I'm already in my mid 40s.
Is There a Cream or Any Non Surgical Method to Lessen if Not Totally Remove the Eyebags?
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It depends on the cause of the "eye bags"
It it all depends on the cause of your "eye bags." If the bags are due to excess skin, then there are several non-invasive procedures or treatments which can help. These include chemical peels or laser.
There are also over the counter products which essentially case the treated area to slightly swell which gives an appearance of tighter skin.
If the bags are due to excess or herniated periorbital fat, then surgical excision would be necessary. This is a common outpatient procedure.
I hope this is helpful.
No cream can remove eyebags
There are no cream, no topical or non-surgical procedure that will safely and effectively remove eyebags. Eyebags are fat under the skin pushing out the lower eyelid. Only a lower lid blepharoplasty can remove excessive fat bulging out.
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Creams and bags
Bags and puffiness of the lower eyelid are caused by fat that was once behind the eye and now has pushed forward over time. Creams do not offer a long term solution. For a small amount of puffiness the creams work by tightening the skin temporarily. Some patients have had short term success with this.
No cream yet!
Unfortunately, there is no cream on the market that works for reducing bags under the eyes. The bags are caused by protruding fat pads. Usually, surgery is the only way to get rid of the baggy appearance. One other option is the use of filler in the area. I like to use Restylane. This sometimes can improve the appearance without surgical intervention.
Creams will not eliminate eye bags
Unfortunately, at this point in time, creams do not succesfully treat significant eyebags of the upper or lower eyelid, though creams are always a good addition to any facial skincare regimen. Eliminating your eyebags will most likely require surgery.
Bags under the eyes cannot be fixed by creams or other non-surgical therapies.
A true bag is created by protuberanc of fat creating a shelf that in room light creats a shadow. No amount of makeup will hide a shadow. The fat should be removed or repositioned to eliminate the shelf. Most of the time, some excess skin will be removed as well.
No cream or non-surgical blepharoplasty will remove eye bags or puffy eyes
Although the internet and advertising media would have you believe that many creams and surface lasers can remove
, at this point in time these ads are false and misleading.
Eye bags and puffy eyes are caused by:
- Protruding fat beneath the lower eyelid
- Lax lower eyelid skin in some cases
Only properly performed lower eyelid surgery will correct eye bags or puffy lower eyelids.
The most modern method is called transconjunctival lower blepharoplasty with fat repositioning or fat grafting.
The benefit of this technique is that the incision is placed inside the lower eyelid-thus no visible incision and no change in eyelid shape.
Fat is grfated or repositioned into the depression or hollow beneath the lower eyelid to avoid the "hollow look" and rejuvenate the upper cheek.
Eyelid bags not treated by Creams ..lines yes
With regard to the lower eyelids, fone lines and loose skin can be helped by creams and laser treatments...the fat pouches (bags) need surgical intervention to correct them
The bags under your eyes are best treated with surgery. But if this is not an option, fillers can camouflage the bags. Off the shelf fillers usually are too expensive to adequately correct under eye bags. You would need 3-8 cc's of filler per eye to get good relief. On the other hand, fat is always available and the same cost, whether you use 3 or 30 cc's. If it is done well it will last for a long time. A new product coming out at the end of April, Viafill, will allow doctors to inject fat with better durability.
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