microneedling

Is microneedling safe under the eye?

The eyes are said to have it all-the amazing stuff (winking, smiling, widening in joy), and the not-so-good stuff (under-eye bags, wrinkles, dark circles). Even though there’s more good than bad, there has to be a way to eliminate the inevitable bad stuff. Fortunately, there is. Traditionally, Botox dominated the anti-aging arena, but now fillers and laser treatments are also very popular. However, the eye area is so delicate that some people may be wary of eye procedures. Microneedling, also known as The Microneedling technique, is touted as a non-invasive way of achieving glowing skin that’s youthful and dewy-looking. However, what does it involve, and does it really produce results?

 What is Microneedling?

You may not be familiar with microneedling, which is a minimally invasive procedure that uses tiny needles to regenerate areas of the skin. The procedure delivers micro-perforations to the skin to stimulate the body to naturally produce collagen. With this type of treatment, the body’s own healing factors are used to repair any damage to the skin; you can also use a skin rejuvenation serum while receiving this treatment. After microneedling your skin will absorb a greater amount of the product, resulting in more benefits; you will also be able to see an overall improvement in the texture and appearance of your skin.

Dark circles under eyes – What is it?

Despite the fact that they are called ‘Dark Circles’, they are not circles at all. They are, instead, pools of blood under the lower eyelid. They can be alarming and make you look older than you truly are. Elderly people or primarily people of color are more likely to get them.

An array of factors can contribute to the appearance of dark circles; commonly, fatigue, allergies, heredity, pigmentation irregularities, and sun exposure are responsible. It can also be caused by thinned skin, which causes the blood vessels under the eye to become more visible.

Is microneedling an effective treatment for dark circles under the eye?

It utilizes tiny needles to treat the skin around the eyes in order to improve the appearance of dark circles. Microneedling is one of the most widely used treatments for dark circles. During this treatment, a controlled injury is caused to the area of the dark circles, which causes the body to start its natural healing process and causes collagen production to overflow. The skin under the eyes becomes more youthful, fuller, and firmer after this procedure, so if you want healthier, brighter, and rejuvenated under the eyes, grab your Peleva Advanced Micro Derma Roller System now!  Adding a serum to our microneedling treatment is a convenient way to get a faster and more effective result. We highly recommend Peleva C Power Vitamin C Serum for a more efficient results. 

What eye concerns can microneedling address?

Deflation of Bags and Puffiness

Microneedling can be used to temporarily reduce eye swelling. Otherwise, puffy eyes result from changes in underlying facial structures. During aging, the skin and muscles around the eyes relax. That causes the skin to become elastic and causes fat to migrate to deeper levels, resulting in eyelid bags.

Dark circles can be treated with anti-aging serums and creams, but some people need more invasive treatments. People who suffer from dark circles under their eyes can benefit from microneedling. 

Smooth away wrinkles and creases

For years, Botox was used to improve the appearance of crow’s feet due to the way that it tightens the muscles around the eyes. For those who want a more non-invasive solution, micro-needling can be an option. 

Brighten Dark Circles

There are other topical treatments for dark circles that can be used, such as kojic acid and vitamin C. Microneedling yields the most noticeable results in a short amount of time.

 

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