Having hollow eyes with bags or dark circles around them is not attractive at all as it makes you look older and tired even when you're not. Specialists such as Dr. Leslie Gerstman say that if you are having this dilemma then a dermal filler treatment, specifically an under-eye filler treatment, is the best solution for you to bring back your refreshed and youthful look.
What Is a Dermal Filler?
As the name implies, a dermal filler fills the hollow areas under your eyes or upper cheek by injecting a solution into the soft tissue, to rejuvenate and bring back the youthful vitality to your skin. The fact that you can already see results after just one treatment adds to the growing popularity of this method, and the effects could last for more than a year.
How Do Hollows and Dark Circles Occur Under Your Eyes?
When there is a significant drop in the fat pads that line the under-eye area or 'tear trough', a hollow appearance occurs. Women experience this mostly because of a loss of bone that supports the area. Also, the elastin and collagen support in the mid-dermis are lost, causing the area under the eye to sag. This is a normal aging process but sometimes it also occurs to younger people who have the condition in their family history.
On the other hand, the most common cause of dark circles is a hollowing in the 'tear trough' region because of the loss of fat in the area due to loss of volume.
Benefits of Dermal Fillers
Dermal fillers can be used to correct the hallows and dark circles under your eyes. The sagging skin will become smooth once again, making you look younger and more refreshed, so you can also enjoy a boost in your self-confidence. No more people unnecessarily mistaking you to be tired all the time.
A hollow appearing under the eye area is a natural aging process, but it doesn't mean that you should leave it as is. An under-eye filler treatment in NYC is a safe and very affordable alternative to surgery. You may experience some bruising for the next 2 to 7 days and results may also differ from patient to patient. For more information, you should consult with a reputable clinic that offers this service.