Injectable fillers that are introduced to smooth wrinkles, correct shapes, or add volume are fillers. They are used under the eyes, lips, and oval face. A separate type is hair fillers, which consist of completely different ingredients, but are similar to skin-synthetic substances.
Under-eye fillers (ฟิลเลอร์ใต้ตา which is the term in Thai) are made based on hyaluronic acid, silicone, biopolymers, polyacrylamide or paraffin gels, biosyntheses (based on sugar and collagen), and biodegradable preparations (they are of animal and human origin). The latter is the safest. In addition, biopolymer gels are well suited to smooth deep wrinkles and relieve hematomas. You can tell the beautician what type of filler you choose under the eyes.
Eye syringes are recommended for those looking for simple and affordable methods of rejuvenation. Fillers are cheaper than botox, and the result is longer. Indications for the procedure are as follows:
- Dark circles, pockets under the eyes, bruises;
- Derma thinning;
- Deep nasolacrimal dent;
- Dry skin;
- Spider vein
Advantages And Disadvantages
The effect of using fillers lasts one and a half to two years, and towards the end of this period, the severity of the result decreases significantly. The advantages and disadvantages of the process are shown in the table:
Fillers around the eyes can fix defects that botox, mesotherapy, or other procedures cannot remove.
- Quick recovery after the session – the patient can go home immediately;
- The flexibility of facial expressions and facial muscles after the introduction of fillers (unlike botox, which turns a face into a “mask”);
- Short rehabilitation period (maximum 10 days);
- Get an impact in one session.
- The risk of infection and the appearance of inflammation (however, this does not happen with qualified beauticians);
- Possible swelling and tenderness in the puncture zone;
- Complications are not excluded;
- Negative effect if the wrong choice of the drug