When Treating Undereye Hollows, Are the Upper Cheeks the Best Place to Inject the Filler?
Hello, I had been getting restylane applied to my undereye hollows for seven years. Recently I had the procedure done by someone else and she told me my upper cheeks were the cause of the problem (I had a negative vector) and filled them instead w/perlane. She told me the filler should always be applied to the upper cheeks as restylane injected repeatedly into the undereye area would "age" the skin, and attract water. Is this true? The restylane worked much better; I want to keep getting it.