Your eyes are always the key to looking great. Dark circles, puffiness and lacklustre skin around the eyes are issues that we all suffer from at one time or another. How are you looking today? As you already know, the length of time you sleep, what you eat and your daily skin care routine are important factors. In any case, don’t worry! There are a lot of things you can do to draw attention away from these concerns.
mesoestetic has products in its antiaging ranges that treat and correct aesthetic concerns affecting the eye contour area. If you tend to suffer from puffiness under the eyes then we recommend you apply energy C eye contour, morning and evening. As well as addressing the signs of stage I aging, this energising cream contains highly concentrated vitamin C, which has a progressive “anti-puffiness” effect that banishes all signs of tiredness. With its plant-based firming agents, it stimulates the production of collagen and rebuilds elastic fibres.
However, if you are more worried about dark circles and don’t know how to hide them, mesoestetic suggests you use radiance DNA eye contour, applying both morning and evening. The active ingredient, eye seryl, has a powerful anti-oedemic effect to reduce puffiness. radiance DNA eye contour also has a long-lasting lifting and firming effect, which is complemented to perfection by the effect of [meso]recovery complex®, that helps to revitalise, drain and activate the microflow.
For a lacklustre eye contour area, apply collagen 360º eye contour morning and evening. It contains firming ingredients to smooth the eye contour area as well as exclusive pigments that disguise dark circles and other signs of fatigue.
The main causes are:
– Post inflammatory: sun, acne.
– Hormonal: pregnancy, contraceptives, hyperthyroidism, Addison’s disease (adrenal insufficiency).
– Photosensitising drugs: contraceptives, sulfonamides, some anti-inflammatories, phenolphthalein (found in some laxatives)
– Photosensitising products: some cosmetic and perfume ingredients.
– Skin aging: (individual sun exposure history).
– Genetic tendency.
– Hepatic disease due to high blood oestrogen levels.
What different types of spots are there?
– Liver or actinic spots.
– Senile liver spots.
– Toxicity related hyperpigmentation.
– Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation.
A few tips for treating spots
– Protect yourself from the sun, in both winter and summer
– Moisturise the skin
– Use products that control melanocyte activity (the cells responsible for skin colour)
– Eat foods that contain a lot of antioxidants
Analysing the causes of your skin spots and their depth (find out whether they are in the dermis or the epidermis) is essential for really effective treatment. Some solutions are 95% efficient on spots in the epidermis, but the key lies in choosing the most suitable depigmenting treatment: chemical peels, fractionated pulsed light; virtual mesotherapy, etc. At mesoestetic we specialise in this field and offer the most effective solutions on the market. But remember, a professional diagnosis is essential to find the perfect treatment for you, so that you can forget about those unattractive skin spots. If you would like to know more, visit the mesoestetic website.