The hyaluronic acid filler is particularly suitable when there is hollowing or puffiness from underlying fatty tissue, which create dark shadows under the eyes. The filler successfully evens out the volume, eliminating shadowy areas and under-eye discolouration, which make the whole face look tired.
What is it?
The hyaluronic acid used in the filler is a cross-linked hyaluronic acid. The higher the level of cross-linking, the denser and more textured the filler becomes, resulting in a longer absorption time.
How does it work?
The use of fillers for the treatment of under-eye imperfections is indicated when the area is hollow. The filler is able to lift the tissues and solve problems related to discolouration.
Recovery time and mode
Treatment is non-invasive and normal activities can be resumed immediately. Swelling, if any, disappears within a couple of days.
Results are visible as soon as the treatment is completed. The effect is immediate and the filler is used only in the event of severe dark under-eye circles. In some cases, the aesthetic doctor may blend several hyaluronic acid treatments (such as fillers and bio-revitalization) to obtain a more holistic and harmonious result.
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“What many people don't know is that hyaluronic acid has a powerful interaction with our cells.”
Dr. Valentina Finotti
Reconstructive and Cosmetic Surgeon
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