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Dark Circles & Eye Bags

At Sorella Aesthetics, we use Dermal Filler and Skin Boosters to restore your fatigued under eyes.


What Causes Dark Circles & Eye Bags?

Ageing is one of the most significant causes of dark circles and eye bags. When we lose collagen and elastin, the skin under our eyes becomes thinner and is more prone to sagging. As a result, the fat pads beneath the eyes protrude and dark circles form.


Lifestyle factors - such as a lack of sleep, excessive alcohol consumption, smoking and a diet high in sodium - can also lead to the concern. Sun exposure overtime can too accelerate the breakdown of collagen and elastin fibres that would otherwise keep the skin under our eyes supple.

How Can I Treat The Concern?

At at our aesthetic clinic in Ashford, we can reduce the appearance of your dark circles and eye bags with dermal fillers and skin boosters. HydraFacials can also address the concern.

Dermal Fillers 


Dermal fillers are a popular and highly effective option for treating dark circles and eye bags. These injectable gels, often containing hyaluronic acid, are strategically placed beneath the skin’s surface to restore lost volume and reduce discolouration.

Skin Boosters 

Skin boosters are another proven method for treating dark circles and eye bags - in particular, Jalupro. This product contains amino acids, and is specifically designed to address the common skin problems around the eyes, such as fine lines, dark circles and puffiness

Likewise, Polynucleotides can un-regulate fibroblast cells to boost the production of collagen and elastin we lose with age. As a result, they improve tissue regeneration under the eyes and restore skin elasticity. 


HydraFacials reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, improve skin texture by exfoliating dead cells and boost hydration to enhance your natural glow. The treatment can be combined with an 'Eye Perk' which solely focuses on the appearance of the under eye.


How Can I Prevent Dark Circles & Eye Bags?

Preventative measures are key for reducing the appearance of dark circles and eye bags. You should -


Aim to get 7-9 hours sleep per night.


Eat a well-balanced diet rich in fruits, vegetables and wholegrains whilst limiting sodium intake.


Avoid dehydration by drinking at least 2-3 litres of water per day.


Protect your skin from sun damage by wearing SPF.

Use a dermatologically tested eye cream every morning and night.

To address your dark circles and eye bags in an inclusive facial aesthetics clinic focused on safety, care and natural results, schedule a consultation.

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