The eyebrows, glabella, pericentral region and upper and lower lips together constitute the periorbital region. This region is highly prone to premature signs of ageing. Ageing is influenced both by environmental and genetic factors. The eye region is of great importance to the external appearance of a person. It is because most of the interactions and communication become more intense whenever you have eye to eye contact. The periorbital area also gives us a piece of quick information about general human health, interest, fatigue, and emotion. All of us want to look young and fresh, and that is why, in recent times, Periorbital rejuvenation has become an area of research.
A lot of research work is carried out on both invasive and non-invasive techniques of periorbital rejuvenation. Several nonsurgical treatments of periorbital rejuvenation are available in the market and are capable of being used unaccompanied or together with other surgical and non-surgical options. Laser resurfacing, chemical peels, dermabrasion therapy, topical, fillers, and neuromodulators can be applied to improve the outlook of the periorbital region.
For a lot of individuals who have restricted budgets or some degree of concern regarding facial rejuvenation, the area surrounding the eye is of primary focus.
Although the non-invasive techniques have become somewhat popular in the present-day market, the success rate of invasive treatments is found to be still higher than their non-invasive counterparts. The most popular invasive treatments include the injection of the botulinum toxin and dermal filler treatments using hyaluronic acid.
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