Under Eye Injectable Treatments

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The following treatments all stimulate collagen in the skin to improve skin texture and elasticity; they can also improve dark circles and hollows.

Polynucleotide Treatments

Polynucleotide treatments ( PN) are now the most popular under-eye treatment available. They provide more subtle and natural results compared to tear trough fillers, which can sometimes lead to overfilling or an unnatural appearance. By enhancing the body’s natural collagen production, PN treatments can yield more subtle and gradual improvements that blend seamlessly with the surrounding skin. A range of Polynucleotide treatments are available, some of which are specifically for the eye area.

nucleofill CheshireNucleofill Soft Eyes treatment has been around since 2021 in the UK.

Active ingredients: Polynucleotides ( the building blocks of DNA).

Nucleofill under-eye treatment is an alternative to tear trough filler to help under-eye volume loss; it also decreases lower eyelid puffiness, fine lines and wrinkles.

💉💉  It involves multiple injections into the skin with a needle or cannula.

Side effects include bruising and swelling, which usually go after a few days.

The treatment stimulates fibroblasts to create collagen and elastin; it also stimulates hydration and also has an antioxidant effect.

Most people require three treatments two weeks apart.

To maintain results, you will need another single treatment every three to six months. (Frequency depends on your response to treatment.)

This treatment is performed by Dr Kyra Drinnan and Aesthetic Nurse Moira Grobicki.

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Made from Polynucleotides.

Shown to improve skin quality, restore radiance and freshness, promote bio-regeneration, and reduce wrinkles and skin laxity.

Most people require three to four treatments two to three weeks apart.

You will need another treatment every three to six months to maintain results. (Frequency depends on your response to treatment.)

Dr Teri Johnson performs this treatment.

Light Eyes Ultra

light eyes ultra CheshireLight Eyes Ultra has been around in the UK since 2020.

It contains a cocktail of hyaluronic acid, antioxidants, and botanical extracts formulated for the delicate eye area.

💉💉   The treatment involves multiple injections with a very fine needle tip.

Side effects include minimal swelling, redness and bruising, which usually subside over a few days.

It helps to brighten, firm, and refresh the area around the eyes.

This treatment is most suited for under-eye dark circles.

Most people require four treatments, two weeks apart.

This treatment is performed by Aesthetic Nurse Moira Grobicki and Dr Kyra Drinnan.


sunekos CheshireSunekos has been around since 2020.

Active ingredients:  Hyaluronic acid and Amino Acids.

💉💉💉💉It involves multiple injection points.

It involves injecting two different products; one is for deep hydration, and the other goes more superficially into the skin.

Sunekos stimulates the fibroblasts in the skin to produce collagen and elastin.

It is particularly effective in the Periocular eye area to reduce fine lines, dark circles and bags.

Most people require four treatments, 7-12 days apart.

You will require a maintenance treatment every 3-6 months to maintain results.

Sunekos is performed by Aesthetic Nurse Moira Grobicki.

Tear Trough Fillers

Tear Trough rejuvenation is a non-surgical aesthetic treatment using Dermal Fillers.

The Dermal Filler contains hyaluronic acid.

💉💉The treatment involves a sequence of injections with a needle or a cannula. Injections are generally deep on the bone at the base of the tear trough to lift the soft tissue and skin under the eye area.

The recovery time is quick, but patients can expect mild swelling for a few days to a few weeks.
Mild bruising is common after filler treatment of the tear trough.

For best results, you may require two or possibly three gentle, subtle treatments to improve the area slowly. This will reduce the risk of a puffy, overfilled appearance commonly seen with tear trough fillers.

Tear trough fillers are a high-risk procedure, and many people are not suitable for this treatment.

A consultation with one of our medical team is important before considering this treatment. Find out more about tear trough fillers here.

This treatment is performed by Dr Kyra Drinnan, Dr Teri Johnson and Aesthetic Nurse Moira Grobicki.

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

PRP is a natural skin rejuvenating treatment using platelets from your blood.

When activated, platelets secrete and release at least seven different growth factors, which enhance the natural healing processes.

💉💉💉The treatment involves multiple injections with a fine needle.

PRP can treat all the layers of the skin, superficial and deep.

The treatment works well under the eyes; it stimulates collagen growth, improves the blood supply to the tissues and can greatly improve skin tone and texture. It also reduces fine lines and wrinkles.

Most people require three or four treatments, one month apart.

Aesthetic Nurse Moira Grobicki performs PRP.