How To Treat Eye Wrinkles

The eyes have long been romanticised as being the “window to the soul” but, they are more likely to betray the effects of aging on your face and are one of the first and most obvious places you are likely to see wrinkles. Now, there’s nothing wrong with wrinkles, and the crease marks caused by laughing fits with friends over oodles of wine on a very sunny day are well earned!

However, for some people, this very visible sign of aging feels unacceptable and totally unfair – why can’t we sit laughing in sun drinking oodles of wine and STILL look amazing? Well the good news is that we can! And that’s because there are loads of options out there to reduce or completely get rid of wrinkles should you wish.

So what can you do to fix eye wrinkles?

For regulars to the Glowday site, you’ll notice that Botox and fillers are mentioned A LOT, and this is because they really are a solution to most superficial facial aesthetic issues so it’s no surprise that both can be used to treat eye wrinkles.

For those new to these treatments the rule of thumb is fillers will plump out a wrinkle that it already there whilst Botox is used to freeze facial muscles to stop the creasing of skin and wrinkles from forming in the first place. These are temporary solutions that will require topping up every 3 months.

What about if I don't fancy injectables?

Not everybody is keen to go straight to injectables and the good news is there are other options out there. Chemical peels can be used to freshen up the overall look of a face by removing dead skin cells and encouraging the production of new ones.

This treatment only treats the surface of the skin though so whilst you might see a reduction in the appearance of fine lines, it won’t be effective on saggy skin or deep lines.

If chemicals aren’t for you then Microdermabrasion or Microneedling will achieve a similar result.

Who should I see to treat my eye wrinkles?

You're in the right place! You can book your eye wrinkle treatment on Glowday right here!

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