Minimally Invasive Eye Bag Removal Treatment
If the eyes are the window to the soul, then what do those hefty bags beneath your eyes say about you? Are they just make you look older? Is it fair when friends point fingers at your puffy eyes and tease that you’re not sleeping enough?
Nobody likes eye bags. They make us look tired and older than we really are, and too often, they don’t get better with more sleep and a better diet.
Most importantly, your eyes reflect the health of your skin and your body.
To understand how under-eye bag treatments work, it helps to know what causes the bags to appear in the first place.In this article, we’ll discuss the major causes of eye bags as well as how to treat them.
You’ll see that we use three approaches for treating bags under the eyes:
special eye bags treatments;non-surgical dermal fillers and a type of lower eyelid procedures that we’ll call “minimally invasive eye bag removal.”
How it works
This kind of tight and young look is achieved through a small incision around the corner of the eyes and the fat will be dissolved using equipment. The whole procedure takes roughly 20-60 minutes.（Dependent different situation )
The remaining skin will then be repaired and tightened to give the effect of a younger look and feel. The recovery time is between 3 to 14 days and you will enjoy the final effect of it in a big and bold way.
There are a lot of benefits to this, mostly centered around the fact that it is non-surgical. You will love the idea that you can have it done through outpatient care, and you’ll also enjoy the fact that this is not invasive and will require only a short recovery time as a result.
The complications of this kind of procedure are rare, and they consist of the skin taking longer to heal, so you will experience a small amount of swelling on the eyelid. This will die down over time, though, and give you all that you want to in terms of results.
What causes bags under the eyes?
There are several factors that can cause someone to have eye bags, and many times, more than one of these factors contribute to eye bags simultaneously.
- LIFESTYLEThere is a strong correlation between an unhealthy lifestyle and the appearance of eye bags.One of the most common one is not getting a sufficient amount of sleep at night.Lack of sleep prevents your body from flushing out excess fluid, and instead, this gathers in the tissue under our eyes, causing eye bags to appear.Smoking can also accentuate eye bags. Due to the constant contact with tobacco fumes, a smoker’s skin is incredibly thirsty, and the body retains water in this area to avoid the skin becoming even more dehydrated. This ultimately leads to the appearance of eye bags.Others factors such as ingest too much saltwill alsoleads to eye bags, and therefore your body naturally holds on to excess fluid to avoid further dehydration. As mentioned earlier, this excess fluid gathers within the skin under your eyes and leads to eye bags.
People often associate under-eye bags with lack of sleep, one main cause may actually be much more fundamental: gravity. The gravitational pull weighs down on all Earthly objects, including your skin. The longer you’re exposed to gravity (i.e., the older you get) the more your facial tissues sink toward the floor.
As you age, the tissue structures and muscles supporting your eyelids become weak with the loss of collagen. This weakening of the tissue can cause the skin to begin sagging. The fat that is normally found in the area around the eyes may move into the area below your eyes accumulating fluid and making the under-eye area appear puffy or swollen.
In addition, the weakening of the orbital septum will also causes eye bags. The orbital septum is a membrane that “holds” fat under the eye, where it is tucked away from the skin. Normal aging can cause the orbital septum to weaken, and as it does, the fat behind it tends to bulge outward and press on the skin. This bulging of fat causes, or adds to, the appearance of eye bags.
The onset of eye bags is partly hereditary. If your parents or grandparents have eye bags then chances are, you will have them too – it’s in your DNA.In this case, you may start to develop eye bags at a very young age.
Why should youget rid of bags under your eyes?
It doesn’t matter how old you are, there’s nothing that ages us as quickly as dark circles and bags under your eyes. While these pesky skin issues are more a nuisance than a cause for concern, that doesn’t take away from their frustration. From extreme puffiness that looks like bags under your eyes to dark circles that simply won’t go away.
- Always look tired, even with enough sleep.
- Have under-eye bags, present throughout the day.
- Have excess skin and fat beneath your eyes.
- Not have health conditions like glaucoma, high blood pressure, hypothyroidism etc.
Envy those lucky individuals whose genes predict that their eye fat will remain at bay and the skin below their eyes will stay nice and tight. For the rest of us, in order to look youthful, refreshed, and more awake, you’ll have to find ways to reduce their appearance or get rid of them for good.
What you can expect from Kinly Beauty
Many people try to use the eye bag removal surgery to help them get rid of the black circles under the eyes to become beautiful. However, if you don’t accept the good surgery at good hospital, you will have the side effect after the surgery, like the scars left on the face.
However, resorting to eye bag removal surgery should only be considered as a last resort. Surgery is often painful, the doctor visits can be time-consuming, and there is the possibility of dangerous side effects such as nerve damage and paralysis.
Fortunately, there’s more than one way to remove eye bags. Kinly Beauty has been helping people around the world get rid of the bags under their eyes for over 23 years; more than three hundred thousand of our clients get bags under their eyes for good.
- Special eye bags treatment
- With us, a special skincare techniques, will efficiently help to keep the dark circles and bags under your eyes at bay.
Immediately after the treatment, the skin will feel and appear tighter, plumper and hydrated with a reduction in the appearance of eye bags, fine lines and wrinkles.
- Minimally invasive eye bag removal (highly recommend)
For clients whose eye bags are caused by bulging or excess fat under the eyes, we typically recommend our “minimally invasive eye bag removal” procedure.
Post Care For Eye Bag Removal
- 1.Do not get it wet around the eyes for at least 3 days, do not do any make up at least for 2 days.
- 2.Do not do vigorous exercise for at least 5 days, like: swimming, running, climbing, gym etc.
- 3.Better not to drink alcohol for the first 3-5days, avoid chilli, sea food and any spicy food etc.
- 4.Do not stretch or rub around the eyes, do not overuse eyes for long time , do not indulge in any heavy physical activities (bending for long time ).In the week following the surgery, the patient should rest with his head in an elevated position and use cold compresses and ice packs on the treated areas. This after care measure is known to reduce swelling.
- 5.Suggest to lie on your back to sleep for the first night, avoid any activities like reading and watching television or computer , etc.
- 6.Do not use hot water to have shower for the first night after procedure.
After a non-surgical eye bag treatment, most clients can return to work the same day or the following day, looking their best. Some clients may experience slight tenderness, redness, and/or swelling during the first 7-10 days following their treatment, but this is less common.
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