Intensive Dark Eye Circle Treatment


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The Non-Surgical Solution For Brighter, Beautiful Eyes Without Pain Or Downtime.

Finding It Hard To Get Rid Of Dark Eye Circles? Stubborn dark eye circles that do not improve despite adequate sleep?

Aging, genetics, fatigue and more can all cause dark circles under your eyes. But they usually aren’t a sign of a medical problem. While they aren’t typically a cause for concern, you may want to lighten their appearance for cosmetic reasons. 

Utilizing 3DEEP ENDYMED, a non-surgical dark eye circle treatment provide the safest, most effective option for treating this delicate area. Thus, making it the complete non-invasive eye solution!

  • No pain
  • No downtime
  • Just beautiful results

Say BUH BYE To Panda Eyes Today with Chrysalis FDA Approved 3DEEP Intensive Dark Eye Circle Treatment!

Understanding Dark Eye Circles

Several factors can make the area under the eyes look darker, cuasing hyperpigmentation or thin skin. Additionally, dark eye circles might look bluish, dark brown or black depending on the type and your skin color.

What Causes Dark Circles?

Dark circles under your eyes can happen for many reasons. Where one of the most common causes of dark circles is aging.

While Dark Eye Circles can appear for various reasons including:

  • Genetics
  • Allergies
  • Dehydration
  • Lack of sleep
  • Aging
  • Sun exposure
  • Fatigue

How Our Dark Eye Circle Treatment Works?

Chrysalis Medi Aesthetic offers a radiofrequency (RF) solution for aesthetic needs: the FDA-approved ENDYMED 3DEEP. This is a multi-source, phase-controlled RF skin rejuvenation treatment.

ENDYMED's innovative non-surgical technology blends three advanced technologies for top results. Firstly , it delivers 3DEEP RF energy into the skin, tightening it instantly. Then, a Micro-ablative resurfacing then promotes natural healing and skin modeling.

Our ENDYEye platform delivers focused energy deep into the skin, while stimulating collagen production without discomfort. It also effectively reduces under-eye bags, lighens dark circles and tightens skin, providing a fresh and youth appearance.

The FDA-approved 3DEEP eye treatment uses controlled and focused 3DEEP technology. While this innovative RF method sends energy deep into the dermis, reaching 52 - 55C. It also remodels collagen optimally with minimal heat to the epidermis and no pain.

Cost Of Dark Eye Circle Treament

Try our Intensive Dark Eye Circle Treatment at a trial price of $95.04 (Usual Price: $311.04 for 60 mins). This treatment utilizes non-invasive FDA-approved 3DEEP ENDYMED ENDYEye therapy to regulate blood flow in the eye area.

Note: A consultaion is required for all new clients to determine the best treatment approach.

Dark Eye Circles Treatment Cost

Type of Therapy Trial Price Usual Price Duration of Treatment
Dark Eye Circle Treatment $95.04 $311.04 60 minutes

FAQs About Dark Eye Circle Treatment

How does FDA Endymed Pro work?

FDA Approved Endymed Pro is a Controlled and Focused 3DEEP Technology. Innovative 3DEEP RF technology delivers energy deep into the dermis, reaching 52 - 55C with minimal epidermal heat, for optimal and painless collagen remodeling.

Superior Results:

3DEEP's unparalleled volumetric heating provides maximum treatment efficacy, resulting in superior immediate and long term improvements and collagen remodeling that continues for months after the last treatment.

The Non-Surgical Solution For Brighter, Beautiful Eyes Without Pain Or Downtime.

The area around the eyes is one of the first areas to show the signs of ageing, making this area a particularly popular for treatment.

3DEEP ENDYMED non-surgical eye lifts provide the safest, most effective option for treating this delicate area.

How many sessions will I need to see results?

The number of treatments needed varies person to person and what your personal beauty goals are. Typically, we recommend 6 sessions per course of treatment. For more severe cases we may recommend 12 sessions as one course for treatment.

What do dark circles under eyes indicate?

Dark circles under your eyes may appear due to genetics, allergies, or other reasons, such as age, fatigue, or eye strain. Home remedies and eye treatments can help reduce their appearance.

Are dark under-eye circles permanent?

Dark circles may come and go. How long they last could depend on many factors, such as:

  • lifestyle factors
  • genetics
  • nutritional deficiencies
How can dark circles under my eyes be prevented?

Dark circles under your eyes can’t always be prevented. But there are some changes you can make that may help. These changes include:

  • Use sun protection: 
    Don’t forget to put sunscreen on your face, especially around your eyes. And wear sunglasses.
  • Adjust your sleep schedule: 
    Get to bed on time, and make sure to get at least seven hours of sleep each night.
  • Reduce your stress: 
    Find healthy ways to manage your stress, such as scheduling time for self-care.
  • Cut down on drinking: 
    Drinking too much alcohol can cause reduced circulation.
  • Quit smoking and using tobacco.
    Smoking speeds up the aging process your skin goes through.
What causes dark circles around the eyes in adults?

Dark circles under the eyes describe a common appearance of the lower eyelids that has various causes. The dark appearance can be due to:

  • Increased pigmentation (melanin)
  • Loss of fatty tissue in the eyelid or around the eye
  • Bulging fat and muscle loss
  • Puffy eyelids
  • Thin, translucent skin
  • Shadowing due to anatomic shape of the orbit
How to remove dark circles under eyes permanently?

To remove dark circles under eyes permanently by:

  • Get enough sleep:
    Fatigue and a lack of sleep can cause dark circles under your eyes. It can also make you look paler, which might make your dark circles appear darker. Make sure you’re getting 7 to 8 hours of sleep each night and practicing good sleep hygiene.
  • Apply tea bags:
    Natural healers suggest soaking two teabags — use caffeinated tea — in warm water and then chilling the bags in the refrigerator for a few minutes. Place a bag on each eye. After five minutes, remove the teabags and rinse the area with cold water.
  • Cold compress:
    Sometimes dilated blood vessels can darken the area under your eyes. A cold compress can cause the blood vessels to constrict, which may result in a lessening of the dark circles.
  • Elevation:
    When you sleep, try extra pillows under your head to lessen the puffiness of fluid pooling in your lower eyelids.
  • Vitamin K:
    Placing a pad (which contained a mixture that included caffeine and vitamin K) under the eye resulted in a reduction in wrinkle depth and dark circles.
  • 3Deep Endymed RF therapy
  • Injectable filler
  • Laser therapy
What is the difference between dark eye circles vs eye bags vs puffy eyes?

Dark eye circles are caused by pigmentation of the skin on the lower eye area. It may also be caused by dilated capillaries that discolor the skin to make it more prominent. 

Eye bags are caused by sagging skin that create spaces for fat to accumulate, forming a “bag” underneath it. It can be made worse by the accumulation of interstitial fluid that makes the eye bag even more obvious. 

Puffy eyes are when the eyes become swollen and red, usually because of allergies. The body releases histamines in response to the allergens that create a puffy appearance and reddening of the eyes. 

Dark eye circles types

The 3 different dark eye circles types:

  • Bluish dark circles are caused by poor blood circulation.
  • Brownish dark circles are caused by hyperpigmentation.
  • Darkish brown/black eye circles are caused by shadows cast due to saggy skin.

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