Has a friend ever exclaimed “Wow, you look tired!” when you’ve actually had plenty of sleep?

Looking tired is all about your eyes. Facial ageing can give shadows and hollows under your eyes that make you look tired, even when you’re well rested.

This can affect how you feel, and how people respond to you.

Simple injectable treatments like Botox and dermal fillers can be a quick, easy solution to improve these signs of tiredness, leaving you looking fresher and more alert, as if you’ve just come back from a good holiday.

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Gradual treatment over 5 years gave this wonderful lady a less tired look. I lifted her brows with Botox, then treated temples, brows, lips and around her mouth with Juvederm filler. She looks more alert and her beautiful blue eyes stand out – no surgery required.

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I treated this 47-year-old woman with 12 syringes of Juvederm filler as part of my mentoring with the renown Dr Mauricio de Maio. I placed filler in her temples, cheeks, chin and nasolabial fold to lift her cheeks and jawline and support around her eyes. These photos are taken about four hours apart. She’s had no Botox.

Frequently Asked Questions

How can Botox make me look less tired?

Botox is the best treatment for smoothing the lines around your eyes like crow’s feet and frown lines that can make you look tired.

It can also lift your brows which makes your eyes appear to be more open and refreshed.

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After - individual results may vary

This lovely lady celebrated her recovery from a health challenge by doing something for herself. Botox to her frown and forehead lines, and subtle filler to her temples, cheeks, lips and chin helped reduce signs of fatigue on her face.

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You can see on the side view how contouring with Juvederm has given her a more defined cheekbone. I’ve also enhanced her lips and chin to sharpen her profile.

How can dermal filler make me look less tired?

I can put dermal filler into your cheeks and temples to help your eye bags and the hollowing under your eyes known as your ‘tear trough’.

It might sound strange to use filler distant from where your problem is, but supporting above and beside your eyes tightens the skin underneath and gives your face a better shape.

Filler attracts fluid and even a little too much, close under your eyes, can make them look puffy. Putting filler in your cheeks and temples as the first step improves your eye bags and tear trough without the risk of too much filler under your eyes.

I will only put dermal filler directly into your tear trough to give a final smoothing after treating your cheeks and temples. I use much less filler in your tear trough this way.

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After - individual results may vary

This 45-year-old woman thought fat loss around her eyes made her look exhausted. Restoring her cheeks and temples with Juvederm Ultraplus and Voluma allowed me to place a layer of Juvederm Volbella around her eyes to blend away the shadows.

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After - individual results may vary

Smiling shows the dramatic improvement of wrinkles after treatment with dermal filler.

If you’d like to know more about how a treatment program can make you look less sad, please feel free to book an appointment with me.