Remedy Dark Under-Eye Circles with Belotero for Treatment

You want to look and feel beautiful, and having gorgeous eyes is essential. Dark circles under your eyes only get in the way of the message you want your eyes to send. A number of conditions can cause these dark circles, but don’t make them feel at home; you can get rid of dark under-eye circles safely and easily with Belotero treatments.

At Manhattan Dermatology in New York City, our highly skilled and experienced doctors offer a wide variety of dermatology services in a comfortable medical environment. Our medical professionals are committed to providing the treatments you need to look gorgeous at any age. 

Our doctors have many years of experience in the high-tech Belotero treatment to remove those dark circles under your eyes.

What causes dark under-eye circles?

Dark under-eye circles can have a number of causes:

No matter the cause of your dark under-eye circles, Belotero removes them, letting your eyes look bright and beautiful again.

What is Belotero?

Belotero is an FDA-approved dermal filler that is injected into your skin to plump it up and smooth out lines and wrinkles. It’s made from a base of hyaluronic acid, a chemical that is found in your skin naturally. 

Belotero is injected into the sunken, dark area underneath your eyes to fill it in and remove the dark circles. 

What is the procedure?

Prior to beginning the procedure, your doctor discusses your aesthetic goals and develops a plan to achieve them. You have plenty of time to get answers to any questions you have about Belotero and the process. Once you understand the treatment and are comfortable, the procedure can begin. 

Although Belotero contains an anesthetic, your doctor can apply a numbing cream to ensure that you don’t experience any discomfort. Your doctor cleans the area and then uses a small needle to make several tiny injections of Belotero solution. To spread out the solution evenly, your doctor may gently massage your skin.

What happens next?

You may experience some mild side effects after the procedure, which can include:

Typically these side effects lessen after a few days of rest and healing. You begin to see results after a few weeks, and the Belotero treatment effects last about 6-12 months.

If you’ve started to develop dark circles under your eyes, you don’t have to wonder if there’s a nonsurgical option for removing them. Belotero is a safe, easy way to allow your gorgeous eyes to shine again. 

To set up an appointment, call our office or book on ZOCDOC!

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