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Tear Troughs

Tear trough treatment explained

The tear troughs are the areas under the eyes, specifically between the lower lid and the upper cheek. With age, genetics, and other factors, the skin can appear to sag. Dark circles or hyperpigmentation can also occur. Our Central London clinic can treat tear troughs, leaving skin firmer and more radiant.


Signs of photoageing may be more noticeable, especially on delicate areas of the face, such as those around the eyes. You may be dealing with puffy-looking skin below your eyelids, or even thin skin that looks as if it’s sagging. Furthermore, rubbing the eyes can actually damage the fine skin around the area. We work hard to understand the reasons for your dark circles, addressing concerns such as loss of volume, hyperpigmentation, redness and thin skin.


Our medical-grade skin treatments can help restore the under-eye area and combat sagging, hyperpigmented and dull skin under the eyes. Our experts can use dermal fillers, such as teoxane and juvederm, for an immediate plumping and rejuvenating effect, which helps the face appear more balanced. This can also help to eliminate dark circles and any indentations under the eyes.

Treatments such as PRP and AquaGold can boost collagen production and rejuvenate the area, while our chemical peels resurface the skin. Medical grade skincare using our unique approach can be used to address redness and hyperpigmentation also leaving the area looking radiant.


Dermal fillers

Shape, sculpt, volumise and balance your features

Chemical peels

Exfoliate skin, unblock the pores and boost skin healing


Boost skin healing and repair while reducing signs of ageing

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When it comes to your appearance, our skin experts at our Central London clinic can help target a range of concerns. We’re experts at treating Black, Asian, Caucasian and mixed heritage skin with our scientificaly-led treatments, creating results that enhance and empower. Contact us today to find out how we can help.

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