“I want to look less tired” is a phrase that aesthetic practitioners are likely to hear on a daily basis. Increased skin laxity, volume depletion and the development of fine lines and wrinkles all contribute to the ageing face. When these factors affect the periorbital region, they often have a significant impact on a person’s aesthetic appearance. As well as making a person look older, research has suggested that variations in eyebrow shape, eyelid position and wrinkles greatly influence how others perceive your facial expressions, as well as your subsequent mood.
And while there are numerous reliable periorbital treatment options on the market, the popularity and success rate of injectable treatments in particular continues to grow.
According to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, there was a 21% increase in injectable treatments performed in 2015, and botulinum toxin and hyaluronic acid
(HA) dermal filler treatments topped the list of the most performed non-surgical procedures in the same year… read more…