Non-Surgical Eye Bag Removal singapore

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What are eye bags?

Eye bags form when the skin under the eyes becomes swollen or puffy. Collagen and elastin are produced naturally by our body and it gives our skin a plump and supple appearance. However, as we age, the skin tissue around the eyes begin to weaken due to reduced collagen and elastin production. 

Additionally, fat and ligaments that hold our eyes in place start to move into the eyelids (due to weakened eye muscles), causing them to appear puffy and leading to the appearance of eye bags. 

Eye bags can also worsen as fluid accumulates around the eyes due to lack of sleep, stress, or underlying medical conditions. 

While eye bags are a natural part of ageing, they can also be caused by:

  • Allergies
  • Smoking
  • Genetics
  • Lack of sleep and fatigue
  • Stress
  • Medical condition
  • Fluid retention 
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How does non-surgical eye bag removal work?

Non-surgical eye bag removal treatments at Regen Clinic such as laser and ultrasound therapies work by stimulating new collagen production to strengthen the skin tissue and reduce puffiness.

Injectables and skinboosters are also non-surgical methods to treat eye bags. They work by relaxing and smoothing the skin while delivering formulations to firm the skin around the eyes and improve its appearance.  

Depending on the individual and severity of eye bags, a combination of non-surgical treatments may be recommended for the best results. Eye bags and dark circles are often treated together as they are in the same area and often occur simultaneously. 

At Regen Clinic, our non-surgical eye bag removal treatments involve the following:

Our doctor will discuss with you on the severity of your condition and your desired results, before deciding on the best treatment option for you.

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Benefits of non-surgical eye bag removal

  • Reduces skin puffiness
  • Eliminates dark circles 
  • Smoother and tighter skin 
  • Improved skin texture and tone 

What conditions can non-surgical eye bag removal treat?

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Book an appointment with us via Whatsapp or email for a consultation. Our experts will provide you with professional advice and make the necessary arrangements for treatment.

Upon booking an appointment, we will revert to you within one working day.

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What results can I expect?

Upon receiving treatment for eye bags, you can expect to see a significant reduction in eye bags and puffiness. The skin around your eyes should feel and look firmer and smoother to the touch, while discolouration and dark circles should also subside. You can expect a fresher and more youthful appearance as eye bags can often make us look tired. 

The exact results depend on the individual and severity of eye bags. It may take a few days to a few weeks to see effective results as ultrasound and laser therapies stimulate natural collagen production, which takes a while to develop. 

How many treatment sessions are needed?

It usually takes 1-2 treatment sessions to treat eye bags, depending on the individual. Follow-up sessions after six months to a year may be required if eye bags return, as non-surgical methods are not permanent solutions. 

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FAQS ABOUT Non-Surgical Eye Bag Removal

Frequently Asked Questions
01. Why are my eye bags getting worse?
Lack of sleep, allergic reactions, or underlying medical conditions can all worsen the appearance of eye bags. Consult a doctor or aesthetic physician if you are concerned about worsening eye bags.
02. Do eye bags get worse with age?
Yes, as we age, skin laxity reduces and the muscles around our eyes weaken. This causes eye bags to develop or become worse.
03. Are eye bags and dark circles the same thing?
They are different but often appear together. Dark circles are skin discoloration or dark patches that form under the eyes while eye bags are puffiness caused by excess fat or loose skin in the area.
04. Are eye bags serious?
Generally, having eye bags is due to ageing or lifestyle factors, and not an indicator of a serious medical condition. However, it is important to seek medical advice if you are worried that your eye bags are a sign of something serious.


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