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Baggy Under Eyes
29 and always had bad skin clogged pores spots dark circles under eyes baggy eyes. I've tried every facial product with different ingredients help?
Skin help: Salicylic acid preparations are the best otc for clogged pores, use daily if possible. A prescription of tretinoin may be your best bet though. Baggy eyes may be from venous congestion, often worsened by lack of sleep and allergies. Get plenty of sleep, non-sedating daily antihistamine if necessary and retinol containing intensive night serum for under your eyes; hopefully this helps. ...Read more
Lost a lot of weight and my under eyes appear puffy/baggy and maybe even discolored? What can I do about it? I think i'm eating enough
Hydrate, protein: If you lose a great deal of weight, one of the first places you'll notice it will be in your face. The eyes may appear baggy or discolored due to loss of the fat in the padding around the eye and/or dehydration. Your protein, iron, and vitamin levels may be a little low so get them checked out. Also drink plenty of fluids. ...Read more
not likely: You don't say what kind of thyroid med you are taking. Thyroid hormone taken for underactive thyroid will not cause swelling around the eyes, but hypothyroidism can. Medications to lower overactive thyroids (methimazole, ptu) also are unlikely to cause eye swelling, but graves disease (the most common cause for hyperthyroidism) can affect the eyes. ...Read more
Restalyne put under eyes. 1 eye looks like I have bag. there's a bulge. doctor tried 4 times injecting 2 get it out. Feel this is permanent. Help!!
I had restalyne under eyes. they were hollow. Now under 1 eye hv lump(looks like a bag) doc injected 2x remove it. Still there .bag worse thn hollow?
Restylane (dermal fillers): dna renSounds like the restylane (dermal fillers) is visible through the skin. Sometimes injection of hyaluronidase (which is an enzyme that removes hyaluronidate) can help. Even though you may have had an undesired effect, the product is temporary and will eventually go away. Massaging can help, but please do it under the direction of a board certified plastic surgeon. In the future, ask for Restylane (dermal fillers) Silk. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had Restalyne under eyes. 1 has lump/or bag looks like. other eye good. Is this result of a botched up injection? He is an eye plastic surgeon. thanks
Quite common: I assume at 76 years of age, you have excess skin under your eyelids. Restylane, (dermal fillers) or other fillers injected under the eyes cannot improve redundant skin, the only thing that can is surgery. The eyelid skin is not very forgiving and as such, everything shows. Fortunately, with restylane (dermal fillers), (dermal fillers) your doctor can inject a medication that will dissolve the restylane (dermal fillers). Good luck ...Read more
Nasal congestion?: Dark circles under the eyes are often found in people with chronic nasal congestion. Ask your doctor to check your nose even though you may not feel that it is congested (since you may have known nothing better). Relieving the nasal congestion often helps. Some dark circles may be familial and may need cosmetic surgery. ...Read more
Surgery: The most effective treatment for bags under the eyes is surgery to remove excess skin. In some instances, fillers can be injected below the bags to "lift" the upper cheeks in order to lessen the appearance of bags. Other non-surgical treatments have varying success and are not permanent. ...Read moreSee 8 more doctor answers
Not clear!: What kind of problem are you having under your eyes? And how long have you had it? Please ask again and clarify. Remember, you have a 150 character limit, including punctuation and spaces, so make your question brief but complete. ...Read more
See a physician: If there was a recent injury, please see an ER for x-rays. If this is something she has had for a long time, and it is purely cosmetic, and she (and you) could just accept it or see a dermatologist or cosmetic/aesthetic medicine specialist to see if anything could help. Good luck. ...Read more
Genetic?: I imagine this is a cosmetic problem, though i could be wrong. I many darker pigmented ethnic groups this is normal. If you are intent on removing them, i suggest you see a dermatologist first and then a plastic surgeon. ...Read more
Dark undereye circle: This is usually do to inherited prominence of the circulation underneath the eyes. It is exaggerated in appearance by fatigue and age. If a woman you can use cosmetics to help improve the appearance. Get plenty of rest and use bland skin cream to smooth out the skin. In extreme cases, plastic surgery can help with the appearance. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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