Non surgical, non invasive eye bag removal is one solution to one of the most obvious signs of ageing.
Avoiding the use of medications like aspirin and anti-inflammatories.
Avoid drinking alcohol or smoking for a few days before the procedure simply because these substances tend to delay the body’s natural healing processes.
Patients may return to their normal daily activities directly after the treatment session.
The “walk in, walk out” nature makes it a great favorite among working professionals.
Some mild swelling and redness around the treatment site may occur, though these effects tend to disappear within a few hours.
As with many other procedures, women who are pregnant or breastfeeding will be warned against doing laser treatment for baggy eyes. Any person with skin diseases or infections in the treatment area may also be required to seek alternative treatments.
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While radiofrequency treatment is an option, laser therapy may be a better choice.
Laser therapy serves to enhance the body’s natural healing processes in order to facilitate skin tightening and firming around the eye region.
Laser surgery for bags under eyes, however, is entirely non-invasive and therefore there is no need for the fear of pain or dangerous side effects. This minimally invasive procedure assists in tightening the skin in order to eliminate signs of ageing.
Essentially, the procedure helps to boost the body’s natural capability for collagen production. Collagen is responsible for the firmness and youthful glow of healthy skin. One treatment may be effective enough for some patients, while others may require a few additional sessions. The frequency of these treatments depends entirely on the severity of the under eye bags.
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