How to Wake Up Your Tired Eyes

How to Wake Up Your Tired Eyes

Here’s how you can avoid looking perpetually tired!

“It doesn’t matter whether it’s in the morning, noon or evening – when I look in the mirror, I always look tired around the eyes. This often makes me sad or stressed out about my appearance. Despite having sufficient rest, it shows no improvement. What can I do to finally look awake and relaxed?”

 

Dermatologist Dr. Monika Brück – Germany, Reutlingen

She is not alone with this concern! Many of my patients come to me and complain of having tired eyes. There are two decisive factors to this aging phenomenon:

Firstly, the distance between the eyes and eyebrows is important. As you age, your eyebrows drop slightly, potentially making you look older and more tired. The tissues under the eyes also play an important role. Over time, skin loses elasticity and volume, the midface sags and the eye wrinkles become visible.

However, the signs of aging mentioned can be treated with a gentle method: micro-focused ultrasound with visualization (#mfuv). This method is clinically proven safe thanks to its patented real-time visualization technology. Doctors are able to directly visualize target tissue layers under the skin’s surface while microfocused ultrasound energy is being delivered over the eyebrows, forehead region as well as the area under the eyes. This stimulates the body’s natural wound healing response, leading to the production of new collagen and elastin over a period of approximately six months. The end result is a raised and well-defined eyebrow line with firm tissues under the eyes. This non-surgical face lift can be your answer to avoid tired-looking eyes!

Make a consultation with our panel of aesthetic professionals to find out more about micro-focused ultrasound with visualization treatment today!

 

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