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Your Eyes Say A Lot About You: A Fresh Look To Getting The Best Eye Treatments In Singapore

Look Refresh With Singapore's Eye Bags and Dark Eye Circles Treatment

The eyes are said to be the window to the soul. As cliche as it may sound, they are also a window into your health. At V Medical Aesthetics Clinic, one of the most common issues faced by our patients are crow’s feet, dark circles, and swollen eyes which are common problems that may be more than skin deep. Continue reading to find out what they truly mean and how you can treat them.


Crow’s Feet

Crow’s Feet are also known as wrinkles and fine lines. They are the first creases to form on the face, usually beginning in your mid-twenties. They are those annoying little lines that form around the outer corners of your eyes and eye bags.

They begin as fine lines that gradually spread over time. They are normal when you are smiling and laughing and tend to become a regular fixture in your mid-to-late thirties. However, they make you appear older, spoiling the look of make-up, and becoming exacerbated when you wear spectacles. Crow’s feet can also be a sign of dehydration or nutritional deficiency.

Eye Bags & Dark Circles

Dark circles and Eyebags are commonly used interchangeably, they are both different conditions. The main difference is that, dark circles are defined by the darkening of the under-eye skin, eyebags are defined by swelling around the eyes.

Eye Bags

Mild swelling or puffiness around the eyes is known as bags under the eyes. They are frequent as you grow older and the tissue around your eyes, especially the muscles that support your eyelids, deteriorate. Fat that supports the eyes can then migrate into the lower eyelids, hence making them puffy.

Dark Circles

When you’re exhausted or lacking sleep, dark circles can form beneath your eyes. If you have dark circles under your eyes while being well rested, it is possible that something other than exhaustion is at work. Dark circles can also be caused by allergies or even dietary deficits.


Here’s How You Can Treat Them!

There are different kinds of treatments available to help treat your concerns on your eyes. They usually help address small eye bags and dark circles, however severe eye bags may require surgery. Let’s take a look at each technique.

Fotona Eye

If you have a fear of needles and want a non-invasive and non-surgical method to help with your eyebags, Fotona 4D Upper Eyelid Lifting Laser is the one for you!

The treatment is known for its eye rejuvenation process that provides immediate freshness and tightness of the periocular area, specially designed to allow safe, precisely controlled and optimal delivery of laser pulses to the skin around the eye.

4D Upper Eyelid Lifting Laser helps treat tired-looking eyes and work by using a patented technology which is Fotona SMOOTH® Mode for effective tightening of the Periocular Region. The non-ablative Er:YAG SMOOTH® mode is applied in a non-invasive and precise manner to stimulate collagen remodeling and contraction for skin tightening and rejuvenation.

Sunekos Eye

Sunekos is an injectable treatment that contains 6 amino acids and hyalunoric acid. It encourages the formation of collagen and elastin, allowing the Extracellular Matrix (ECM) to regenerate. Sunekos is a skin rejuvenation treatment made up of Hyaluronic Acid (200, 000 Dalton) and a specific mix of 6 Amino Acids – Glycine, L- Proline, L- Alanine, L- Leucine, L- Valine, L- Lysine for Extra Cellular Matrix regeneration.

The treatment works naturally by boosting collagen and elastin production, assisting in the production of new ECM for skin suppleness.