No one likes dark circles under their eyes, as it makes them look tired and unwell.
Dark circles under the eyes can simply be due to the skin being discoloured surrounding the eye area.
Or another cause can be because the skin is so much thinner and therefore more transparent, so it looks darker.
Although dark circles can sometimes be caused due to diet, lifestyle, or lack of the correct eye care, dark circles can also be hereditary and therefore difficult to treat.
Frequently Asked Questions
Mesotherapy is a technique of directly inserting various nutrients directly into the skin via micro needling.
Nutrients applied topically to the skin are not able to penetrate to the skin’s dermis, but by using Mesotherapy, nutrients are delivered to this level where the skin’s connective tissue fibres are responsible for nourishing and supporting the skin.
By delivering much needed nutrients such as hyaluronic acid, peptides, vitamin C etc. the skin is able to function at its peak.
Anyone wanting to have a lighter smoother undereye area.
A suitable cocktail of nutrients is chosen for the skin.
Then an anaesthetic cream is applied.
Micro needling gives tiny (and usually painless) injuries to the skin, triggering it to boost collagen whist the needles insert the cocktail into the eye area being treated.
Afterwards a soothing mask is applied so you can return to your daily activities straightaway post treatment.
You may experience slight irritation post treatment which will subside after a few hours. Vary rarely will this treatment cause some mild temporary bruising.
4 sessions at two week intervals
Cost starts from $250 per treatment and up, depending on the type of product and size of the area being treated.
*Disclaimer: All photographs represent one person’s experience, and results may vary for each patient. All photographs are of actual patients from Instant Laser Clinic. The visible change in these photographs has occurred as a result of the procedure/s undertaken. Some before and after photos shown are not exact, in that they vary in light, contrast, clothing, background, distance from camera, hairstyle and make-up.