The reason for the appearance of “crows feets” is the specific entanglement of facial muscles in circular muscles. Because of this peculiarity, skin smears around the eyes every time during a smile, and over time, permanent wrinkles are formed at the break points. The situation is dramatically worsened if skin is thin, dry, allergy-prone skin.
Correcting the situation with wrinkles around the eyes is not too early and never too late, especially, it’s many different treatments available. The only thing that unites all the techniques – the need to repeat them from time to time, because scientists have not yet figured out just how to solve the problem of the formation of “crows feet” forever. So, by what methods can a cosmetologist at Beauty&Skin treat wrinkles around the eyes?
Method # 1: Mesotherapy or Bi-Revitalization
If there is time for rejuvenation and the desire to retain the natural familiar facial expressions, wrinkles around the eyes can be effectively smoothed out by mesotherapy or biorevitalization. It will require 3-4 treatments in the case of biorevitalization, and up to 10-12 mesotherapy procedures.
The essence of this method of getting rid of wrinkles around the eyes is to restart skin renewal process with the help of micro-injections of vitamin-mineral and peptide cocktails and hyaluronic acid. The result is the activation of the division of young cells, the enhancement of the synthesis of its own fibers of collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid. Injections could be painless because the skin is pre-applied with analgesic cream.
The obvious disadvantages of the methods: the need for multiple repetition, possibility of small bruises from injections and unpresentable appearance a few days after each procedure.
Although, just a day after the injection, bruises can be masked by a concealer. You will notice the result a week after the first biorevitalization procedure, or after the fourth mesotherapy procedure.
It is important to complete the entire assigned course as the skin should have time to completely renew, otherwise the result of rejuvenation will be unstable, and “crow feets” under the eyes may reappear again. I advise to repeat mesotherapy twice a year, the course of biorevitalization – once or twice a year.
If the “crows feet” are already deep enough and do not lend themselves to 100% correction by the listed methods, it is necessary to add chemical peels treatments.
Note: do not substitute injections for peels, namely add a peeling course to mesotherapy, biorevitalization.
Method # 2: RF-LIFTING
In addition to chemical peels, the result of injection correction of wrinkles around the eyes can be fixed and improved by radio wave lifting. This physiotherapy procedure allows you to improve and tighten the skin of the eyelids. As a result, swelling decreases, dark circles under the eyes become less noticeable, the skin stays smoother between courses of biorevitalization.
A therapeutic, gentle radio wave lift is a pleasant procedure.
The cosmetologist performs a micromassage of the skin around the eyes with a small manipula, the patient feels a pleasant warmth that “spills” over the skin.
Here at Beauty &Skin i advise that the procedure, like any physiotherapy, is performed in a course of 8 to 12 sessions, the frequency and number of visits is determined by the therapist, based on each specific situation. The course of correction of wrinkles around the eyes can be repeated once a year.
Method # 3: REGULAR HOME CARE
Moisturizing is the key to the success of home care. In our salon we use professional creams made by HL-Labs for wrinkles around the eyes, patches with special restorative components allow to moisturize the skin well, increase its resistance to stretching and “breaking” at the moment of smile, to start the process of regeneration. Many eye creams contain peptides or special light-reflecting pigments that create an optical rejuvenation effect, and masking circles under the eyes, with virtually all eye creams added anti-edema components. In addition, it is important to remove makeup eyelids before bedtime with soft pads, without rubbing or injuring the skin.