UNDER EYE CIRCLES

KEY MANAGEMENT AREAS

  • CIRCULATION
  • BARRIER REPAIR
  • DERMAL THICKENING
  • LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE
  • PIGMENTATION IN TROUGH
  • COLLAGEN AND ELASTIN PROTECTION
  • DIET
  • LIVER / KIDNEY FUNCTION

IN CLINIC PROTOCOLS
Brightening mini peels, light micro needling with corrective ampoules, and laser resurfacing are some of the preferred aesthetic methods used to deal with dark circles.

THE PROBLEM:
Dark circles under the eyes are common in men and women. Often accompanied by bags, dark circles can make you appear tired and older than you are. Though they can affect anyone, dark circles are most common in people who are elderly, have a genetic predisposition to this condition; or are from non-white ethnic groups (darker skin tones are more prone to hyperpigmentation around the eye area)

THE SOLUTION:
Dark circles are difficult to get rid of and treatment for dark eye circles depends on the underlying cause. General health and dietary intake must be taken into consideration to assist in improving the problem. There are topical eye gels, and serums designed to treat dark circles, while they won’t cure dark circles they do decongestant and hydrate the area which helps improve the overall texture and appearance.

THE CAUSE:
Dry skin is often a result of genetics, poor diet, the environment including overexposure to elements, lack of good skin care and supplementation. Dehydration is also caused by external factors the most common are weather, environment, diet, and caffeine consumption – all of which can result in diminished water content in the skin, lots of airline travel, air conditioning, smoking, saunas, and steam baths all contribute to dehydrated skin.

THE SOLUTION:
There are a number of contributing factors for dark circles including family genetics, exhaustion, lack of sleep, dehydration, allergies, medical conditions, eye strain, poor health and rubbing, aging, or excessive sun exposure. Also, note that the skin around the eye area is extremely thin and transparent showing underlying blood vessels.

LIFESTYLE TIPS:
Day-to-day home remedies can also help manage this condition: use a cold compress to reduce swelling and shrink dilated blood vessels and reduce the appearance of puffiness. Get extra sleep, aim for seven to eight hours of rest to prevent dark circles from appearing. Elevate your head with a few pillows to prevent fluid from pooling under your eyes which can make them look puffy and swollen. Conceal with makeup, while not a cure, concealers can cover dark marks so they blend in with your normal skin color.

POFESSIONAL SOLUTIONS

  • HEALING MILK CLEASER
  • i4 MEDICAL MIST
  • LACTIC ACID 10% EXFOLIATOR
  • POWER FILL AND QUENCH
  • ULTRA REPAIR CREAM
  • FUSION AMPOULES: RADIANCE / XFC +
  • RETINOID 6%, ARBUTIN 14% MASK
  • ARBUTASE (PIGMENTED TROUGH)

MORNING:
HEALING MILK CLEANSER
14 MEDICAL MIST
ANTI-OXIDANT POWER SERUM
ULTRA-INTENSE EYE CREAM
(OTHER FACE PRODUCTS)
MMS BIO-SPECIFIC AMINO BLEND

NIGHT:
HEALING MILK CLEANSER
14 MEDICAL MIST
ULTRA-INTENSE EYE CREAM
ULTRA LYMPH / ULTRA LIVER

WEEKLY ROUTINE:
LACTIC ACID 10% EXFOLIA TOR
POWER FILL AND QUENCH

HOME CARE: DERMASYSTEM

  • ANTI-OXIDANT POWER SERUM +
  • SUN CARE SPF 50
  • RETINOL 100 / 500, TRI-RETINOID R3 CREAM
  • GLOSS PEELING PADS
  • MSS BIO-SPECIFIC AMINO BLEND

THE RECOMMENDED SUB
PRODUCTS

  • HEALING MILK CLEANSER
  • i4 MEDICAL MIST
  • R&R ADVANCED EYE BAUME
  • POWER FILL AND QUENCH
  • INFLAMMATION POWDER
  • GUT FLUSH MONTH
  • ULTRA LIVER
  • ULTRA LYMPH
  • ARBUTASE

Get In Touch

Call

083 447 7064

Email

info@dermaclinical.net

Address

66 Rivonia Road Chislehurston Sandton

Hours

Mon – Fri: 10am – 9pm
Weekends: 10am – 3m