Injectable

Treatments

The successful delivery of injectable treatments lies on two major factors. The experience and ability of the Nurse Prescriber that delivers the injections.

Major cosmetic brands offer tried and tested solutions. We are proud to work with only the highest quality brands to achieve safe and natural results.

Injectable

Treatments

The successful delivery of injectable treatments lies on two major factors. The experience and ability of the Nurse Prescriber that delivers the injections.

Major cosmetic brands offer tried and tested solutions. We are proud to work with only the highest quality brands to achieve safe and natural results.

Tear Trough Fillers

At Harley Skin & Laser

No Of Sessions:
1

Treatment Time:
30 - 60 mins

Recovery Time:
1 - 3 Days

Price:
From £230

Tear troughs, dark circles and eyebags are conditions that many men and women struggle with at some point in their lives. While they may appear to be very similar, they are actually three different conditions. Dark circles occur when blood vessels beneath the thin skin of the area around the eye are dilated and close to the surface of the skin – most commonly when we are tired, dehydrated or have been drinking alcohol. Dark circles are primarily a pigmentation issue, but often appear in combination with eye bags and tear troughs. Eyebags occur when fluid is retained under the eye, creating a small area of swelling under the eye and casting a shadow across the undereye area. Cool compresses, staying hydrated and sleeping well can help to reduce or eradicate eye bags.

Tear troughs, however, are physical hollows under the eyes that cast a shadow that may make you look tired and aged, and are generally harder to cover and reduce than eye bags and dark circles. Tear troughs can be brought on by ageing as the skin in the area becomes thinner and facial fat descends under the eye, casting a shadow across the area. They can also be genetic and appear in young people as well. Dermal fillers are an ideal treatment for tear troughs as they work by adding volume from beneath the skin. This way, they can fill the hollows under the eyes and create a smooth, brightened and more youthful appearance.

Tear trough treatment is very effective and a ‘tried & tested’ technique to treat bags under eyes. Dermal fillers are an approved under-eye treatment by the CE and the FDA. They have been safely used for a number of years on millions of patients across the world.

Our Step By Step Guide To Treatments

Step 1:
Consultation

Client safety is the most important aspect of any treatment, and therefore every possible situation and outcome is taken into consideration. Harley Skin and Laser wants everyone to feel young and beautiful, but not at the expense of their health. Therefore, should you be taking any medication, are pregnant or breastfeeding, you must inform us of this. We will discuss your desired outcome to determine the required quantity of dermal filler.

Step 2:
During Your Treatment

Topical anaesthetic will be applied for your comfort and your cosmetic nurse prescriber will deliver a personalised procedure designed to enhance your natural beauty.

Step 3:
After The Treatment

Following dermal fillers treatment you are likely to notice some swelling to the treated area. It may be sensitive to touch for a day or two and you may experience some bruising. It is important to follow the correct aftercare provided to you by Harley Skin and Laser clinic.

Frequently Asked Questions

Dermal fillers can last up to 12 months but patients can have treatments as and when they feel necessary a plan can be tailored to your desired outcome.
Tear trough fillers are used to smooth and minimise the appearance of under-eye bags and hollows, resulting in a fresh and bright appearance around the eyes.
Results are visible straight away, however, swelling will subside after a few hours and it will take a few days for the product to settle.
You should avoid wearing makeup, touching your face or using any skincare other than gentle cleansers and warm (not hot) water for around six hours after treatment at a minimum, and ideally should avoid these things until the next day.
You should also avoid strenuous exercise, extreme heat such as saunas and steam rooms and chemical exfoliants such as AHAs for around 24 hours. Finally, you should avoid non-essential blood-thinning products, such as ibuprofen and aspirin. If you experience any pain or discomfort after treatment, you can take other painkillers like paracetamol.
This all depends on the individual. There may be slight bruising and swelling however this should subside within a few days.