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Under eye filler

Under-eye wrinkles increase with age, and the appearance of tired eyes becomes a source of concern. Although some cosmetic products may help hide the appearance of wrinkles or dark circles under the eyes, some are seriously considering under-eye fillers to get rid of the problem radically.


Under-eye filler is a substance that the doctor injects into the area below the eyes to replace the volume that the skin loses with age. Filler is used to treat wrinkles, dark circles, or skin atrophy in this area.


In this article, learn about the benefits of under-eye fillers, the process of injecting fillers under the eyes, their types, and their side effects.

Who can perform under-eye filler?

Anyone who suffers from dark circles or loss of skin elasticity under the eyes can undergo eye fillers. The eyes may develop dark circles or wrinkles due to:

Sleep irregularity.
getting old
Excessive skin pigmentation.
The appearance of blood vessels under the skin.

Some people suffer from sunken eyes for genetic reasons, and some people may suffer from sunken eyes due to advanced age, as the fatty pad under the eyes shrinks with age, causing empty and dark circles to appear under the eyes. Under-eye filler injections help treat this problem.


What are the types of fillers under the eyes?

There are many types of under-eye fillers that you can choose from, but you must first make sure that they are approved for use by the Food and Drug Administration. Below we mention the most popular types of under-eye fillers, their benefits and harms.

Hyaluronic acid

Usually, a manufactured substance similar to the natural hyaluronic acid formula secreted by the body is used, which stimulates the collagen production process in the skin, which increases its elasticity, and fills the voids formed under the eyes.


Filler under the eye, consisting of hyaluronic acid, is distinguished by its results that give a natural appearance, and the doctor can distribute it in an appropriate way or remove it in the event that the filler clumps under the eye during the operation. But one of its disadvantages is that its effect is short and may go away quickly.


Calcium Hydroxylapatite

The effect of this type of filler is similar to that of hyaluronic acid, as it stimulates collagen production in the skin and increases skin elasticity, but it is thicker than hyaluronic acid and lasts longer.


One of the harms of under-eye fillers that contain calcium hydroxyl apatite is that it may accumulate under the skin, forming lumps, and it is difficult to distribute due to its thick composition, and it may also give a white color under the eye.


Poly L Lactic Acid

Poly-L Lactic Acid greatly stimulates collagen production, and is considered the most stimulating type of under-eye filler for this process. Poly-L Lactic Acid is a synthetic substance suitable for injection into the skin.


One of the benefits of this type is that it is a day longer than hyaluronic acid, and the recovery period after injection is relatively fast, and takes place within a few days, but one of its harms is that in some cases it may accumulate under the skin and form small lumps under the eye.

What are the side effects of fillers under the eyes?

Under-eye fillers can cause some complications, and these complications may appear immediately after injection, or they may appear later during the recovery period. Here are some complications that can appear immediately after injecting fillers under the eyes:

Pain and redness of the skin at the injection site.
Swelling or swelling at the injection site.
Asymmetry in the appearance of the eyes.
Having migraine attacks.

It is necessary for the patient to talk with the doctor to choose the best type of filler under the eyes and the most suitable for the patient, and whether this procedure is suitable for him or not. The patient should also explain to the doctor his expectations from under-eye filler injections, and the possibility of achieving them.

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