Eye bags (bags underneath the eyes), crows’ feet, and drooping eyelids are common signs of ageing eyes.
The skin’s ability to regenerate and produce collagen, a crucial protein for firm, wrinkle-free skin, decreases as we age. External factors like UV exposure, a poor diet, and a lack of exercise can all contribute to the development of natural eye wrinkles as we get older.
Crow’s feet are small wrinkles that appear in the corners of the eyes and are often identified as one of the first signs of ageing visible in the face. There are a lot of reasons that contribute to the development of crow’s feet and wrinkles around the eyes, the most important of which is the ageing process itself, but recognising other causes can aid in preventing their onset.
Dermal fillers and facial wrinkle injections are one of the most popular and effective treatments for ageing eyes. These are applied directly to the affected area and begin working right away, with no downtime, by relaxing constricted muscles and plumping up slack skin. The treatment is not permanent, but repeated usage of the purified protein will help to re-educate the muscles, allowing the period between treatments to be extended.
Further treatments in the tear trough area (the area behind the eye) is better supported by cheek fillers, which reduces the appearance of eye bags and any resulting dark circles. Rejuvenating the eyes can frequently assist to rejuvenate the entire face, giving it a more youthful and bright appearance.
The best-suited treatment for you can be determined by an initial, in-depth skin analysis with our highly experienced Aesthetician, Mr Adrian Roberts.
To book a no-obligation consultation and find out how we can help combat ageing eyes, contact Beauty Aesthetics today.