Dark circles. Under-eye bags. Raccoon eyes. No matter what you call the darkened area of thin skin right below the eyes — maybe due to genetics or a telltale sign of a lack of solid sleep — that everyone (literally everyone) has been plagued with at least one point in their lives, just know that precisely placed dermal filler can help clear them and smooth the transition between the lower eyelid and the cheek.
Called the tear trough treatment (or lower eyelid rejuvenation with filler), the procedure targets the tear trough, which is the lower, sometimes blue-ish area under the eye, just before the cheek. Tear troughs can be corrected by injecting dermal filler directly under the hollow between the lower eyelid and cheek. This lifts the tear trough up to the level of the lower eyelid and cheek, thus smoothing the appearance of the area. Fillers placed in this area often last for many years.
Also known as “golf ball chin” or as the French say, peau d’orange. Basically, some of us get lumpy or bumpy skin on our chins as we age from an overactive mentalis muscle. Cobblestone chin can be fairly easy to correct with a few drops of Dysport. The injected paralytic relaxes the dimples on your chin.
Starting at $500