Non-Surgical Eyelift in Madison, CT
The skin around the eyes is thinner than other areas of the face and is constantly being pulled in various directions by our facial expressions. Over the years, this never-ending pulling on thinner skin results in more than just wrinkles; the area around the eyes may lose volume while the brow and upper eyelids may become droopy. Hollows, bags and dark circles may also begin to form underneath the eyes.
A Non-Surgical Eye Lift at Aria DermSpa can improve the appearance around the eyes without the invasive techniques of a traditional eyelift. Dr. Lisa Donofrio uses dermal fillers such as Restylane® or Belotero Balance® to restore lost volume to the eye area, so you can see a more rejuvenated and refreshed appearance.
As a nonsurgical eyelift, this treatment requires no downtime and can result in a younger look around the eyes.
Frequently Asked Questions about a Non-Surgical Eyelift in Madison, CT at Aria DermSpa
A nonsurgical eyelift injects Restylane® or Belotero Balance in the desired areas to replace lost volume around the eyes, helping to lift sunken and sagging skin and result in a firmer, tighter and refreshed appearance around the eyes.
Results from a nonsurgical eyelift at Aria DermSpa can be seen soon after treatment.
Noticeable improvements from a nonsurgical eyelift in Southeastern CT can last up to 18 months.
A nonsurgical eyelift in Madison, CT requires no downtime, so patients can return to everyday activities immediately. Slight irritation or bruising may occur for a short time following treatment but can usually be covered with make-up.
Side effects may include irritation, bruising or redness at the injection site, however these side effects subside quickly.
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