In the right candidate, fillers such as Restylane under the eyes can have a great impact.
In the right candidate, fillers such as Restylane under the eyes can have a great impact, brightening the eye area and leading to a less tired, more youthful appearance. However, it is important to have an in-person consultation with a board-certified dermatologist to find out if fillers are the right option for you, as dark circles under the eyes can be caused by a variety of factors and treatment needs to be tailored accordingly. Good luck.
Tear trough treamtent benefits
Tear trough filler can be a very satisfying treatment for under the eyes, to reduce the tired look, and even to improve the appearance of under eye circles (often a shadow effect to some degree). My preferred filler is restylane or restylane fine lines, although other fillers can be used too. More importantly are the education & skills of your injector to ensure optimal results and safety. Consider seeing a dermatologist or other cosmetic expert physician.
Can make a huge difference
Yes, along with Juvederm Volbella, Restylane is one of my favourite dermal fillers for eye rejuvenation. A tiny bit of filler in the correct location can make a great difference.
Dr Davin Lim
Laser and aesthetic dermatologist
Restylane in Tear Trough
I have great results by injecting Restylane into the tear trough area. Based on your photos, you should have a good cosmetic result with an experienced injector. Best, Dr. Green
Restylane for tear troughs
Restylane and other fillers can make a huge impact underneath the eyes in patients with significant hollowing. Filling the tear trough can be one of the most cost effective ways to improve someone's look, reducing the look of being tired all of the time. However, these injections should only be carried out by physicians who are expert injectors since it is an area that is often done incorrectly leading to swelling or visibility of the product under the eyes.
Restylane works well for tear troughs
Thank you for posting your question and photos. It is difficult to determine from your photos if your problem is lower eyelid bags which require tear trough filling or if you have hyperpigmentation of the lower lids which require different methods of treatment. See an experienced eyelid specialist in person for best evaluation and guidance. Good luck.