T he area surrounding the eyes often sees prominently visible signs of ageing in the form of crow’s feet and wrinkles. These often become noticeable for some right in their 30s, making them conscious of their age and appearance. The skin in the eyelids tend to lose their elasticity as we age further, causing a fold to form in the upper lids.
Blepharoplasty is the surgical rejuvenation of the upper and lower eyelids (periorbital rejuvenation). Hooded eyelids and laxity of skin for upper and lower eyelids are common for men and women and need to be addressed as we age. The non-surgical options are also good alternatives but not as successful for severe skin laxity.
Plasma Fibroblast is one of the best non-surgical blepharoplasty as it helps to shrink and tightens eyelids after one to three treatments.
To improve the area further, eyebrow lift may be performed for optimal outcome.
How can undergoing a non-surgical blepharoplasty help?
Your non-surgical blepharoplasty carried out at our Melbourne clinic can be beneficial in more ways than one. The hooded eyelids treatment can not only help tighten sagging skin but also improve vision if the sag or fold in the skin causes obscurity. Under-eye bags can also be addressed through a non-surgical blepharoplasty when used in tandem with other procedures. This ensures an overall improvement in the appearance of the areas, making them appear rejuvenated and youthful. Some of the proven benefits to a non-surgical blepharoplasty are listed below:
- Correction of drooping eyelids
- Reduction in the deposits of fat around the eyes
- Reduction in the puffiness under the eyes
- Smoothening of wrinkles in the areas surrounding the eyes
- Achieving a younger-looking appearance
What to expect from your non-surgical blepharoplasty at Derma Cosmetika?
Our plasma fibroblast procedure for non-surgical upper blepharoplasty in Melbourne includes the use of focused energy targeting fibroblasts to stimulate collagen and protein production.
Before we begin the procedure, the area to be treated is cleansed and a topical anaesthetic is applied to reduce any pain or discomfort. Once the anaesthetic takes effect, the procedure is then carried out using a plasma pen.
This treatment helps create multiple tiny holes in the layer of the skin to ensure the breaking down of proteins, tissue contraction, and tissue regeneration. The non-surgical blepharoplasty treatment is also used to reduce acne scars, age spots, wrinkles, seborrheic keratosis, and many other skin conditions.
In all, the procedure may take anywhere between 30 and 60 minutes to perform.
After the treatment is carried out, the punctures in the skin will scab and fall out on their own. Over the course of the next few weeks following the treatment, the skin will heal and appear more supple and tighter. A minimum of 3 treatments is recommended and more might be required depending on the achieved results.