It's said that the eyes are the windows to the soul. More practically, however, the eyes are the most prominent features on your face and unfortunately can age us the most. When the skin under your eyes appears baggy, or sagging, your eyes can make you look older, more tired, and less energetic than you really are. This can also deteriorate when stressed or tired.
As we age, the soft tissue naturally starts to lose volume between the lower eyelid and the cheek which can create a shadow highlighting the loss of volume. The skin under the eyes is very thin so often the underlying blood vessels can give the appearance of dark circles. This may result in a tired appearance that can make you appear older.
For many patients, both young and old, filler treatments to the under-eye area are a safe and effective alternative to surgery. The Tear Trough treatment can help eliminate hollowness to restore your youthful appearance. This treatment is very popular for those who want to achieve natural looking results without the need for invasive surgery.
Results are immediate and Tear Trough Filler will typically last 9-12 months.
Is tear trough filler for me?
Call or book online today to schedule a free consultation to see if a tear trough filler is right for you.
How is it done?
After some topical anaesthetic cream is applied, we delicately inject a fine dermal filler at various points around the lower eye. This is often done with a fine cannula (a blunt needle) to minimise the risk of bruising.
Will it look natural?
At Nouvique Medical Aesthetics we believe in delivering safe aesthetic treatments which are individualised to each of our clients.
We are proud to deliver subtle and natural looking enhancements by working with clients to create an individualised treatment plan tailored to their desired goals.
Back to work
9 - 12 Months
*dependent on product, location and metabolism
Possible mild injection-site, swelling, bruising, infection, asymmetry, necrosis and on extremely rare occasions blindness.
Topical anesthetic numbing cream before proceedure
Product usually contains local anaesthetic.