Under Eye Hollows & Circles
Boost the under eye area
There are different treatments available to rejuvenate the under eye area to reduce bags or plump up the skin
from Tear Trough using Teosyal Redensity II with a micro cannula or Jalupro skin boosters to help brighten and lift the area and provide a less tired look. Both treatments offer great benefits to the skin under the eye and above the cheeks.
Both provide natural subtle results where you look relaxed and refreshed.
Book a consultation to help decide whether the treatment is right for you with the advice of a medical professional.
Benefits of Tear Trough
What will this do for me?
Book a free consutlation to see if you are suitable
Preparing for Under Eye Filler
IMPORTANT TO NOTE:
- Administration is via micro cannula – and may have to be approached with caution in those with Trypanophobia. Topical anaesthetic is used at the entry point. For Jalupro – this is administered via microneedling so will not use a cannula. Numbing cream is used before this treatment.
- All products used are suitable for vegans and are cruelty free. Each tool used is single use and is disposed off after each treatment.
- The highest standards of hygiene are maintained and observed in the treatment room.
- The actual injecting time is no more than 15 mins, with the remaining appointment time being for preparation and aftercare discussion.
WHAT SHOULD I DO BEFORE MY APPOINTMENT?
CONTRAINDICATIONS FOR Tear trough:
You will not be suitable for the treatment if you have any of the below:
- 14 days before or after the COVID-19 vaccine / after active COVID-19 infection
- Infection or skin concern in the area of treatment
- Had under eye filler within the last 3 months.
- The treatment is not suitable for those under 18, or are pregnant or breastfeeding.
Immediately after treatment (until 3 days later)
Don't lie down or go to bed - at least 4 hours after
avoid excessive exercise, & activity for 24 hours
No poking the area,
Keep hydrated - drink plenty of water
Minor facial exercises can help aid quicker settling (after 4 hours)
Expect a mild headache, if having forehead treatment
no caffeine for 3 days (Can cause bruising)
Avoid aspirin or anti-inflammatory medication for 48 hours
No alcohol for 3 days
no make up on the area for 24 hours
use ice to reduce any swelling or if a risk of bruising after 30 mins
First 7 days after treatment
Avoid sunbeds and saunas for 7 days
Keep your skin clean & moisturised - USE SPF 30+
be patient - results can take up to 21 days to take full effect
That’s OK ! Come see Farrah and have a free 30 minute consultation to help you decide whether the treatment is right for you with the advice of a medical professional or what alternatives are available.
Farrah is always on hand before and after the treatment to advise and is always contactable.
It is not a pre-requisite to have a consultation booked before your treatment, as Farrah will always go through the procedure with you and judge your suitability before any treatment is conducted. This time is also used to go through your medical history and your consent form, again before any treatment is carried out.
It is not recommended to have more filler in the same area any sooner than 6 months in the same area.
The follow up appointment after 2 weeks is to assess the efficacy (how well the product has worked) and if any tweaks are required. Everyone is different and has different needs and it is always good to discuss how the treatment worked for you.
The treatment time is 30 minutes in the calendar, with more time allocated if you are a new client and if there are any items for discussion – Farrah will never rush you and leaves time between appointments.
Numbing cream containing lidocaine is used on the skin before the treatment to numb the entry point for the cannula which is usually towards the top of your cheek.
The tear trough product also contains Lidocaine in it – so making the treatment more comfortable as we progress through.
Farrah uses Teosyal Redensity 2 for the treatment of Tear Trough hollows, or a skin booster treatment called Jalupro which is administered via a microneedling technique.
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