Tear trough filler Lancashire

Tear Trough Filler For Dark Circles And Tired Eyes

Tear trough filler Lancashire: The eyes are the first feature people will notice about you, and they will give away how you feel both emotionally and physically. The eyes show when we are tired as well as the first signs of ageing. Dark circles, bags and wrinkles will all contribute to a less than desirable appearance to the eyes.

Fortunately, if you are one of the many people that experience ageing around the eyes as well as dark circles, at CAREFORSKIN, we have a super-effective treatment, administered by Dr Sobia, to revive and revitalise the under-eye area, using injectable dermal fillers.

What is tear trough filler? How does it work?

Dermal fillers contain hyaluronic acid (HA) which is a naturally occurring substance found in the body, responsible for hydrated and youthful-looking skin.

When placed in specific areas such as the tear troughs, dermal fillers plump out hollows by lifting-up and supporting the skin tissues and create a lighter appearance under the eyes. HA will also hydrate the skin and plump fine lines and wrinkles.

This treatment must be expertly administered by a medical professional as the skin under the eyes is extremely delicate with blood vessels very close to the surface of the skin.

Dr Sobia is one of the UK’s leading authorities in non-surgical treatments such as injectable dermal fillers for tear troughs. Her experience and up-to-date methodologies ensure that the delicate under-eye area is treated with respect; you can be assured of the safest and most beautiful, natural-looking results.

Tear trough filler consultations in Lancashire

To know whether you are suitable for HA dermal fillers for the tear troughs, we will ask you to attend a pre-treatment consultation with Dr Sobia at our Clitheroe clinic so she can discuss with you, your individual requirements as well as your medical history.

When both Dr Sobia and you are satisfied that dermal fillers for the tear trough area are going to be the best treatment for your unique skin concerns, you will be invited back to the clinic for treatment.

Do tear trough fillers hurt?

Dermal fillers for the tear troughs should not be painful as many dermal fillers now contain Lidocaine anaesthetic.

In most cases, a cannula will be used to inject the dermal filler into the tear trough. You might feel a little pushing or tugging around the area, but this should not be painful at all. If she feels it necessary, Dr Sobia will use a topical anaesthetic for further numbing, maximising your comfort.

After the treatment, you might experience a little swelling, bruising or tenderness; this is perfectly normal and will subside quickly with the aid of some ice or arnica gel. You can also camouflage any slight bruising with a specially formulated, mineral make-up.

Dermal fillers in Lancashire

No longer will you look in the mirror and wonder why you look so tired. At CAREFORSKIN we can help you to achieve a wide-awake, revived look for your eyes, effectively and safely with HA dermal fillers with Dr Sobia.

Book your free consultation today – call us on 01200 760 525, or at info@careforskin.co.uk. We look forward to seeing you at CAREFORSKIN Aesthetics.

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