Time is flying by in the lead up to 2020 and for many of us, the festive period and the weeks beforehand can be knackering. We’ve all had those extra bags under our eyes that shouldn’t be there – a symbol of overworking, (perhaps a bit of over partying!) and just general life wear and tear. The eyes are our most expressive feature, a window to the soul, so when they’re looking a bit lifeless and tired it can inadvertently affect other facial features. And sometimes, no amount of concealer will do the trick!
But there is a way around this in the form of tear trough treatment, which uses the same methods as dermal fillers. They are injectables containing hyaluronic acid and will rejuvenate the eye area, temporarily getting rid of bags, dark circles and restoring a fresh and more youthful look to your eyes.
Why tear trough treatment?
Most of us reach the age of 30 when signs of ageing start to manifest. Your skin’s supply of hyaluronic acid, the natural substance responsible for keeping you young, starts to deplete. The body simply starts to say nope, I’m slowing this down, starting now. As a result, we lose volume under our eyes and wrinkles start to appear. Tear trough treatment is a great solution because it simply replenishes your under-eye areas with a substance that your body knows well and breaks down organically.
Working marvels for your confidence
Every year so many of us promise ourselves that we’ll make and keep New Year’s resolutions and make changes to better ourselves. We’re much more likely to stick to those changes when we feel confident on the inside. If you’re feeling anxious about the appearance of your eyes, tear trough treatment can give you the boost you need to take on 2020 like a pro!
If you’re thinking about having any kind of non-surgical treatment where needles are involved, don’t seek this from anyone other than a medical professional. Beauticians are now legally not qualified to administer these treatments, so make sure you know who you’re approaching and if their credentials are legitimate.