What do I do about lines under and around my eyes in my 20s? (photos)
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Aging in 20's
Fine Lines around eyes
These lines can be treated with either a small amount of Botox or an Ultherapy treatment. I would consult with a dermatologist or Ultherapy provider in your area.
Fine Lines on Young Lady
If necessary, Botox may reduce lines in the crows feet and a chemical peel for fine lines on the lid. Consult a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon.
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Treatment for lines around the eyes in your 20s
Fine Lines Under Eyes Respond Well To Botox & Belotero Balance
People age at differing rates, which may be based upon genetic factors and utraviolet light photodamage. When there are just a few lines, as seems to be the case here, I have found that a microdroplet of a neuromodulator, such as Botox, Dysport or Xeomin achieves gratifying results. If necessary a very small amount of Belotero Balance (which has little or no tendency for leading to the bluish Tyndall Effect common when injecting other hyaluronic acid products superficially) can further smooth and eliminate the fine line. Treating the under eye area is not for novice physicians, so I would be sure to seek out care by a board certified core aesthetic physician with extensive experience in injecting this area with these agents.
Reducing lines around the eyes
There are a number of good options here. Botulinum toxin such as Botox would be particularly good for the Crow's feet, and topical products with Vitamin C or retinol are good around the eyes, as are other medical-grade products that contain peptides and/or stem cells. Laser resurfacing may be a good option as well. Best to speak with a skin expert such as a dermatologist. ~ Dr. Benjamin Barankin, Toronto Dermatology Centre.
Fine lines around the eyes
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