Dark Eye Circle &
EYE BAGS

Having dark eye circle & eye bags makes you look tired and jaded, which leads to a less favourable first impression.

Causes of Dark Eye Circle

Types of Dark Eye Circle

Vascular

Poor microcirculation of the blood and lymphatic system around the eye. They appear bluish/purplish. This is especially obvious in allergic rhinitis with congested nose and slow lymphatic drainage around the eyes.

Pigmentary

Accumulation of melanin (skin pigment) due to sun exposure. As the skin is very thin around the eyes, any excess pigments will cause dark circles to be obvious.

Structural

Due to the nature of bone structure. The shadowing and indentation arising from deep sunken eye socket can produce a prominent tear trough, thus making dark circles more apparent.

Treatments of Dark Eye Circle

Filling up the tear trough with filler is the most effective way of treating dark eye circles.  Using eye cream is not as effective because no matter how much eye cream is applied, the root problem is not solved. Read on more for the different effective treatments for dark eye circles. 

Redensity II

An unique filler specifically designed for dark eye circles. It combines hyaluronic acid with a complex of vitamins and antioxidants to restore volume and rejuvenate the tear trough

Ellanse

An innovative filler that works by stimulating body's own collagen to improve the resilience of the skin under the eyes

Eye Threading ​

The effects of collagen stimulation and lipolysis (fat melting) from PDO thread will help to reduce dark eye circles and improve eye bags

What is Tear Trough?

Tear trough is the sunken area extending from the inner corner of lower eye lid, towards the mid cheek.

Causes of EyE Bags

Eyebags is commonly developed as one ages. This is due to the weakening of muscles & tissues around eye area. The accumulation of fats & fluid in the spaces below eyes causes puffy eyes. Other factors causing eyebags include lifestyle such as high salt diet, stress and lack of sleep. 

Although it is rarely a sign of major illness, eyebags make one look tired and haggard. 

Treatments of Eye BagS

Filling up the tear trough with filler not only lightens dark circles, it helps to reduce eye bags non-surgically too. There are other non-surgical procedures that allow you to remove puffy eyebags without any downtime effectively.  Read on more for the different effective treatments for eyebags. 

Redensity II

An unique filler specifically designed for dark eye circles & eyebags. It combines hyaluronic acid with a complex of vitamins and antioxidants to restore volume and rejuvenate the tear trough

Thermage FLX Eyes

5G Thermage FLX Gen System is a non-invasive radiofrequency (RF) therapy that targets eye area to reduce eyebags, lift droopy eyelids, tightens skins and stimulates collagen.

Secret RF

Micro-needling with fractional radio frequency (RF) for collagen regeneration, skin tightening, removal of eyebags.

Eye Threading ​

The effects of collagen stimulation and lipolysis (fat melting) from PDO thread will help to reduce dark eye circles and improve eye bags

FAQ on
Redensity II Undereye Filler

The treatment is not painful as numbing cream will be applied before procedure and the filler contains numbing agents too.

Just 1 session is needed and Redensity II filler can last for a year.

There is no side effects as the filler is made up of natural ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, antioxidants and multivitamins.
It is advisable to avoid excessive exercise for 3 days and eye massages for a month.

No, your condition will not worsen. In fact, it will still be better than current even after a year. This is because you are delaying ageing with filler. You may choose to repeat after a year if you like to maintain the results.

Under-eye fillers are great if you have hollowness at undereye area, which can be corrected with filler. To check whether you are suitable for the treatment, please contact us today.

It is a non-invasive treatment that has little to no downtime.

Undereye fillers will dissolve by itself naturally. The treatment is also reversible using an enzyme called hyalase which will break down the filler within 24 hours.