Tear Trough

The tear trough is the sunken area between the lower eyelid and upper cheek. A deep tear trough can cause the appearance of dark circles and/ or sagging skin to become more prominent making you look tired and aged. Our effective tear trough treatment uses dermal fillers to replace lost volume and give a refreshed appearance.

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Who is the tear treatment suitable for?

Ageing is the number one culprit that leads to volume loss and tissue laxity in the lower eyelids, causing the tear trough to be more prominent; however, this can occur at any age. If you complain of hollow and/ or tired-looking eyes, and dark circles and would like more plumpness in this area, our tear trough treatment could be suitable for you.

How does the treatment work?

After a consultation to determine if this is the best treatment option for you, the tear trough area is thoroughly cleaned to reduce the risk of infection. Our qualified practitioner will then inject dermal filler into the tear trough to plump the skin.

Frequently Asked Questions

When will I see my results?

Results can be seen immediately, however, there may be some initial swelling. This should recede over 2-3 days when optimum results can be seen.

How long will my results last?

This will vary for every client, as a general guide you can expect to see your results for between 6 to 12 months, after which further treatment will be required should you wish to maintain them.

Are there any side effects?

You may experience some bruising, redness, swelling or pain over the injection sites, this is completely natural and a common side effect. Complications are rare but can develop, therefore it is imperative that you are treated by an experienced practitioner who is medically trained.

You should avoid touching or massaging the treated area and not apply topical makeup or creams to the area for 12 hours.

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