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They say eyes are the windows into people’s souls and regardless of whether or not you believe that, they can certainly be people’s best feature. Fresh, bright eyes can really light up a person’s profile but with ageing, lack of sleep, staring at the screens of gadgets, dark circles and removing bags under eyes and on the face can become a top priority for many people. If you’re wondering how to get rid of dark circles under eyes and to rejuvenate the surrounding area on your face, ANP Skin Clinic can help.

The non-invasive, quick Low Level Laser Eye Rejuvenation therapy we offer can dramatically reduce the volume of eye-bags and associated shadows. It also serves to bless your face with a lighter, fresher look.

Conditions treated with Low Level Laser Eye Rejuvenation

How to get rid of dark circles under eyes, Laser Eye Rejuvenation

Eye bag reduction

  • Dark circles
  • Eye bags
  • Dark Shadows under the eyes
  • Hyper pigmentation (patches of skin that become darker than the surrounding skin).
  • Dull complexion
  • Puffiness, particularity around the eye area.

FAQs

Does it hurt?

Resurfacing lasers operate by damaging cells in order for them to be replaced with rejuvenated ones. In contrast, this Low Level Laser Eye Rejuvenation treatment uses low level lasers and doesn’t damage skin cells. There is no pain and is suitably gentle on the fragile peri- orbital skin that surrounds the eye. Pleasantly, the treatment to remove bags under eyes and dark circles causes no swelling and no long lasting discolouration from bruising.

How many treatments would I need?

While some people opt to undergo one round of Low Level Laser Eye Rejuvenation, we recommend booking a course of eight treatments to enjoy the maximum and optimal effects of a re-freshened eye profile.

What can I expect before, during and after the treatment?

We will conduct a thorough examination of the areas surrounding your eyes to assess your needs and answer any questions you have in an in-depth consultation before your treatment. We will also make you aware of any risks.

We would then use a low intensity laser to reduce any puffiness and remove bags under your eyes.

How to get rid of dark circles under eyes?

The lymphatic system is an intricate network comprising of organs, lymph nodes, lymph ducts, and lymph vessels that produce and move lymph (a fluid mixture of white blood cells and chyde, which is proteins and fat from the intestines) from tissues to the bloodstream.

ANP Skin Clinic Laser Rejuvenation therapy reduces the localised presence of extracellular fluid (body fluid outside the cells) by stimulating this lymphatic system and adjusting the flow of blood. The treatment works by light biochemically modulating cells. The result is diminished puffiness. It can also stimulate the fat cells to release their contents to achieve reduced volume of eye bags.

As well as softening the profile, medical research shows the therapy directly diminishing hyper pigmentation and improving microcirculation in the fine blood vessels, all contributing to a radiant and youthful look.

There is no down time following the treatment, which lasts for approximately 20 minutes.

Is it right for me?

Whether you’re looking to remove eye bags and dark shadows caused by lower lid shadows, excess pigmentation (colour) or vascularity (prominent veins) made more visible by the increased transparency of ageing skin or even the dark circles that are the result of fluid build up or a protrusion of the fat pad behind the eye, this therapy is suitable for all men and women.

While the therapy isn’t recommended for pregnant women, it can yield huge benefits for those experiencing the initial effects of ageing. Our expert will discuss with you the matter of your suitability for the treatment before hand.

How much does it cost?

We offer an individual treatment for at £45 or a course of eight treatments (recommended) for £180.

What are the risks?

When it comes to Low Level Laser Eye Rejuvenation and how to get rid of dark circles under eyes, no destruction of tissue occurs. Due to the low intensity of the lasers, the treatment carries relatively little risk.

While low-level lasers are safe, there is a potential for damage to the eye. The beam in low-energy, can potentially burn the retina, if directed through the lens of the eye. However, during the research and practice into this type of therapy, no adverse reaction has been recorded.