Eye bags are a crease which has formed between your lower eyelid and the upper cheek. It often creates the appearance of a dark shadow – making you look older or tired.
Eye bags tend to be the result of prolapsed fat (in some cases they are a genetic trait). As we age, the muscles in our faces begin to weaken and as a result the skin sags. Eye bags are just another part of this.
Eye bags are different to tear troughs (though they have similar treatment). Tear troughs are a ‘groove’ which forms beneath the eye, creating a hollow look. Eye bags are fatty tissue which is no longer concealed within the eye socket and has prolapsed.
These are both different from dark circles – which are an issue of pigmentation. Often these issues can combine to create a seriously tired look and may require a mixture of treatments to fix.
The primary treatment for eye bags is the use of tear trough filler.
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Tear trough filler
Tear trough filler is a gel injectable made using hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring material in the body, and provides our faces with support, structure, as well as hydration, so it is fantastic for handling a wealth of issues such as eye bags – which result from a weakness of structure.