The Rise of the Non-Surgical Blepharoplasty

The Rise of the Non-Surgical Blepharoplasty

In a survey conducted by the American Academy of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery it was found that 31% of respondents reported being “extremely likely to consider a cosmetic procedure. Among the participants, 44% reported skin and eyes being the main concern.

Cosmetic eye surgery, also known as blepharoplasty, ranks second place in the top 5 surgeries carried out in the UK. In recent years, the demand for non-surgical aesthetic treatments has risen with people seeking immediate results without the lengthy downtime and complications that can occur within surgery. This demand has been met with vast advances in the aesthetic industry. It comes as no surprise that non-surgical blepharoplasty has taken the UK by storm and is growing to be one of the most popular and successful aesthetic treatments to date.

Our unique non-surgical eye procedure uses Endy Med FSR skin resurfacing and tightening in a unique dual action treatment to target fine lines, wrinkles, skin texture and skin tone. Radio frequency heats the top layers of the skin to stimulate the cells in creating new collagen (the structural proteins of the skin). This method improves the underlying structure of the skin, leaving it tight and smooth.

At the same time, the rapid heat spots penetrate the skin to stimulate the natural wound healing response. In turn, fresh new skin is formed.Results can be seen within weeks, with the maximum results achieved 3 months from the end of the course period. We normally recommend a course of 4 treatments at 4-6 week intervals.

This procedure had excellent clinical data to support its impressive results. Due to the wound healing response and natural healing effect, the procedure is very safe with little-to-no risk of complications. There is a small amount of downtime involved with 3-4 days of redness and small micro crusts on the treated area.

For more information please call 0113 282 3300 or visit our website.

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