Under Eye Tear Trough Filler Singapore – Price and Treatment Options
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The under-eye area is one of the most delicate and sensitive parts of your face. When you have dark circles, wrinkles, or other signs of ageing in this area, it can make you feel self-conscious and uncomfortable in social situations.
If you’re looking to make a change in this area, under eye fillers can help. The filler is a simple procedure that involves injecting an anti-wrinkle solution into the skin below your eyes to smooth out wrinkles and folds. These kinds of under eye fillers have been used for years in many Singapore dermatology clinics to treat eye bags and dark eye circles. The results are natural-looking and long-lasting—great news if you’re looking for a quick fix for under-eye issues!
What Are Tear Trough (Under Eye) Fillers?
Tear trough fillers or under eye fillers is a type of cosmetic procedure that can help to reduce the appearance of under-eye hollows and remove lines and wrinkles around the eyes. These fillers are used as an alternative to surgical procedures and work by filling in the area under your eyes to make you look younger, more refreshed, and overall better. They are similar to their counterparts like lip fillers, chin fillers and dermal fillers which are equally as popular in Singapore. They are sometimes confused with Botox injections, which work differently.
The most common areas for treatment are the tear troughs, which are the depressions on either side of your nose. These hollows can form as early as your 20s or 30s, depending on your age, genetics, and skin type. They are often caused by weight gain or loss, aging, or sun damage.
As we age, the elasticity of our skin begins to decline. This means it is more likely to sag rather than bounce back into place after being stretched out by excess fat or skin loss (such as after childbirth). Our muscles also weaken over time resulting in less support for our faces which can cause sagging skin around our eyes too!
Under eye tear, trough fillers are used to restore volume to the area around the eyes. They can be used to treat:
- Under eye bags
- Dark circles under the eyes
- Fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes
How Many Sessions Are Needed?
There is no set number of sessions that you need to have in order to achieve the results you want. The length of time a filler remains effective in your skin depends on your skin type, the amount of filler used, and how quickly your body absorbs it. For example, if you have dark circles under your eyes and you want them to disappear completely after one treatment, then you would need to go back for a second session a few months later. But if your goal is simply to reduce the appearance of your dark circles, then a single treatment may be enough.
The best way to determine how many sessions you’ll need is to go for a check-up with your Singapore dermatologist.
Causes Of Dark Eye Circles
Dark eye circles are a common problem that occurs in both men and women. Dark eye circle causes can be many, including:
Lack of sleep
Dark eye circles are caused by a lack of sleep. When we don’t get enough sleep, our body produces more melanin which is responsible for giving us a darker skin tone. This melanin then spreads all over our faces giving us dark eye circles.
Just like lack of sleep, fatigue also causes dark eye circles because it can cause us to feel tired and lethargic throughout the day, which makes us less active than usual. This leads to an increase in melanin production in order to protect our bodies from further damage by UV rays from the sun or any other source of light.
Stress can also be an underlying cause of dark eye circles, especially if you feel like there’s too much on your plate at any given time and your shoulders are weighed down by all those things that need doing. Stress causes blood vessels in the body to constrict, including those around your eyes, making them appear darker than usual.
Heredity is also a common cause of dark circles. If a patient has them now, there’s a good chance that his/her parents also did when they were young. The skin around the eyes is very thin and delicate, so it shows every sign of aging long before other parts of your face do.
Age can also contribute to dark circles. As you get older, you lose fat under the skin, which makes the blood vessels underneath more visible and causes dark circles to appear darker than they actually are.
Eye strain can also cause dark circles around the eyes because it can reduce blood flow to that area of the face. If you work at a computer or read in poor lighting conditions for long periods of time, this could be affecting you negatively without knowing it!
Dark circles under the eyes are often due to dehydration. If you don’t drink enough fluids, your body may not produce enough tears to keep your eyes moist. As a result, blood vessels can become more prominent and cause dark patches to appear around your eyes.
Sinus problems and allergies
Sinus problems or allergies can also lead to dark circles under the eyes. This is because when you have sinusitis or allergies, mucus builds up in your sinuses, which can obstruct drainage from your nose and lead to dark circles under the eyes.
Iron deficiency anemia
Iron deficiency anemia is another possible cause of dark circles under the eyes — especially if you’re female or if you’re pregnant (during pregnancy, blood volume increases dramatically). If you have low levels of iron in your body, it could mean that red blood cells aren’t being produced at full capacity, which could make them less flexible than usual and prone to breaking apart prematurely when they move through small capillaries (the smallest blood vessels) near your skin’s surface.
Causes Of Eye Bags
Eye bags are a type of dark circles that are found under your eyes. They can be caused by several factors, including;
As we age, our skin loses its elasticity, and collagen production slows down. The result is under-eye bags.
Genetics or family history
Genes can play a role in how you get eye bags. If your parents have them, there’s a chance that you will too.
Fluid retention due to high salt intake
If you eat too much salt, it can cause fluid retention in the body, which will show up as under-eye bags.
Lack of sleep
Lack of sleep can cause fluid retention in the body, which will show up as under-eye bags.
Alcohol dehydrates the body, so drinking alcohol may cause dehydration and lead to under-eye bags.
Smoking also dehydrates the body, so smoking may cause dehydration and lead to under-eye bags.
Benefits Of Under Eye Tear Through Filler Treatment
There are many benefits to getting tears through filler treatment in Singapore.
Tear troughs are hollow or sunken areas under the eyes that can make a face appear sunken in, aging, and tired. Under eye filler treatment fills those hollows, making you look younger and more rested.
Tear troughs can be caused by aging, genetics, or sun damage. They’re also often hereditary—if your parents had them, you probably do too. But don’t worry: under-eye filler treatment can help!
Benefits of under-eye tear through filler treatment include:
- Looking younger and more rested
- A more youthful appearance overall
- Reduced sagging of skin around your eyes and mouth
- Less Invasive Alternative to Surgery
- Addresses Tired and Hollow-Looking Eyes
- Natural Results
- No Downtime
- Non-Surgical Procedure
How Do Under Eye Tear Trough Fillers Improve Your Dark Eye Circles And Eye Bags?
Under-eye tear trough fillers are a relatively new form of treatment that can help to treat dark circles and eye bags. The procedure involves the injection of hyaluronic acid into the tear troughs, which helps to tighten the skin and improve elasticity.
It is a minimally invasive procedure that lasts from 45 minutes to 90 minutes, depending on the size of the area being treated. It is performed in a doctor’s office or medical spa by a professional injector who has been trained in this type of procedure and will be able to provide you with aftercare advice.
The results can last for up to two years but will vary depending on factors such as age, skin type, lifestyle habits, and other factors that affect skin health, such as smoking or sun exposure.
Is Under-Eye Filler Painful?
The short answer is: no, it’s not painful. However, that doesn’t mean it’s not an uncomfortable process.
The process of under-eye filler injections can be a little uncomfortable, but it doesn’t have to be painful. The procedure can last anywhere from 15 minutes to an hour (maximum), depending on how much filler is being injected.
The most common side effects are temporary redness and slight swelling. In some cases, you may experience mild bruising as well. These symptoms generally disappear within a few days after the procedure.
Other Treatments We Perform At Our Singapore Dermatology Clinic
In addition to the treatment of under-eye circles and puffiness, we offer a wide range of facial treatments, including:
Nose thread lift
Nose thread lifts are safe and effective facial treatments that can be performed in our clinic to rejuvenate and lift your nose.
The procedure involves using a special type of natural silk thread to gently pull the skin upward and help it maintain its shape. This is a quick and painless treatment, with no downtime required after the procedure.
Face thread lift
The facelift threads we use at our clinic are made from 100% pure silk. They are completely natural and do not cause any allergic reactions or other side effects. The outcome of this treatment are extremely long-lasting, which makes it an excellent option if you want to avoid having to undergo multiple procedures over time.
These fillers are another popular option for facial rejuvenation treatments at our clinic. Injectable wrinkle-reducing products help reduce the signs of aging on the face, neck, and décolletage area. We offer several different types of dermal fillers for these purposes, including Restylane®, Juvederm®, Radiesse®, and Sculptra®.