The most common types of hyaluronic acid fillers, such as Juvederm, Restylane, and Belotero, are especially beneficial for those who are considering putting fillers under their eyes for the first time, as they can be reversed. While Juvederm eye filler is considered an “unauthorized” use, this doesn't mean that under-eye injections aren't safe with an experienced medical professional. The Juvederm family of hyaluronic acid fillers has been approved by the FDA for almost every area of the face, and an expert injector can apply the filler under the eyes just as safely as they would anywhere else on the face. In recent years, using Juvederm to reduce the appearance of bags under the eyes has become increasingly popular due to its non-invasive nature and minimal downtime.
Juvederm is an effective treatment for bags and dark circles that may appear under the eye. It offers more pronounced results than other fillers, making it a good choice for those with deeper hollows under the eyes. Additionally, Juvederm offers a stronger concentration of hyaluronic acid than other fillers. It can fully restore volume deficiency when viewed in the corner of the eye and the rim under the eye.
Juvederm is also a popular hyaluronic injection used to treat a variety of age-related problems on the face. The Juvederm formulation in many of its other products, such as Juvederm Voluma or Juvederm Ultra, has a denser texture that can create a less natural aesthetic in the tear canal area, while the Juvederm Volbella design can help balance the cheek area without adding excessive volume. For this reason, Juvederm under-eye filler has become a popular alternative in dermatology and plastic surgery to safely and effectively reduce the occurrence of volume loss and under-eye bags in the tear canal area. The best time to undergo Juvederm injectable treatment to remove bags under your eyes is when the swelling has just started.
Depending on the patient's needs, 1-2 Juvederm syringes will be needed in the tear canal area to complete the treatment. Juvederm also lasts longer than Restylane, with some patients enjoying their results for up to a year or longer. On average, Juvederm under the eyes usually lasts between nine months and a full year. The amount of Juvederm needed depends on each individual patient's needs and desires.
Restylane injectables tend to have slightly lower durability and a slightly lower price than Juvederm injectables. If your filler goes directly under the eye, your dermatologist will likely use a hyaluronic acid filler such as Restylane, Belotero or Juvederm. Bruises at the injection site, if any, usually last only a few days after eye treatment with Juvederm. Hyaluronic acid fillers like Juvederm can reduce the appearance of bags and dark circles, creating a more youthful look.
Even if swelling under the eyes is already deep, patients can still use Juvederm as an effective solution.