I have bags under my eyes, what is the best or least invasive way to get rid of them? (photos)
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How can you get rid of the bags?
Lower eyelid improvement
Hello and thank you for posting your question and photos on RealSelf!
That being said, under eye solutions range from noninvasive peels and lasers to help tighten skin and improve texture all the way to surgical excision of skin and fat. Based on the photographs you posted, you may benefit from improving the quality of the skin as well as skin excision in the under eye area and fat grafting or repositioning of your lower lid/upper cheek area to improve the relationship between the 2 areas. I find that fillers typically do not correct the under eye shadows as much as we would like them to and most patients typically turn to surgical options after being unsatisfied with fillers in this particular area.
You would benefit from an in person assessment by a reputable board certified plastic surgeon.
Best of luck to you in reaching your goals!
We offer both microneedling and undereye fillers at my practice and for you I would definitely suggest fillers. We have many clients in their 20s who get their undereye bags corrected with fillers. Just like with micro needling or fat injections or even surgery, results are not permanent. There is a filler called Voluma, which is indicated to last up to 2 years and you would probably only need 1-2 syringes. At my practice in Ohio and NYC it is $799 a syringe.
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I have bags under my eyes, what is the best or least invasive way to get rid of them?
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