Eye Bags Removal

Under Eye Bags Removal is a surgical procedure that reduces the amount of excess fat and skin tissue from the lower eye area.

Cost £1550.

Lots of clients ask how to get rid of bags under eye or how to remove them permanently?

At The Look Younger Clinic, our Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons are highly experienced in blepharoplasty procedures with countless experience so you can ensure that you are in the best of hands to get rid of puffy eyes.

They are also able to combine the procedure with an upper blepharoplasty or a facelift at the same time.

When addressing excess skin or fatty tissue during a Lower Blepharoplasty, an incision is made below the lower eyelash line or inside the lower lid, making any scarring barely visible following surgery. That will also remove dark circles under eyes.

Blepharoplasty has one of the fastest recovery times of any plastic surgery procedure. After two weeks any swelling should be very subtle, and results can be quite dramatic giving a refreshed and younger appearance.

The Reasons for Choosing Blepharoplasty

Eyes are usually the initial focal point for any person’s face. Puffed eye bags can be the result of ageing or genetics. They are caused by fatty deposits that accumulate under your eyes.

Eyebags can become more pronounced as your skin ages and your collagen levels deplete. Many patients feel that they give the impression of being constantly tired, or ageing a bit more rapidly than they’d like.

Lower Blepharoplasty with a small fat transfer to the cheeks can take years off your age and leave you looking refreshed.

Blepharoplasty Techniques

There are many techniques available such as the pinch blepharoplasty, augmentation blepharoplasty (fat transfer) and orbiculares hitch. To find out which technique is best for you, book a consultation with our expert facial surgeons.

Also you may consider non surgical options which we also offer: 

Nonsurgical options
These noninvasive treatments smooth the under-eye area:

  • Filler: This treatment places a filler material (usually hyaluronic acid, which is a jelly-like substance) where the under-eye area and cheek meet to create a smooth transition. The injection is performed in a doctor’s office under local anesthetic. Results last six to 12 months. 
  • Laser resurfacing: This treatment uses a laser to remove surface layers of wrinkly skin in the under-eye area and stimulate new collagen growth, resulting in firmer skin. Results can last years, depending on your skin type and sun exposure. 
  • Chemical peel: A chemical peel also treats wrinkly under-eye skin by removing superficial top layers. An in-office application of a chemical solution dissolves old skin cells to reveal tighter, brighter skin. Depending on your skin type and sun exposure, results can last a few years.