Is it safe to have anti wrinkle injections under the eye?

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Is it safe to have anti wrinkle injections under the eye?

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Home > Questions > Is it safe to have anti wrinkle injections under the eye?

Sometimes, depending on the quality of the skin (laxity and support underneath it), a small drop (0.5U) can ‘sometimes’ be placed under the eye, into the obicularis oculi muscle, to stop it from bunching up. This is not a permanent solution, and is not a great treatment for everyone. Sometimes, dermal filler may be needed, or other treatment modalities, such as lasers like clear and Brillant may help with the under eye as well.

 

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