Have a
This website stores cookies on your computer. These cookies are used to collect information about how you interact with our website and allow us to remember you. We use this information in order to improve and customize your browsing experience and for analytics and metrics about our visitors both on this website and other media. To find out more about the cookies we use, check out our policy Cookie Policy .”

Under-eye Filler

What is Under-Eye Filler?

 One of the most prominent parts of our face is around the eyes. Under-eye grooves and dark shadows are problems that make people look tired and old. Although the grooves here are structural, as age progresses, they become more prominent with the loss of bone tissue support. There may be more than one reason for dark circles under the eyes. Since this area is hollow, it remains in shadow and looks darker. Since the skin in this area is very thin, especially in fair-skinned people, subcutaneous veins are easily visible and appear as purple shadows. Some people, especially those with darker skin tones, may develop dark circles due to hyperpigmentation. At the same time, since it is an area with low lymph circulation, under-eye puffiness can easily develop with wrong product choices and excessive amount of applications. 

A single product from a single brand has been specially produced for this area. Technologically, the product contains hyaluronic acid, which does not hold much water, and 14 different ingredients. The purpose of these substances is cell rejuvenation , moisturizing the area and reducing free radicals. When the under-eye groove is filled, the dark appearance will automatically decrease as the pitting will be gone. 

The maximum amount of filler that can be applied under the eye in a single session is certain. If too much filler is applied in a single session, complications may occur. Therefore, it will be correct to apply it in sessions and little by little. A total of 3 sessions, usually once a month, is sufficient. Since this area is a special area, the product has a long permanence time.

What is Done Before the Procedure?

The areas to be filled are determined. Detailed medical history, patient examination, expectations of the person, information about the procedure, pre-procedure photography are performed. 

How Does the Process Work?

Since the filler to be used is fluid, it can be applied with very thin needles or with a cannula and does not cause pain and does not require anesthesia. It is applied by microinjection method to the required areas according to the needs of the person. There are local anesthetic substances in the fillers used, which prevent the occurrence of pain during and after the application. The procedure takes about 10-20 minutes.

What should be Considered After the Procedure?

The face can be washed an hour after the procedure. After the filler application, redness, swelling and/or bruising may be observed in the application area. Swelling and bruising in the area around the eyes are slightly more common. The person can easily go to work the next day.