New Improvements in Non-Surgical Eye Rejuvenation
If your eyelids are sagging, you have dark circles or bags under your eyes, and/or you’re seeing crows feet creeping in around the corners, you’re probably not feeling too good about your appearance right now. Aging signs around your eyes are hard to hide, and they make you look fatigued and older than you should, but what can you do?
It used to be that the only way to get rid of the effects of aging eyes was to go under the knife. Eyelid tucks and facelifts were the only solutions to look more alert and youthful. There are more effective, less painful, and less time consuming ways to get eye rejuvenation treatment.
If crows feet are the bane of your existence, you might want to look into laser or radio frequency treatments. This non-invasive, non-surgical procedure requires no anesthesia. After an appointment, you’ll have no problem driving yourself home or back to work and going about your daily activities. No one will be the wiser, except that you’ll look more refreshed and youthful. These procedures are also effective on eyelids and under-eye wrinkles and bags.
Whether you suffer from drooping lids, crows feet, or wrinkles under and around your eyes, injections can be another good alternative to surgery. Botulinum toxin injections, such as Botox and Dysport, will relax the muscles in the injected area, preventing them from retracting and causing more fine lines and wrinkles. Dermal filler injections can lift droopy eyelids and fill out fine lines and wrinkles.
You can also combine these treatments with microdermabrasion and/or chemical peels that will lift away dead and damaged skin cells and promote blood flow to the surface of the skin. You can enhance and maintain injections and laser treatments by regularly using topical treatments, like eye serums, moisturizers, and astringents. When you seek eye treatment in Colleyville, Fort Worth and Southlake, you should ask your doctor about the right skin care regimen to help your treatments last as long as possible.
These treatments are improvements over traditional surgical solutions because they require no general anesthesia and no time off for recovery. You can go about your normal life after a treatment with no problem at all. After a microdermabrasion or chemical peel, youll want to avoid direct sunlight for a day or two, and some injections can cause a bit of swelling, but these effects are nothing compared to the bruising, swelling, and recovery time from surgery.
* Actual results may vary by patient.