How to remove wrinkles around the eyes: 5 best salon procedures

Which laser is more effective in treating wrinkles around the eyes and why is plasma therapy good? We explain why peptide bioreparant and chemical peels are effective in combating skin wrinkles in the periorbital area.

laser therapy

Laser procedure to rejuvenate the skin around the eyes

The procedure is suitable for patients of all ages. Laser therapy has a powerful stimulating effect at the cellular level, which leads to a reduction of macro- and microrelief. The result is a visual reduction in the depth of wrinkles. The number of procedures is determined by the cosmetologist depending on the severity of the problem. The course of treatment is from 1 to 3 sessions (with a frequency of 1 time per month).

Two lasers are most commonly used to correct wrinkles in the periorbital area: erbium and CO2. The laser beam acts on the skin, causing active cell regeneration. In general, laser therapy is aimed at improving the quality of the skin and combating wrinkles. Before laser rejuvenation, your doctor may recommend preparatory procedures: for example, plasma therapy or biorevitalization with preparations based on hyaluronic acid.

During the procedure, the doctor must apply anesthesia to the skin. After laser therapy you should not go to the bath and sauna for about two weeks, apply scrubs and procedures with alcohol and retinol in the composition, be sure to use products with SPF (the higher the better).

Contraindications for laser rejuvenation are the same as for other physiotherapy procedures: exacerbation of chronic skin diseases, acute somatic conditions, pregnancy, cancer.

Chemical peeling

Chemical TCA peeling to correct small wrinkles around the eyes

To correct wrinkles in the periorbital area, we recommend chemical TCA peeling with 20% (or more) trichloroacetic acid solution. This is an average peel that can be done 1-2 times at any time of the year.

The procedure takes about 30 minutes. In the process, the doctor applies a solution of trichloroacetic acid in layers (the number of layers depends on the thickness of the skin).

Immediately after peeling, hyperemia (increased blood flow) appears on the skin, after 1-2 days the place of impact acquires a bronze hue, and at 3-4 days peeling of the microplate appears. It is very important to follow all the doctor's recommendations after the procedure. The specialist must give the patient a protocol for the rehabilitation period.

The result of TCA peeling is the correction of small wrinkles around the eyes. Such peeling is also good for reducing wrinkles on the forehead, cheeks, around the lips and for improving the condition of the skin as a whole: it becomes smooth and even. Important: after peeling do not wash the affected areas with water for a day, use regenerating creams and thermal water. During rehabilitation, be sure to use products with SPF (from 30 and more).

The procedure has contraindications: herpes, inflammatory processes, deep pigmentation, allergies, pregnancy, lactation, malignant tumors.

Plasma therapy

Plasma therapy - injection of the patient's plasma into the skin of the periorbital area

The plasma gel is produced by heating the patient's plasma in a special centrifuge and is injected. The procedure is good for filling volumes and correcting wrinkles on the skin.

Plasma is injected using an atraumatic cannula, which completely eliminates the risk of hematomas. The advantage of plasma therapy is the rapid rehabilitation compared to other procedures. You may feel redness that will go away in a few hours.

With Plasmogel therapy, the effect is enhanced, so we advise you to do it in a course - 3 procedures once a month and after six months - another session. The result will be noticeable: tight, supple skin and visibly reduced wrinkles around the eyes.


Injection of fillers in the skin around the eyes for rejuvenation

Another common injection procedure is to correct wrinkles around the eyes. Fillers are preparations based on hyaluronic acid, which help to fill the deficit of subcutaneous fat. If you need to solve the problem of wrinkles in the periorbital area with the help of fillers, the specialist will use contouring preparations. Anesthesia is not required during the procedure in most cases, as the preparations already contain local anesthesia. If there is no anesthetic in the composition of the medicine, the cosmetologist performs application anesthesia.

You must repeat the procedure according to the doctor's instructions - the frequency depends on the degree of biodegradation of the filler itself. When working with a fixed area, it is likely that the next visit to the doctor will be waiting for you only after 2-3 years.

If you have an inflammatory process or a viral disease shortly before the procedure, it is better to postpone the introduction of fillers. Also, be sure to discuss with your doctor the risk of an allergic reaction to the components of the drug.

Peptide bioreparant injections

This is an injectable medicine that is used to correct the eyelid area and the area around the eyes. The basis of the drug is a DRMC complex of hyaluronic acid and trace elements that moisturize and tighten the skin.

For a noticeable result, we recommend doing a course of 3 procedures with an interval of 14 days. The effect can then be maintained every six months. One procedure takes no more than 20 minutes, taking into account the pre-treatment of the area around the eyes with anesthetic and antiseptic.