Is PhotoRejuvenation Good for my Severe Dark Circles ?
- Asked by Camila07 in Leesburg, VA
- 2 years ago
I've tried many products but nothing seems to work with me, I searched on line and I found out about Photorejuvenation and IPL, but I have no ideia if it would finally work. I have had this Dark circles for almost 6 yrs, and it is getting worse.
IPL may not be very helpful
A frustrating and very common problem! In my experience, IPL is unfortunately not very helpful for dark circles under the eyes. This tendency is largely genetic and may be more severe in those with allergies. IPLis great for lightening pigment that is very close to the skin surface, however undereye circles often result from deeper causes. Fillers such as Juvederm or Restylane may be helpful if part of the darkness is due to shadowing in the so-called tear trough.
IPL and photofacial will not work for this.
The treatment you need in under eye filler with Restylane. Your challenge is finding the right injector who has the experience to place this material without creating lumps or overfill. The product can be adjusted if needed. The liquid facelift website might help you identify an experienced injector in your area.
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Several excellent treatments for dark Eye Circles
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Recent Photofacial Reviews
This may help provided the pigment is shallow, and not deep. If the pigment is deep, IPL will not help. Thank you for your question and good luck with everything.
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Photorejuvenation for dark circles?
I agfree that IPL photorejuvenation will have no benefit treating your under eye dark circles. Consider trying an under eye filler such as Restylane.
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