PRP Under Eyes for Eye Hollows, Circles & Bags
If you’re dealing with under eye bags, hollows and/or dark circles, there’s actually some good news! Did you know that Platelet-Rich Plasma or PRP under eyes is one of the best treatments around to restore volume loss in this area? Plus, PRP injection under eyes can easily be included with your Vampire Facial treatment. So get set to put your eyes back in the spotlight again with PRP Under Eye Treatment. Here’s all you need to know:
What Is a PRP Under Eye Treatment?
Platelet-Rich Plasma or PRP is a top treatment for regenerating skin from the inside out. It’s all because of the healing growth factors extracted from your own blood. Called “liquid gold”, these powerhouse proteins spark a strong process of repair, when injected under the skin. As a result, they support stem cell growth. They boost production of collagen and elastin. They encourage blood circulation to the area of treatment. Gradually and naturally, volume loss that’s caused by the natural course of aging is reversed. Specifically, the under eye area is restored, resulting in a brighter, smoother, more youthful appearance.
Am I a Good Candidate for PRP Under Eyes? Which Under Eye Treatment Do You Recommend?
PRP is great for certain eye concerns. That said, it depends on what eye issue/s you are trying to correct. Let’s drill down further:
PRP for Hollow Eyes / Sunken Eyes
The under eye area can appear hollowed out, because of volume loss as we age. PRP is highly effective for restoring sunken eyes.
PRP for Under Eye Bags / Puffy Eyes
If there’s bulging under the eye, volume loss can be the culprit here as well. Specifically, the fatty pads under the skin become more prominent in relation to the sunken areas. PRP will correct this by evening out the skin. However, if puffiness is due to fluid retention, we would recommend a treatment that encourages lymphatic drainage, such as an EndermoLift.
Plasma for Dark Circles Under Eyes
Discoloration here can be caused by two things. The first is hyperpigmentation, which can be the result of sun damage or genetics. If this is the cause of eye discoloration, PRP can help. However, our top treatment recommendation to treat dark circles under the eyes would be the Enerpeel System.
The second cause of dark circles is volume loss. Basically, when there’s a hollow under the eye, it can cast a shadow in the area. PRP can reverse this volume loss, in order to minimize the shadow.
Plasma Under Eye Wrinkles or Crow’s Feet
PRP can help plump the under eye area and diminish wrinkles at the corners of the eyes. However, generally speaking, we recommend Botox for anything more than superficial correction of smile lines here.
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What is The PRP Under Eyes Price? How Much Does a Session Cost?
There isn’t a separate price for PRP under eyes, because we don’t recommend PRP solely for the eyes. Basically, PRP therapy requires a blood draw from you, followed by extraction of the highest quality growth factors from the plasma. In essence, you want to take full advantage of the healing factors that are captured. For this reason, we typically do a PRP eye injection in conjunction with PRP Face Treatment. As a result, you would be getting the full benefit of the PRP that’s been extracted from your blood.
PRP Under Eyes Before and After? What Results Can I Expect After a PRP Eye Procedure? How Long Does It Last?
How often to get a PRP eye procedure depends on the condition of your skin to begin with, as well as your treatment goals. Typically, we recommend having a PRP Facial Treatment that includes the eye area every three to six months. As result, it would maintain under eyes benefits including:
- Smoothing and diminishing eye hollows
- Reversing the shadow that causes discoloration under the eyes
- Restoring volume loss that results in protruding eye bags
For a longer lasting boost of volume, many clients return to Smooth Synergy at around the two week mark following treatment, in order to have a dermal filler under the eyes.
Injecting PRP Under Eyes or Microneedling with PRP Under Eyes? Which is Recommended?
We recommend injecting PRP under eyes. Microneedling with PRP under eyes is not recommended. However, the practitioner can microneedle around the eyes, in order to restore the areas adjacent to the under eye area.
Are There Any PRP Under Eyes Side Effects?
The eye area is fragile and delicate, so it’s understandable that people are concerned about PRP recovery. That said, PRP is extracted from your own blood, so no foreign substance enters the body. What this means is side effects are typically minor. Immediately following treatment, the area may flush or appear read, which usually subsides within three days. Mild tingling, soreness and swelling after PRP injection may occur for up to three days. Bruising, particularly at injection sites, may last for several weeks.
Where to Find a PRP Provider Near Me? Who’s the Best PRP Doctor in NYC?
Our Medical Director, Dr. George Liakeas, is a certified PRP treatment provider, who received training from the creator of the Vampire treatments, Dr. Charles Runels. Additionally, he is one of a select few, who trains other providers to perform the Vampire treatments. Put simply, choose the doctor who trains the doctors!
Why Choose Smooth Synergy Med Spa NYC?
Smooth Synergy Medical Spa & Laser Center is conveniently located in Midtown East, Manhattan NYC with a comprehensive menu of the top nonsurgical skin treatments to restore volume to the eyes and face, including PRP, Ultherapy, Botox Cosmetic and Dermal Fillers like Juvederm, Restylane and Belotero. Opening in 2002, we have both the skill and experience to assure the best PRP results in New York City. Call us at 212-397-0111 to find out which under eye treatment is right for you.