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Under-eye Camouflage

What is Under-eye Camouflage?

Undereye Inkless Camouflage, also known as microneedling for the under-eye area, is a cosmetic procedure that involves using a specialized device with tiny needles to create controlled micro-injuries in the skin around the eyes. This process stimulates the body's natural healing response, which can lead to increased collagen and elastin production in the treated area. It's typically used to address concerns such as fine lines, wrinkles, dark circles, and overall skin texture under the eyes.


The procedure can help improve the appearance of the undereye area by:


1. **Reducing Fine Lines and Wrinkles:** The increased collagen and elastin production can lead to smoother and firmer skin, minimizing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.


2. **Enhancing Skin Texture:** Microneedling can improve the overall texture of the skin by promoting skin cell turnover and encouraging the growth of healthier skin.


3. **Reducing Dark Circles:** While undereye dark circles are often caused by factors like genetics, lack of sleep, and pigmentation, microneedling may help improve blood circulation and collagen production, which can contribute to a more even-toned appearance.

Essential Elements:

  1. Serum Application: A soothing serum or growth factor solution may be applied to the treated area. These serums can enhance the healing process and promote collagen production.

  2. Recovery and Aftercare: After the procedure, the skin may appear slightly red and swollen, similar to a mild sunburn. It's important to follow any aftercare instructions provided by the professional, which may include avoiding sun exposure, using gentle skincare products, and staying hydrated.

Benefits of under-eye microneedling can include:

  • Reduction in the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

  • Improvement in skin texture and elasticity.

  • Diminished puffiness and dark circles.

  • Enhanced absorption of topical skincare products.

  • Overall rejuvenation of the under-eye area.


Results can vary depending on individual skin conditions, and multiple sessions may be recommended for optimal results. If you're interested in undergoing under-eye microneedling, it's advisable to consult with a dermatologist or licensed skincare practitioner to determine if the procedure is suitable for you and to receive personalized guidance based on your specific needs.

It's important to note that undereye skin is delicate, so this procedure should be performed by a trained professional to minimize the risk of complications. Typically, a series of treatments may be recommended for optimal results. Consult with a dermatologist or a qualified medical aesthetician to determine if undereye microneedling is suitable for your skin concerns and needs.

Who is Undereye Camouflage For?

Under-eye microneedling can be a suitable option for individuals who are looking to improve the appearance of their under-eye area, address concerns such as fine lines, wrinkles, puffiness, and dark circles, and have realistic expectations about the potential outcomes of the procedure. However, not everyone may be an ideal candidate for under-eye microneedling. Here are some factors that can help determine if you're a suitable candidate:

  1. Skin Concerns: Under-eye microneedling is most effective for addressing fine lines, wrinkles, texture irregularities, and mild to moderate signs of aging around the eyes. If you have specific concerns related to the under-eye area, such as puffiness, dark circles, or skin laxity, microneedling could potentially help.

  2. Skin Type and Color: Under-eye skin is delicate and thin, which can make it more sensitive to treatments. Candidates with lighter skin tones may respond better to microneedling, as there's a lower risk of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation. People with darker skin tones should consult with a professional experienced in treating their skin type to minimize the risk of adverse effects.

  3. Health Status: Candidates should be in good overall health and not have any active skin infections or conditions in the treatment area. Certain health conditions or medications might affect the body's ability to heal and may impact the suitability of the procedure.

  4. Realistic Expectations: It's important for candidates to have reasonable expectations about the results of under-eye microneedling. While the procedure can yield improvements, it may not completely eliminate all concerns or achieve the same results as more invasive treatments like surgery.

  5. Medical History: Candidates should provide their medical history to the practitioner, including any allergies, previous cosmetic treatments, and medical conditions. This information will help the practitioner determine if microneedling is safe and appropriate.

  6. Pregnancy and Breastfeeding: Pregnant or breastfeeding individuals are typically advised to avoid elective cosmetic procedures, including microneedling, until after they have completed this period.

  7. Consultation: A consultation with a qualified dermatologist or skincare professional is essential to determine if under-eye microneedling is a suitable option for your individual needs. During the consultation, the practitioner will assess your skin, discuss your goals, and provide personalized recommendations.

It's worth noting that while under-eye microneedling can offer benefits, the results can vary from person to person. Additionally, the procedure may require multiple sessions to achieve the desired outcome. To ensure your safety and the best possible results, seek treatment from a licensed and experienced professional who can tailor the procedure to your unique needs and characteristics.


Cost $275

Booking Fee $100

*$50 Consulation may be required

Booking Fee and Procedure: If you are determined to be a suitable candidate for the procedure during your consultation, the $50 consultation fee will be credited toward your $100 non-refundable booking fee. The booking fee for the procedure is then totaled at $50, due within 48 hours of scheduling to reserve your appointment date and time.

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