How to Transform Tired and Wrinkled Eyes

Clare McLoughlin
By Clare McLoughlin

Clare McLoughlin is an Independent Nurse Prescriber and advanced procedure aesthetic nurse and trainer with more than 16 years’ experience.


Eye Wrinkles And Other Signs Of Ageing - Why Do Your Eyes Look Old And Tired?

Ageing, as we are all well aware, comes to us all. But certain imperfections make themselves known much earlier than others. I am talking, of course, about those that emerge on the top half of the face and, more specifically, around the eyes.

These include, among other things, eye wrinkles, eye bags and dark circles.

Read on below to discover why the skin around the eyes is more susceptible to ageing than other parts of the body, and how my skin rejuvenation treatments can help to give it a crucial lift. 

Why Do Eye Wrinkles and Eye Bags Form? 

As with all things in life, nothing lasts forever. And nowhere is this more evident than in the condition of our skin, which, due to a natural loss of collagen and a range of other, more manageable factors, loses its elasticity and tautness over time.

One of the first areas to experience this change is the skin around the eyes, and this is because of how thin it is in comparison to the skin that sits elsewhere on our bodies. 

In the case of eye wrinkles, these often develop as a result of the constant contraction of muscles under the skin.

When we smile, eye wrinkles such as crow’s feet assume prominence, etching their way into permanence as we get older. 

Eye bags, which can appear swollen, reveal sagginess or take on the form of dark circles, make themselves known as our supporting tissues weaken.

This is an unavoidable bodily response to age that, much like eye wrinkles, can be exacerbated by poor sleep, smoking and excessive screen time. 

Eye Wrinkles and The Pandemic 

As much as eye wrinkles and eye bags are products of time’s passing, the stresses of modern life, and indeed, the pandemic, have definitely played a role in the increased development of both compromised skin around the eyes and patients’ desire to seek treatment for these issues. 

I mentioned above that lack of sleep and increased screen time are contributing factors to the declining condition of the skin, and it’s easy to see how the fear, uncertainty and doomscrolling that have accompanied the pandemic have made our eye wrinkle problems much worse. 

Eye Wrinkles And The Pandemic 
What is a Endybleph procedure

Endybleph

The Endybleph eyelift is a procedure that makes use of the fantastic radiofrequency technology that sits at the heart of the ENDYMED Intensif device.

In this treatment, collagen production is ignited by heating the skin at a deep level, with new tissue growth contributing to the elimination of eye bags, the tightening of the eyelids and an instant lift to the overall area. 

Three Endybleph treatment sessions are required, spaced 4-5 weeks apart. 

iS Clinical Youth Eye Complex 

Away from the treatment room, your clinical results can be supplemented via the use of iS Clinical’s Youth Eye Complex.

A best-selling formula composed of powerful antioxidants, peptides, proteins and growth factors, this product is recognised for the immediate and long-term changes it can make to dark circles, crow’s feet and puffiness. 

What is the iS Clinical Youth Eye Complex treatment?

If you want to read more, the experts at Consulting Room really know what they're talking about and have put together some anti-wrinkle injections, eye bags, ENDYMED Intensif, Profhilo®, Viscoderm, dark circles and iS Clinical skincare FAQs just for you. 

If you have more questions, you can use the anti-wrinkle injections, eye bags, ENDYMED Intensif, Profhilo®, Viscoderm, dark circles and iS Clinical skincare questions feature to talk to our panel of trained medical experts. 

If you're keen to get started with any of these treatments right away then you're in luck - those clever folks also have a list of trusted, accredited anti-wrinkle injections, eye bags, ENDYMED Intensif, Profhilo®, Viscoderm, dark circles and iS Clinical skincare clinics in your area.

Many thanks to the author of this blog Clare McLoughlin who founded Appearance Based Medicine in 2004, driven by a desire to provide advanced facial rejuvenation solutions and aesthetic treatments to patients in Marlow, Buckinghamshire and the surrounding areas. 

People choose Appearance Based Medicine because of the top-quality and personable service that they receive, and always leave the clinic with a welcome boost to both their inner confidence and outer radiance. 

Call Clare McLoughlin now on 01628 303 020 or visit www.ab-med.co.uk.

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