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How to Treat Fine Lines Around the Eyes

One of the first areas to show the signs of aging is around the eyes. Those fine lines and crinkles around the eyes can make you appear much older than your actual age. Makeup can't do a thing to hide those lines, as foundation and concealer get caught in the fine lines, leaving you looking a little weathered. There are several treatment options for turning back the clock and restoring the skin to a plump youthfulness around the eyes. Our top treatments for fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes are:
  • Botox: A syringe of Botox will lift, tone and smooth out the eye area. It's no wonder Botox has been touted as one of the best cosmetic procedures invented in the last decade.
  • Dermal Fillers: Sculptra, a filler that helps promote collagen production in your own body, is a great way to treat fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes. Juvederm uses hyaluronic acid to plump the skin with a natural youthful look.
  • Thermage: Thermage takes a little longer to show results than other treatments, but patients find it's worth the wait. In Thermage, radiofrequency is used to heat up the collagen and promote its growth. Thermage is used by many celebrities to create a flawless and natural look. When used around the eyes, Thermage tightens, tones and lifts with results that last for more than a year.
  • Fraxel Laser: The Fraxel laser treats only one section of skin at a time and is able to successfully target the fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes. Much like some of the other treatments, Fraxel stimulates collagen growth in the body.
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