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Plexr treatment

(12 Posts)
undertheweatherr Sun 13-Aug-17 20:24:25

Has anyone had this done? I've been reading up on it but can't find many reviews from people who have actually had it done. My reason for looking is one of my eyelids sags and makes my eyes look uneven and it's really starting to make me self conscious over the last year or so. I've tried numerous creams etc with no improvement. Any advice please?

whenyouwish Sun 13-Aug-17 20:25:48

I don't know what this is, but I'm intrigued. I've got a lazy/sagging eye lid one side. It's most noticeable in photos with a flash and when I've had a few drinks. Gonna look this up.

Mumsnutishere Sun 13-Aug-17 21:08:15

I saw a thread here last week where lots of people had it, it has mixed reviews.

muggymum Sun 13-Aug-17 21:17:10

I've had it done, just the once. My nurse told me I need a course of 3 to see a decent difference so I e bought the course, 2nd treatment in September x

undertheweatherr Sun 13-Aug-17 21:22:20

Ah I will have a hunt for the thread then.

How have you found it so far? Any noticeable improvement?

muggymum Sun 13-Aug-17 21:45:22

No but they warned of this. I was told I need 3 so I'm happy with that. My friend has just recuvwr s from her second and there's a good 3mm lift on her kids 👌🏼

muggymum Sun 13-Aug-17 21:45:37

Lids not kids!!!

Mumsnutishere Sun 13-Aug-17 22:16:17

Where did you go to have it done muggymum?

muggymum Fri 18-Aug-17 18:21:27

I had it done in Bolton at a clinic called DermaBella.

L0laa Thu 12-Oct-17 09:02:08

I've just had it done for the second time.
It was £450 for two treatments,that was for upper eyes.
I feel it's made a good improvement just with one session,but the price includes two.
Quite a bit of swelling afterwards but worth it as my baggy old eyes really bothered me and feel they so much better now

pargaluvva04 Sun 12-Nov-17 20:15:08

I had mine done for the second time yesterday x first time had to stop cos burst a blood vessel x I look like I've done 10 rounds with Mike Tyson x hope it's worth it xx

AngieBei Fri 29-Dec-17 13:57:42

I know this post was a while ago but I am 4 weeks into this treatment and my upper and lower eyelids have turned brown where treated. The clinic say this discolouration is from UV exposure and because I’m dark skinned (I didn’t think so!) and is normal and will fade but even heavy makeup struggles to camaflage it so I’m a bit low to say the least! I saw a skin specialist separately who said it’s post inflammatory hyperpigmentation and needs topical treatment to help it fade. Any advice re healing it fast or your outcome appreciated.

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