Fillers and Botox are not replaced by lasers. Botox relaxes wrinkles and lines and fillers "fill" them.
Lasers resurface the skin but have no effect on dynamic wrinkles (the ones treated with Botox) and some moderate effect on static...
That you had such an unpleasant experience is very distressing to hear. No one wants to have to deal with bruising on a long term basis. I hope my response below will help you understand the variables that affect the treatment...
I am so sorry you have had such a miserable outcome.
As a matter of safety and reversiblity, the only injectable products that should be contemplated for under eye use are the hyaluronic acids as these can be reversed.
In this day...
The hyaluronic acids such as Restylane or Juvederm can be broken down by injections of hyaluronidase.
The products naturally degrade on their own but you can get a quick reversal with this injection. Two and a half years the filler...
Most people don't bruise as you did...but many people are unaware of all the things that can make you more susceptible to bruising.
The top offenders are medications and pain relievers or aspirin; then supplements like Vitamin E and...
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