Remove dark under-eye circles and give your face a youthful glow.

Dark circles under the eyes can make you appear tired and older than you actually are. They can be caused by a variety of factors including fatigue, age, eye strain, dehydration, sun exposure and genetic predisposition.

Treatments are available to reduce the appearance of under-eye circles, enhance your eyes and ‘plump up’ under-eye hollowness, for a more youthful and refreshed look.

In this short video, Skin Therapist Amanda talks about what causes under-eye ageing and gives some helpful advice on how to treat it at home.

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Amanda explains which ingredients you should look for in a good eye cream to help plump the skin under your eyes and avoid fine lines, and how best to remove eye makeup and apply skincare products for the best results.

Liquid Gold injectables for eye rejuvenation

Outside of skincare and proper eye care at home, an effective treatment for under-eye ageing includes Liquid Gold Facelift therapy, which uses the healing powers of your own blood to refresh and rejuvenate this area.

Liquid Gold injectables safely and effectively rejuvenate the under-eye area to reduce puffiness, heavy bags and dark under-eye circles, and promote a more youthful, refreshed appearance.

Liquid Gold injectables are one of the only injectable treatments safe for use around the eyes, ideal for under-eye treatment to help restore a fresher, more youthful appearance to your face.

Why see a doctor or qualified Skin Therapist for under-eye rejuvenation?

Under-eye treatments including injectables carry an increased risk including blindness, vascular necrosis, infection, permanent eye damage, and nerve paralysis if performed by a non-medical practice. Injectable procedures should only be performed by medical practitioners with aesthetic qualifications, who are best equipped to address any safety concerns and who can offer after-hours support if you encounter any side effects or complications. There are many unregulated providers of aesthetic services who do not always put their patients’ safety first.

If you would like to speak to a Doctor or Skin Therapist about your skin concerns, please call us or book your appointment online.