How to Banish Dark Circles and Revitalise Your Eyes

Designed to showcase your eyes and enhance your natural beauty, this popular treatment has a growing fanbase – and for a good reason, with many benefits, including:

  • Rejuvenation of tired eyes
  • A quick, non-surgical treatment with instantaneous results
  • Reduction of fine lines and wrinkles
  • Boosting skin’s quality & radiance
  • Lasts up to 12 months – depending on your metabolism
  • No downtime after the treatment – just carry on with your day!

As one of the leading lights in the aesthetic industry, Dr Wafaa El Mouhebb knows how confidence-boosting tear trough fillers are for her clients, so here we answer some frequently asked questions in a step-by-step-guide, so you can decide for yourself if it’s right for you.

What are Tear Troughs?

Tear troughs are the hollows that can sometimes form in the space below your lower eyelid and above your cheek. Once they exist, these dark circles don’t go away, no matter how many early nights you get. This can leave you looking jaded, even when you’re not, and may affect how you feel about yourself.

What Causes Tear Troughs?

Aside from late nights, too much sun and pollution – tear troughs can occur with age. Some people experience bone loss in the area around the eyes, and this, combined with a reduction in the body’s ability to naturally produce substances like collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid (HA), can contribute to the creation of tear troughs and the folds of skin that can form beneath them.

What are Tear Trough Fillers?

This popular cosmetic procedure, also known as under-eye or dermal fillers, involves injecting a gel-like substance containing hyaluronic acid into the area underneath the eye. HA helps your body create collagen, which helps plump up the areas that have lost their volume. The result is the reduction of dark circles and the creases that may have formed beneath the eyes, leaving you looking naturally refreshed.

What is Hyaluronic Acid?

Hyaluronic acid is a sugar molecule that is produced naturally by the body. Our skin cells produce HA to help them retain moisture, with a single gram of HA holding up to six litres. When our skin is hydrated, it appears softer, plumper and looks more radiant and youthful, which means lines and wrinkles show less.

Also, hyaluronic acid works for any skin type, including oily complexions, sensitive or break-out prone skin.

What Does Having Tear Trough Filler Entail?

A tear trough or dermal filler is a straightforward process that involves introducing hyaluronic acid into the area underneath your eye using a very fine, flat-headed needle known as a cannula. The procedure can be carried out in around 15 minutes, with the effect immediately noticeable, which is why it is so popular.

How Much do Tear Trough Fillers Cost?

Tear trough fillers start from as little as £400 for 1mm of hyaluronic acid. Dr Wafaa will discuss the amount of hyaluronic acid you may need at your initial consultation.

Are there any Side Effects?

Tear trough fillers are a safe procedure. You may experience minor redness and/or swelling during the first 48 hours. Very rarely patients might experience an infection or allergic reaction, but here at Dr Wafaa Clinic, you are under medical supervision with expert guidance.

How Quickly Will I See Results?

Tear trough fillers produce instant results, with the area under your eyelids looking fuller straightaway, but it can take one to two weeks to see the full results.

Why Choose Dr Wafaa Clinic

The skin around the under-eye is delicate (around 1mm), and it is important to find a well-qualified and experienced clinician to carry out the procedure.

Dr Wafaa is an expert dermatologist in anti-ageing and aesthetic medicine who takes a holistic approach to your wellbeing, focusing on your natural beauty and facial balance to deliver empowering and truly life-affirming results.

Book a consultation with Dr Wafaa today to discuss how tear trough fillers can rejuvenate your eyes.

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