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fillers for lines that travel down cheek from eye area?

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somebodyelses Wed 04-Feb-15 17:17:17

I have fine lines under my eyes (not crows feet). They start at the inner corner of my eye, go across to the outer corner and then travel down my cheek a bit (sorry if that isn't the best description!)

They bother me and I am considering fillers for it. Has anyone had this done for lines that travel down there cheek? If so, did it work? Did it look natural? How long did it last?

Thank you :-)

MsBojangles Wed 04-Feb-15 19:09:17

Tear troughs?

SnakePlisskensMum Wed 04-Feb-15 19:14:49

Yes, tear troughs and they are brilliant! I've had mine done twice and its the best treatment I've had. Be very careful who you go to though,it's a specialised treatment, the lady I go to is a laser eye surgeon and has hers of experience. It can bruise so best to go when you can afford downtime. You won't regret it...

somebodyelses Wed 04-Feb-15 19:48:05

Aah, I thought tear troughs was referring to the eye bag area being hollow. That's handy to have a name to put to it! What filler have you had there and how long does it generally last? Thanks for the replies

Hillingdon Wed 04-Feb-15 19:51:26

Had mine done recently. Couldn't recommend Dr Mountford highly enough at the Cosmetic Skin Clinc. She is mentioned lots of times on MN.

Very gentle touch and will not over correct. Has places in Stoke
Loges, near Slough or Harley Street.

Hillingdon Wed 04-Feb-15 19:53:10

I am early 50's, have dark circles and lost volume, I look constantly tired. Made a big difference.

silverbough Wed 04-Feb-15 20:17:36

I have an issue with dark circles and tear troughs which I feel is a bit over looked because most people seem to have puffiness. I am in my 30's and I've always had them, they are hereditary but I have found something that really helps its Eucerin Volume filler eye cream (£22 from boots) and its great and made just for women with this issue. I use it daily and I really feel that after a month it has filled out my eye area nicely. I do recommend it.

vinegarandbrownpaper Wed 04-Feb-15 20:29:02

And..its...'LOSING' FFS...

vinegarandbrownpaper Wed 04-Feb-15 20:29:25


somebodyelses Wed 04-Feb-15 20:40:07

Don't understand you post vinegar??

somebodyelses Wed 04-Feb-15 20:41:12

Thanks silver, might look into that :-)

silverbough Wed 04-Feb-15 20:42:57

Its worth a shot before you shell out for fillers!

vinegarandbrownpaper Wed 04-Feb-15 20:47:27

Er yes wrong thread blush some odd weirdness managed to open a different thread to that intended. . Oops!

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