Restylane can help with eyebags and tear troughs
Yes, you are an ideal candidate for fillers such as Restylane. The idea is to reduce the lines via volume replacement. We don't treat the bags themselves but place volume in the mid cheek area. This makes the transition from your bags to the nose much less noticeable.
Fillers in strategic areas can also achieve a brow lift, and 'open up' your eyes.
All the best
Dr Davin Lim
Restylane to tear trough
Your concern is a very common one and indeed restylane is an excellent choice for nonsurgical improvement to the tear trough. At some point you should consider the surgical option with an experienced Board Certified surgeon.
Restylane or Belotero for Tear Trough Injections to improve Under Eye Bags
Restylane and other fillers such as Belotero can offer excellent results to treat this delicate under eye area. eMatrix is also of huge benefit in tightening the skin and reducing fine lines. Please consult a board certified dermatologist who is an expert with these advanced injections. Best, Dr. Green
Dark Circles, Eyelid Wrinkles/Bags Treatment -- Restylane or Belotero with Cannulas, Clear+Brilliant, Eclipse Micropen, Viva
We treat this everyday in our practice with fillers and lasers and get improvement. Please see an expert. Best, Dr. Emer.
Restylane for Under eye bags
Restylane and other hyaluronic acid fillers can change the way someone looks most dramatically by lifting up the under eye hollows. A little bit of volume under the eye goes a long way. The most important thing is to find a physician who is an expert in filler injections and does the tear trough regularly. A common mistake is to place the filler too superficially (which makes the filler noticeable and may make the lower lids look worse) or to place too much volume which doesn't allow the eyelid tissue to drain. These fillers do great in conjunction with non-surgical tightening of the lid via CO2 laser or radiofrequency devices.
Restylane in Tear Troughs
Yes you can get improvement in your tear troughs. You can use Restylane Silk and that should smooth out the areas. You should consult with a plastic surgeon and see what they recommend but you should consider Restylane Silk it is smoother and will help.