Eye Puffiness

Eye Puffiness

What Is Eye Puffiness?

While genetics and age can impact our facial structure, various aesthetic treatments can help reshape and redefine facial features. One such treatment is face shaping, which involves using non-invasive or minimally invasive procedures to alter the shape of the face.

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Treatments available

There are several treatments available for eye puffiness, including:

  • Eye creams: Topical creams containing ingredients like caffeine, retinol, and vitamin C can help reduce puffiness and improve the appearance of the under-eye area.
  • Cold compress: Applying a cold compress, such as a chilled cucumber slice or a cold spoon, can help constrict blood vessels and reduce puffiness.
  • Dermal fillers: Injecting dermal fillers, such as hyaluronic acid, into the under-eye area can add volume and reduce the appearance of puffiness.
  • Radiofrequency therapy: Using radiofrequency technology, a cosmetic specialist can tighten the skin and reduce puffiness around the eyes.
  • Blepharoplasty: A surgical procedure that removes excess skin and fat from the eyelids, helping to reduce puffiness and improve the overall appearance of the eye area.

Treatment steps

The treatment steps for eye puffiness may vary depending on the specific treatment option chosen, but generally include the following:

  1. Consultation: A consultation with an aesthetic professional is the first step to determine the underlying causes of eye puffiness and the best treatment option.
  2. Preparation: Depending on the treatment option, the patient may need to prepare by avoiding certain medications or habits leading up to the procedure.
  3. Treatment: The chosen treatment option will be administered, which may include injectable fillers, laser therapy, or other non-invasive options.
  4. Recovery: After the treatment, the patient may experience some redness, swelling, or bruising, but these side effects should subside within a few days to a week.
  5. Follow-up: Depending on the treatment, the patient may require follow-up appointments to ensure the best results and to monitor any potential side effects.

Session :  Depends on the individual’s specific condition and the type of treatment chosen. 

Duration:  Depending on the specific treatment chosen by the individual and the severity of their condition.

Downtime: Depending on the specific treatment chosen.


  1. Reduction of puffiness and swelling around the eyes.
  2. Improvement in the overall appearance of the eye area.
  3. Reduction of dark circles under the eyes.
  4. Increase in skin hydration and elasticity.
  5. Non-surgical and non-invasive, with no downtime or recovery period needed.


Ultimately, the best treatment plan for eye puffiness will depend on the individual and the underlying cause of their puffiness. Consulting with a qualified aesthetic professional can help to determine the most effective treatment approach. With the right treatment plan, individuals can achieve a more refreshed, youthful appearance around the eyes and regain their confidence.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Smoking is also said to cause acne in older people. Whatever the underlying reasons as to why you have acne, it all results in one thing – hair follicles becoming blocked by sebum from surrounding sebaceous glands, and dead skin cells. These plugged hair follicles can either turn into whiteheads or blackheads, and if the (usually) harmless bacteria that lives on our skin then infects the follicles, you can even experience cysts, papules, nodules or pustules. None of which are any fun for the person having to deal with them.

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You do not need to stop wearing makeup if you have acne. However, you should wear makeup that is non-comedogenic. This means that it doesn’t block the pores.

Not necessarily. As mentioned above, acne can be caused by a number of triggers, and however much you clean your face it’s not going to affect how crazy your hormones are being. Sometimes, cleaning your face too much can even contribute to acne as it can aggravate spots.

Furthermore, using alcohol-based cleansers can dry your skin out and this isn’t a good thing as far as acne is concerned. Despite what you may think, and even if you feel like you have excessively oily skin, it’s still important to use a moisturiser – just make sure you opt for a non-comedogenic one.

Everyone is different, but acne – more often than not – does eventually go away. For many, it’s puberty that can kick things off and acne often settles down when puberty does. However, acne can sometimes persist into your adult years. That said, our skincare specialists have worked with many clients who wanted their acne to disappear and felt like they had tried everything. As you will see from our success stories and testimonials, we have had hugely positive and effective results.

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