Question: Under Eye

Hello Dr. Maureens: My question is regarding to the under eye area. I am 24 years old now, and since 4 years ago I have developed little white dots under my eye area that seems to be under the skin layer. I also have lots of wrinkles under my area (or what they call crow's feet)and I do not know why I am developing them so early in age. How could I prevent this and what treatments I should use? Thank you.


Thanks so much for your question. There are a number of things that you could do and I would suggest a combination of these: 1) Get yourself onto a product that is going to (over the long term), hydrate, protect, nourish and maintain your under eye area. Something like Skin Medica’s TNS Illuminating Eye Cream OR Skin Ceuticals AGE Eye Complex OR Neostrata’s Bionic Eye Cream. For immediate results which are great and long lasting, I’d also highly recommend dermal filler for the under-eye area, and possibly a bit of Botox for the crow’s feet. We can also prescribe some treatments for you if you’d prefer those to Dermal Filler or Botox, however these will take a bit longer for you to see dramatic results and I would have to actually see you to decide on exactly which treatments would best suit your particular condition, but in most cases we would do an eye package that has a combination of carboxy therapy, mesotherapy and laser. Why don’t you consider coming into one of our Skin Renewal Branches so we can give you a proper, detailed consult to give you specific help for your skin?

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