Evaluate the Condition Before Undergoing Undereyes Botox

Botox or Botulinum Toxin type A is now a very popular drug that a doctor can inject directly into your skin and cause muscle weakness to relax the surrounding skin. The popularity of the procedure is owing to the magical anti-aging effect. Earlier, people had the treatment for getting rid of wrinkles and fine lines. But as the doctors are delivering successful cases regularly and the experimental works at various body parts rendered desired results, you can also undergo the treatment for reducing the dark circles or the undereye bags too.

Causes of undereye circles

There can be various reasons for the development of undereye bags, including allergies, genetic problems, skin conditions like dermatitis or eczema, eye irritation by rubbing or scratching, the natural aging process, fatigue, and even sun exposure. But the most common causes for the puffiness of the eyes are natural aging and fatigue. As you start aging, the body starts losing fat and collagen to cause skin thinning. The blood vessels under the eyes thus become more prominent. The development of under-eye hollows and puffy eyelids happens in many as age increases.

Consult the doctor

Consultation with an experienced medical professional is essential before finalizing the decision to undergo the Undereyes Botox [โบ ท็ อก ใต้ ตา, which is the term in Thai]. As these are not medical issues, cosmetic treatments are the only popular way out. The medical expert will inject the Botox in the lower eyelid that will almost immediately decrease the puffiness present in the area below the lower lid eyelashes. The consultation is important as only the doctor can say whether you need then treatment or the problem is temporary, and you can get rid of the issue with a longer sleep or cold compress. The Botox treatment is quite common, and still, now, there are no reports of harmful side effects.

Kenneth Bennett

Atticus Bennett: Atticus, a sports nutritionist, provides dietary advice for athletes, tips for muscle recovery, and nutrition plans to support peak performance.