Non-surgical eyebag removal includes methods such as radiofrequency or laser treatments that either help to tighten the lax skin and fascia, or ‘melt’ the underlying fat. While these methods may work for some, especially those with very minor eyebags, consistency and longevity with these procedures is difficult to achieve and may lead to worsened pigmentation or bumpiness in the lower eyelids. Another way of ‘removing’ eyebags is to camouflage the contour irregularities of the lower eyelid through filler and/or fat grafting in and around the lower eyelid. Again, this may be suitable for some, but seldom achieve a lasting or complete result.
Post Massive Weight Loss Body Contouring
A 40-year-old lady consulted with Dr Pek with the desire to correct large amounts of excess skin and soft tissue. She had undergone Bariatric Surgery (Sleeve Gastrectomy) 2 years prior to her presentation and had successfully lost almost 30kg of weight. With ... Read more