Treatments for
Eye & Brow Concerns

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Undereye Bags/Creases

There are a number of factors that contribute to undereye bags and creases including genetics, excess sun exposure, and aging. As we age, the skin in this area becomes thinner making fluid retained under the eyes and wrinkles look more prominent.
Treatment Option: Injectable Dermal Filler

Using one of the FDA-approved injectable dermal fillers, we are able to treat dark eye creases, smooth out the appearance of undereye bags, and improve collagen production. 

Wrinkles Around Eyes (Crow’s Feet)

While age and UV exposure are leading causes for wrinkles at the outer corner of our eyes (often referred to as crow’s feet), they can occur as early as our mid-20s due to the thin layer of skin and lack of oil glands around the eyes. As the elasticity of skin in this area diminishes, the skin is unable to return to its original state.
Treatment Option: Injectable Neurotoxin Treatment
With an injectable neurotoxin treatment that works beneath the surface to temporarily reduce the underlying muscle activity, we are able to subtly smooth the appearance of wrinkles around the outer corners of your eyes, giving you a brighter, more refreshed look. Cost: Cost depends on products used and areas treated. You and your Skin365 practitioner will discuss your aesthetic goals and determine the treatment plan that is right for you.    

Frown Lines Between the Eyebrows (The 11’s)

Frown lines—those wrinkles between the eyebrows that can make us look angry or age us—are the result of repeated movement of underlying muscles (think frowning and squinting), a loss of elastic tissue as we age, and/or genetics. 
Treatment Option: Injectable Neurotoxin Treatment

With an injectable neurotoxin treatment that works beneath the surface to temporarily reduce the underlying muscle activity, we are able to subtly smooth the appearance of lines between the eyebrows and give you a softer, more youthful appearance. You and your Skin365 practitioner will discuss your aesthetic goals and determine the treatment plan that is right for you.  

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