Under- Eye Light Filling

hyaluranik asit Redensity 2

The specially developed detachment Light Refill -Redensity II- detachment is the only filler developed for the solution of swelling and bruising problems.

The hallow under eye bags is one of the most important problems for men and women. The specially developed Redensity II Retention Light Filler is an improved filler for these problems. Although problems such as detention bags, depression, and bruises, both of which contained in one person, are genetically derived, factors such as allergic reactions, alcoholic beverages, malnutrition, smoking and insufficient sleep are factors that increase the problem.

The eye area is surrounded by a special fat tissue called septum. This natural barrier preserves the position of the eye, causing changes that undermine the youthful appearance of the eye environment due to genetic or age-related reasons. One of the reasons for the under eye bags detention is the fact that the skin is pushed out with the thinning of the fat tissue. In some people, even at a young age, structural strain can be seen.

Many people, on the contrary, complain on the hallow under eye bags. This problem with the genetic tendency begins to become more pronounced with aging. One of the factors behind this is the loss of bone tissue due to years. The bones in the face also get their share from this change and they pull back and a gap under the eyes, so that is how the hallow occur. Even if this sedimentation is millimetric, the shadows occur under eye due to the light which is not reflected. This causes bruises to look much deeper and darker.

Everything you wonder about Light Filling, designed to lighten these problems and give a younger expression the around the eyes area.

What is the active ingredient of Light Filler? What is the difference between face filler and Light Filler?
The active ingredient of the Redensity 2 Detention Light Filler is hyaluronic acid, as is the filler injected into the face. However, unlike other fillers, the hyaluronic acid in the light filler was replaced by cross-links. Fort his reason, it shows its effect by spreading homogeneously where it is injected.

Can face fillers be injected into under eye?
Because the skin under eye is extremely thin and sensitive, the face fillers can cause serious complications in this area. The most common of these are the lumps seen on the skin surface. As there was no other alternatives in the past, the fillers on the face were used under eye and side effects were accured. The Light Filler was developed as a safe solutin without side-effects to solve problems frequently seen under eye.

Does the procedure have anti-aging effect?
Yes, Light Filling has anti-aging effect. The proteins, vitamins, amino acids and antioxidants contained in the formula enhance the sensitive skin in this area and makes it more resistant to the effects of aging.

Can people who complain about the bruises in their 20s can benefit from the Light Fill?
Because of the under eye circles, even a young woman without much fracture can look much older and tired. Patients of any age who complain of bruises under eye can benefit from this treatment.

What kind of treatment it is and are there any side effects?
The Under Eye Light Filler is injected into the under eye area with fine needles. During application the light filler should be given very slowly. Although it is a relatively comfortable treatment due to the local anesthetic content of the filling, applying an anesthetic cream to the area prior to the procedure makes the process more comfortable. A slight edema may be seen after the procedure, but this will be complete gone within a few days.

Is this a permanent treatment? What are the side effects of the application?
Under eye Light Filler is not a permanent treatment, its effect continues between 8 and 12 months. At the end of this period, the process must be repeated.

Who are the suitable candidates for the Under eye Light Filler.
Anyone who suffers from pores, hallows or bruises under the eye can benefit from this treatment.

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