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People say that the eyes are the first thing one notices about a person upon meeting them. If you have dark circles, under eye bags or pigmentation around your eyes, it can make you look tired and older. With that being said, PRP treatments can overcome these issues by turning back the clock and revitalizing tired looking eyes, enhancing your overall confidence.
Did you know that Platelet-Rich Plasma or PRP under eyes is one of the best treatments to restore volume loss in this area? Plus, PRP injection under eyes can easily be included with your Vampire Facial treatment. So get set to put your eyes back in the spotlight again with PRP Under Eye Treatment.
With Platelet-Rich Plasma or PRP, you can regenerate your skin from the inside out because of the healing growth factors extracted from your own blood. The powerhouse proteins in this formula are known as “liquid gold”. When injected under the skin, they spark a powerful healing process. As a result, they support overall stem cell growth, boost collagen and elastin production and encourage blood circulation to the area of treatment. Gradually and naturally, volume loss that’s caused by the natural course of aging is reversed. Specifically, the under eye area is restored, resulting in a brighter, smoother, more youthful appearance.
What are the causes of under eye bags, circles and hollows?
Potential causes of temporary under eye bags, pigmentation and dark circles include poor diet choices, excessive drinking and too much sun exposure. Sometimes, just changing your lifestyle habits to healthier ones can reverse these effects.
On the other hand, there are also cases where a simple lifestyle change cannot help. This is where PRP treatment for under eyes, circles and bags can be of benefit:
Genetics – Many have a genetic disposition to developing dark circles under the eyes. As a result, the pigmentation will appear blue due to the veins under the thin skin.
Age – We cannot escape the aging process. As time goes on, the skin loses its overall elasticity and its ability to regenerate and repair itself. When the skin starts to thin, the tiny veins become more prominent through causing dark circles.
Allergies – some people are more susceptible to having allergies than others. These people tend to have tiny blood vessels under their eyes as a result of accumulating fluids – causing puffiness.
How PRP Therapy works to treat under eye dark circles and bags
Using PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) Therapy, you can treat under eye circles and bags with a natural, non-surgical approach. One of LMC’s cosmetic nurses extracts the patient’s own blood and separates the plasma which contains the valuable growth factors from the rest of the blood’s components. As a result of the injection of this personal regenerative serum into the problem areas, in this case the under the eyes area, tissues are given the boost they require to repair and rejuvenate the tissues under the eyes
As a result PRP treatment for the under eyes can:
Helps restore the elasticity and plumpness of the skin under the eyes
Clear away puffiness due to excess fluid retention and toxins.
Smoothing and diminishing eye hollows
Restoring volume loss that results in protruding eye bags
Reversing the shadow that causes discoloration under the eyes
PRP Under Eye F.A.Q
How many treatments are required? The treatments required are extremely individual to the person. Usually 2-3 or sometimes more sessions with a month or so spacing in between are done to ensure the best results although you should already see results even after the first injection. PRP under eyes – How long does it last and are the results permanent? It is important to remember that ageing and allergies don’t go away overnight, so follow up treatments can be expected in six to twelve months based on your age, your body’s response to the treatments, and the severity of your case when you began treatment.
Are There Any PRP Under Eyes Side Effects?
Considering that the eye area is fragile and delicate, concerns about PRP eye treatment recovery is understandable. That being said, PRP is extracted from your own blood, so there are no foreign substances entering your body. As a result, there is usually little impact on the body. Immediately following treatment, the area may flush or appear red, which usually subsides within three days. After PRP injections, there can be mild tingling, soreness and swelling and this may occur for up to three days. Bruising, particularly at the injection sites, may last for up to several weeks.