Dr. Ankuja Mhaske

Under-eye treatments focus on addressing concerns such as dark circles, puffiness, fine lines, and wrinkles in the delicate skin around the eyes. The under-eye area is prone to various issues due to factors such as genetics, aging, sun exposure, dehydration, allergies, and lack of sleep.

Common under-eye treatments may include:

  1. Topical Eye Creams: Over-the-counter or prescription eye creams containing ingredients such as retinoids, peptides, hyaluronic acid, vitamin C, caffeine, or antioxidants may be used to hydrate the skin, boost collagen production, reduce inflammation, and improve the appearance of dark circles and wrinkles.

  2. Eye Serums: Lightweight serums formulated with concentrated active ingredients may be applied to the under-eye area to target specific concerns such as puffiness, discoloration, or loss of elasticity.

  3. Eye Masks: Cooling gel eye masks, hydrogel patches, or sheet masks infused with hydrating and soothing ingredients such as aloe vera, cucumber extract, or hyaluronic acid may be used to reduce puffiness, refresh tired eyes, and improve skin texture and tone.

  4. Professional Treatments: Dermatological procedures such as chemical peels, microdermabrasion, microneedling, laser therapy, or injectable fillers may be recommended to address more stubborn or advanced under-eye concerns such as deep wrinkles, hollowing, or volume loss.

  5. Home Remedies: Natural remedies such as cold compresses, cucumber slices, tea bags, or potato slices may be used to temporarily reduce puffiness, soothe irritation, and improve circulation around the eyes.

By incorporating targeted under-eye treatments into their skincare routine and adopting healthy lifestyle habits, individuals can improve the appearance of the under-eye area and achieve a more refreshed, youthful look.

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About Dr. Ankuja Mhaske

Dr. Ankuja Mhaske is graduated from D.Y Patil College, Pimpri and completed her post-graduation (MS) from Sangli. She started programming FUE and Direct FUE (DIRECT HAIR TRANSPLANTATION) after completing her post-graduation diploma in Medical Cosmetology and post-graduation diploma in Clinical Dermatology in 2016.