The area around the eyes is frequently one of the first areas of the face to show the signs of ageing. Issues like crow’s feet, droopy eyelids, dark circles, under eye bags, and lines and wrinkles can give the appearance of being tired or agitated. Individual differences exist in the way our faces age, since lifestyle choices and genetics play a role in how ageing develops. The way the skin and its underlying structure change with age is largely responsible for conditions that appear on the face and are associated with ageing. Facial muscles start to ache, natural fat pads shrink, and collagen and elastin production starts to decrease. This process results in the skin becoming more sensitive and drier, as well as noticeable changes to the features. In particular, pushing and pulling on the eyelids can cause the skin and surrounding muscles to stretch, which can lead to the formation of wrinkles (such as crow’s feet) in the vicinity of the eyes. The pigmentation problems that result in dark circles can be caused by sun exposure, thinner skin, or increased melanin in the skin, which makes blood vessels more visible. Volume loss can result in hollows appearing in the tear trough region (between the cheek and lower lid), giving the appearance of eyebags and casting shadows underneath the eyes. Puffiness is the result of a confluence of sagging skin and fluid retention. Improving the appearance of the eye region can frequently have a significant impact on the entire upper face. A selection of treatments are available at East Park Healthcare to smooth and tighten the skin, reducing various issues for eyes that look younger, these include Anti-Wrinkle treatment, Dermal and Tear Trough Fillers and our especially formulated skin rejuvenating Glutathione Skin Regeneration IV Drip.