Our eyes often look tired and puffy first thing in the morning. This is due to the build-up of fluid that has occurred while we were asleep. These tired eyes and eyebags will often settle and start to disappear the longer we are awake and in an upright position.
More long term bags under the eyes usually develop as a result of ageing. Puffiness in and around the lower lid is a common symptom of this process, giving the eyes a look that is tired and worn. During the process of ageing, as with the rest of the face and body, the structure of the skin around the eyes starts to weaken.
The skin around the eyes is already thinner in nature and more delicate than on other facial features. The underlying tissues and supporting muscles also start to weaken, causing the skin to sag. The natural fatty deposits start to descend into the lower lids, which gives a swollen appearance beneath the eye. This swelling may also be accompanied by an accumulation of fluid, that helps to accentuate this concern. Other factors including: smoking, allergies, lack of sleep and genetics may also contribute to the look of tired eyes and eyebags.
Waking up the eye area at Light touch Clinic can be done through INTRAcel eye. A treatment that works to rejuvenate this region of your upper face. The appearance of lines and wrinkles can be reduced, as well as tightening loose skin, fading red lines and improving the overall texture and tone of the skin. The results can help to restore a more youthful look to the eyes so you can greet the world with more confidence.
Tired eyes and eyebags are a common occurrence, but can still be a pain to deal with! Try one of our treatments, ranging through HydraFacial, HydraFacial Perk Eye, dermal fillers or mesotherapy
! All of these services we offer involve unique benefits - speak to one of our professionals today to find the treatment that suits you best!