Facial expression is fundamental to human interaction and communication.
We form expressions by contracting muscles in our face; the downside is that repetitive contractions create lines and wrinkles that make us look old, especially around the eyes.
How Aging Affects Your Eyes
Skin around the eyes is rich with Hyaluronic Acid (HA), which binds with water to moisturize your skin. Your skin cells produce less HA over time, which dries out the skin causing it to lose elasticity and volume and become susceptible to wrinkles. Dry, thin skin also makes cheeks appear droopy.
Additionally, the underlying muscle and bone structure diminishes with age causing us to lose fullness in our forehead, temples, and eye socket.
Together these structural changes cause your eye orbits to increase in size, or “hollow”, creating a sunken, tired look.
Consequently, your eyebrows start to droop and the skin under your eyes becomes thinner, allowing dark circles and bags to appear.
But it doesn't have to be that way!
Non-Surgical Treatments to Rejuvenate Your Eyes
The most popular cosmetic treatment for a reason. Relax the muscles around your eyes to reduce wrinkles and restore youthful shape.
Restore lost volume to your temples and under eyes to tighten skin and cover dark circles by injecting hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring, hydrating substance in your skin.
CO2 lasers use light energy to remove damaged upper layers of your skin and promote new collagen to tighten and smooth your skin. It’s the ultimate for tightening skin around the eyes.
Pair microneedling with platelet-rich plasma to generate new, younger skin around your eyes to tighten and smooth.
Define your eyes by enhancing your eyebrows with semi-permanent tattooing that uses micro strokes to mimic tiny, individual hairs. You won’t believe how real it looks.