Is ThermiSmooth ok for tightening under eye hollowness or is it hype?
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Dark Circles, Eyelid Wrinkles/Bags Treatment -- Restylane or Belotero with Cannulas, Clear+Brilliant, Eclipse Micropen, Viva
ThermiSmooth for Tightening Under Eyes
ThermiSmooth is a non-surgical procedure that will tighten the skin of the upper & lower eyelid and peri-orbital areas. It is not a primary treatment for hollowness under the lower eyelids. In these cases most would suggest a more comprehensive approach using appropriate filler. I find that ThermiSmooth offers the only procedure I can do with results that requires no anesthesia and no downtime, in less than 30 minuets I can have the patient back to her full and regular activitie
For tightening, yes!
Thermismooth is a great treatment around the eyes to tighten the skin and thereby help with eyelid hooding and wrinkles around the eye, but it won't help with hollowness. For volume replacement under the eye we have found that PRP injections with microneedling (Dermapen) work best. Typical fillers like Restylane and Juvederm can be used but sometimes result in unwanted under eye puffiness.
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Will ThermiSmooth help with under-eye hollows?
- ThermiSmooth (around the eyes)
- HA Filler (to the tear troughs or under-eye hollows)
- Micro needling (locally or entire face) + topical bone-derived stem cells
I hope that helps!
ThermiSmooth is a gentle skin tightening device
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THERMISMOOTH for eyelids
ThermiSmooth Under The Eyes
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